Согласно последним слухам, nikon d5s может быть анонсирована в январе 2018 года. Традиционно каждые два года nikon обновляет линейку профессиональных камер (х)d формата fx. Возможно, что новая камера будет объявлена в рамках ces 2018 в январе.
Можно предположить, что nikon изменит сенсор в новинке, и также можно ожидать улучшения в динамическом диапазоне на 1 стоп в расширенном диапазоне iso камеры.
video by @amivitale . a baby elephant takes a splash in the cooling mud at reteti elephant sanctuary (@r.e.s.c.u.e ) in northern kenya. elephants cover themselves in mud as a shield against the harsh sun and the rescued elephants being cared for at reteti are instinctively teaching each other many of these useful skills. read more about reteti in my @natgeo story: https://tinyurl.com/kvopc69
photo by @amivitale . suyian was the first elephant rescued by the reteti elephant sanctuary (@r.e.s.c.u.e ) in northern kenya. reteti is part of the namunyak wildlife conservancy and is the first community-owned and run elephant sanctuary in africa. the matthews range where namunyak is situated is home to africa's second-largest elephant population. community-based wildlife keepers there are working to rehabilitate abandoned and orphaned elephants in order to eventually return them to the nearby wild herds.
in this sense, community based conservation is likely to be the only viable alternative for vast tracts of africa, in the parts beyond agriculture and where big animals and nomadic pastoralists still make their home. this elephant sanctuary is the culmination of a two-decades long process of tipping conservation upon its head, protecting wildlife for, and not just from, people. in that sense the sanctuary is as much about people as it’s about elephants. the elephants and this initiative need your support. you can help by following or donating!
shorty the giraffe loves to give kisses! here he greets wildlife keeper banki at sarara camp (@sararacamp ) on the namunyak wildlife conservancy in northern kenya. shorty, or "fupi" in swahili, will go back to the wild once strong enough to survive on his own. he is a reticulated giraffe, which scientists have recently determined to be one of four distinct species of giraffe. reticulated giraffe number about 8,000 individuals — as a separate species, it makes them some of the most endangered large mammals in the world as the population has dropped an estimated 70 percent in 15 years.... source: @checkoutafrica