Nikon Z Series: Mount Adapter FTZ

The Mount Adapter FTZ allows you to use your favorite F-mount DSLR NIKKOR lenses on the Z system cameras. Utilize the outstanding performance and resolving power of your approx. 360 NIKKOR F-mount lenses including over 90 NIKKOR lenses that have full AF/AE compatibility. (Full AF/AE supported when using FX or DX AF-S Type G/D/E, AF-P […]

Z 7: The Field Test

Featuring Michelle Valberg There was a word we were hoping to hear, and Michelle Valberg, wildlife and adventure photographer and Nikon Ambassador, Canada, used it pretty early on when we talked to her about her first experiences with the 45.7-megapixel Nikon Z 7. The word was seamless. We’d hoped to hear it because the Z 7 […]

Benefits of Using the AF-ON Button for Autofocus

Featuring Mark Alberhasky, Gary Small & Jay Watson For the purpose of focusing a DSLR camera, pressing the AF-ON button has the same effect as pressing the shutter-release button halfway. To set the camera to use the AF-ON button for focusing, you will need to set a custom function, which can be found in custom settings, under Autofocus. […]

Nikon Photographer Bobby Pall Amazes with Stunning New Book

With images striking for their beauty and the incredible access and trust they represent, photographer Bobby Pall’s new book Vanishing Songs of the Warriors is a stunning documentation of life in remote Kenyan communities. Pall, in partnership with Nikon Kenya, launched the book at an exclusive event held at Village Market on Thursday. Pall’s close […]

Bokeh for Beginners

Featuring Jody Doel, Kristina Kroot, Lindsay Silverman & Paul Van Allen  Bokeh comes from the Japanese word boke (ボケ), which means “blur” or “haze”, or boke-aji, the “blur quality.” Bokeh is pronounced BOH-Kə or BOH-kay. Visit any photography website or forum and you’ll find plenty of folks debating the pleasing bokeh that their favorite fast lenses allow. […]