Tag Archives: nikon


Welcome to The Magic in Pixels!

{jcomments off} It’s finally here and LONG overdue.  TMIP 3.0 features not only a slick new look and lots of little bells and whistles under the hood, it is also running on the most up […]


B&H Point and Shoot Digital Camera Roundup

B&H PHOTO’S POINT AND SHOOT DIGITAL CAMERA ROUNDUP By Tim Devine       Not every member at The Magic in Pixels uses digital SLR cameras.  In fact, earlier this year I purchased a Canon […]


Digital Camera Crop Factor Explained

We here at The Magic in Pixels speak a lot of the “lens magnification factor” or “crop factor” or “zoom equivalent”.  All three terms mean roughly the same thing, but what the heck does it […]


Which Digital SLR Should I Choose?

Roger Longenbach and Craig Bendele Are you just beginning in digital photography?  Or, are you ready to take the next step? If you’re just starting out, but are willing to give the digital SLR a […]


Night Portrait Mode

Editor’s preface:  Craig uses a Nikon camera; other cameras have slightly different settings and menu choices.    “Smile, stand still, don’t move even after the flash goes off.”  These are the words you usually hear […]


Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X 116 Pro DX Lens

I recently rented the Tokina 11-16 lens for Nikon and Canon 1.6 (crop factor) or DX cameras.  I spent 10 days at Walt Disney World using this lens, so you should consider this review fairly informal.  […]