Tilt-shift photography is pretty popular right now, mostly because it's very easy to fake with some artful blurring through Instagram (or just about any other app). If you want the real deal, however, you'll generally have to buy an expensive tilt-shift lens. Now there's a swell alternative.
Point-of-view camera footage where video is shot directly from the photographer's perspective as he or she snaps a photo is nothing new. In fact, it was popularized over a decade ago in the powerful documentary film "War Photographer," about James Nachtwey, long before helmet-mounted GoPro cameras even existed. When it's done well though, it can still be pretty gripping stuff.
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It's only been a year or so since we last reported on Nikon's having passed a landmark 70 million Nikkor lenses produced, but the company has already reached another impressive threshold. In the 13 months since the company's 70 millionth Nikkor lens left the production line, Nikon's factories have turned out a staggering 10 million more optics, between the Nikon F and 1-mounts.