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The subscription boxes and the reCAPTCHA graphic is now positioned on the right hand side of the website. This means that the menu has been pushed down to accommodate the location change of the subscription registration section. Hopefully the re-positioning of the content menu will not cause readers any difficulty.
We hope readers will understand the need for this added security and that you will not find the graphic changes too distracting.
I had a reader contact me this week, asking if I had any more information stemming from a meeting I (supposedly) had with Nikon executives at their headquarters, and their ‘hint’ regarding the potential of a 1.8X crop sensor mirrorless camera being developed. Continue reading Clarification on Attributed Comments
Our friends at Mirrorlessons.com have announced my Nikon 1 eBook, The Little Camera That Could, by way of a short article that I wrote for the website. Continue reading Nikon 1 eBook Announced on Mirrorlessons.com
Over the past number of months I’ve been contacted a few times directly by companies offering me some kind of compensation to test their products and write corresponding articles. I have turned down all of these solicitations and will continue to do so in the future. Continue reading Paid Mentions of Companies and Products
To align my other website with my current business priorities, www.tomstirr.com has been updated with more emphasis on my business posters and upcoming e-book publications. Continue reading www.tomstirr.com Poster and E-Book Website Updated
The folks at Amplis Canada advised us earlier today that the 5% Amplis Discount Promotion Code for Canadian readers had become corrupted and was not working on the Amplis Canada website. The code has now been replaced and I have updated all of the article links and put the new code number in each article. Our sincere apologies to all Canadian readers if you recently tried to use the 5% Amplis Discount Promotion Code without success. Continue reading 5% Amplis Discount Promotion Code for Canadian Readers Replaced
A quick ‘thank you’ to one of our readers, Jack Pearson, for sending me a link to an interesting article which compared image quality between Sony full frame and 1″ sensor cameras.
This is a quick ‘Thank You’ to Nikon Canada for featuring some of my recent Cormorant articles on their Facebook page, and on Twitter. Continue reading Cormorant articles featured by Nikon Canada