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March 5, 2012

Nikon’s D4 Is Not Troubled by Your Low-Light Scenes

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Nikon’s D4, the sequel to the D3s and basically the most badass camera you can buy, is not troubled by the darkness. It loves the darkness. It thrives in the darkness. So our buddy Dan Bracaglia over at Popular Photography took it down into a dank New Jersey basement to shoot some harshly-lit live music–these are conditions that, if shot with other cameras, would produce photos as noisy as the music itself. But the D4 handled it like a champ. Check out the full gallery over at Pop Photo to see just how scary-good this camera really is.

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Star Trek-style tractor beam uses a laser to move objects 100 times further … – Mirror.co.uk

Laser physicists at the Australian National University have built a tractor beam using a laser that can repel and attract objects – much like the one on the Star Trek Enterprise, but at a much smaller scale. In the sci-fi...
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