Archive for the ‘DSLR’ Category
Despite those natural disasters that seriously affected Nikon Corporation, the year of 2012 has been a very good year for Nikon. With five DSLRs, three on full frame camp (D4, D800 and D600) and two on DX camp (D3200 and D5200) Nikon challenged very seriously his fans and at least the request for D800 was …Read More
One of the most expected camera from Nikon is D400. More than five years ago they launched D300 as a DX brother of the next year FX camera D700. The two bodies were almost identical – the major difference consisting in the enclosed sensor.
The question that arise almost every day on forums is regarding a …
Mistake, joke (isn’t yet 1st of April…) or intentional error? The reputable B&H photographic equipment dealer is showing at this time a Canon D4 Digital SLR Camera with the picture, price and description of the Nikon flagship FX camera: Nikon D4. You can see it following this link, but just in case this “mistake” will …Read More
A very interesting Nikon D800 preview did Ellis Vener for Professional Photographer Magazine. You can read it at his blog.
Another interesting preview on dpreview website.
But the most complete preview I found on Mansurovs blog.
Later Edit: An even more comprehensive review you can read on Rob Galbraith blog.
Definitely Nikon D800 is coming! In a couple of days everyone is expecting the official announcement. If this will not happen at the well rumored predicted day it will happen soon. What I see is that the expectation has been built very well and the lack of any official information creates a huge pressure on …Read More
Finally Nikon D300, Nikon D700 and Nikon D90 are officially discontinued. See here on Nikon website. This is a very strong sign that the release of Nikon D400 and Nikon D800 is at the door. It is the time… D300 has been launched back in 2007 and D700 in 2008.
Regarding D800 there are a lot …
According TechRadar, at CES 2012, Nikon Europe’s Lars Pettersson explained that the manufacturer had two targets for the new sensor, the first of these being to boost pixel count to allow greater scope for cropping. However, the company also wanted to increase the signal to noise ratio so that the D4′s images would be cleaner …Read More
The first camera release after the tragedy in Japan, Nikon D5100 is like a digital tsunami! Empowered by the same powerful sensor already equipping D7000, D5100 is a camera targeting photography enthusiasts and includes some new or improved features like: horizontal swing out, vari-angle monitor for better viewing, full-HD movie recording function and simple, orthodox …Read More
I have no any magic connection with Nikon Corporation, nor with wikileaks :lol: even not with Nikon Rumors… I’m not Nostradamus as well and I do not use a globe of crystal to predict the future. But looking at the last trends I think that we can see the direction where Nikon is going with …Read More
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One of the most appraised bodies from Nikon lineup is ready to delivery and according some reports it already was delivered to some people who preordered it. Also the D7000 User’s Manual is ready for download on Nikon website. You can pick your copy here.Read More
Many people expected that at Photokina Nikon will announce a successor of its popular FX camera D700. Surprisingly at least by now in 2010 Nikon did not launch any FX body. Now on Nikon Rumors website there are talking about the probably launch of a Nikon D800 in 2011 with 24MP sensor, new AF system, …Read More
Photokina is the event that concentrated for a while the attention of gear loving people across the world and for all Nikon users it launched several new products of interest. The question is if Nikon is moving its line of products into a proper direction or not?
Of course it depends from which perspective you are …