Ep. 167: What the Heck Is up With the Nikon D7500 Frankencamera?!!! – and more

Episode 167 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer and B&H Photography Podcast host, Allan Weitz

In This Episode

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Photographer and B&H Photography Podcast host, Allan Weitz opens the show. Thanks Allan!

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Nikon introduces its D7500 with D500 image quality, but removes a number of features making it a bonafide Frankencamera in my opinion. (#)

Rumors of a Canon 85mm f/1.4L lens coming in the summer of 2017, but how will it stack up to Sigma’s and at what price? (#)

Tech journalist Leo Laporte predicts that Apple will stop making computers not long from now.  Is his crystal ball clear or cloudy? (#)

1993 New York City in HD is a surreal look back in a quality we’re not used to seeing from that era. If you could view any time period in HD…what would it be? (#)

Giveaway: Gaffer Power gaffer tape mega giveaway on Instagram (@LensShark)

Outtake

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