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D4 'Why' behind-the-scenes video posted  
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 | by Eamon Hickey
Photographer and videographer Corey Rich has posted a behind-the-scenes video that chronicles the making of the Nikon D4 promotional video, "Why", which was the subject of an Adweek article that we noted in January.

The new 11-minute making-of video is called "How of Why". It includes interesting snippets of footage of some of the gear and techniques used to make "Why", which included a remote control helicopter, elaborate rigging setups, a triple redundant backup system, and a ton of Nikon cameras and lenses.

"How of Why" was also shot with Nikon cameras, including the D4, the D7000, and the P300.

Behind the Scenes: How of Why (Video courtesy of Corey Rich)

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  • Nikon posts user guide for Wireless Transmitter WT-5 (March 31, 2012)
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