First of Duncan’s two-part article reviewing Nikon’s sports pro range is published in Photo Pro magazine.
October 2010. Whilst shooting The Wimbledon Tennis Championships 2010 Duncan used the very lastest Nikon pro sports equipment including Nikon D3S, D3X, 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII, 200mm F/2.0, 300mm f/2.8 VRII, 400mm f/2.8, 600mm f/4.0, 1.4TC, 2.0 TCIII, and (believe it or not!), a Hasselblad with a variety of lenses.
The first part of his comprehensive review article has been published in the November edition of Photo Pro magazine. You can download a free copy of the article from here. An electronic version of the entire magazine can be purchased for £2.50 from here. The second part will be published in December’s issue (available 4 November) and will include a review of the Hasselblad as well as the various accessories that Duncan used.
Duncan has created a micro-site to accompany the article. From here, readers can download sample images in order to compare the image quality produced by the various lenses.
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