It seems like Nikon will make a splash at the Photokina 2014. The Japan-based company is rumored to reveal another product at the world’s biggest digital imaging fair other than a replacement for the Coolpix A. Trusted sources are reporting that a new Nikon full frame DSLR camera is coming to bridge the gap between the D610 and the D810.
Here is a crazy rumor concerning the Photokina 2014. A trusted source is claiming that a Nikon medium format camera is in development and will become official during the world’s largest digital imaging event. It appears that Nikon’s MF camera will feature a Sony 50-megapixel CMOS sensor, which can also be found in other MF cameras.
Previously, we have determined that Nikon has caught up with Canon at major sports events. More and more professionals are using Nikon gear at the Olympics or at the World Cup. However, it seems like the 2014 World Cup has been won by Canon, as 70% of all photographers have used its DSLRs and lenses to cover the event.
The Photokina 2014 is rumored to bring a lot of goodies to digital imaging fans. According to the latest batch of rumors, the Nikon Coolpix A replacement will also be revealed at the world’s largest event of its kind. The current compact camera is rumored to have been discontinued, while the new model is coming this September.
Nikon has just unveiled a new DSLR with a full frame image sensor. The shooter replaces the D800 / D800E duo and it is said to provide amazing image quality. Here is a complete and detailed Nikon D810 showcase, which consists of numerous sample photos and videos captured with the latest addition to the Nikon DSLR camera series.
The big day is finally here for Nikon fans! The Japan-based company has officially introduced the Nikon D810, a DSLR camera that is an evolution of the D800 and D800E. It comes with a new image sensor, that still consists of 36.3 megapixels, as well as multiple enhancements that photographers will certainly love.
The Nikon D810 is the company’s most recent DSLR camera. The shooter will serve as a replacement for both the D800 and D800E, two devices which are roughly two years old. For those of you who are curious to find out everything that has changed, here is a complete Nikon D810 vs D800/D800E comparison sheet!
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The Nikon D810 announcement date is getting closer and closer. Highly-trusted sources have reiterated the fact that the Japan-based company will unveil the replacement for both the D800 and D800E cameras on June 26. The new DSLR will feature big-megapixel full frame sensor, similar to its predecessors, and many other great specs.
In the wake of a new product launch event, inside sources have leaked more More Nikon D810 specs and details. The DSLR camera is replacing the company’s DSLR cameras with the highest megapixel count: D800 and D800E. The replacement of the D800/D800E duo is dropping on June 26, so read on to find out what it will offer!
Are you a Canon or a Nikon fan? These are the most popular companies among photographers. Moreover, professionals love them, too. The Canon vs Nikon war is waging everywhere you look, including at major sports events, such as the Olympics and the World Cup. Which one is more popular? Read on to find out!
For a long time, the Nikon D800 and D800E DSLRs have been rumored to be replaced by a camera called “D800s”. However, trusted sources are back with more details and it seems like the upcoming shooter will be called Nikon D810. This is similar to the naming scheme of the D600 series, as the DSLR has been substituted by the D610 in 2013.
Almost five years have passed since Nikon has introduced the D300s, the flagship DX-format DSLR camera. All good things come to an end so the Nikon D300s has just been discontinued officially. The DSLR has been moved to the “archived” camera list, paving the way for a replacement, which is rumored to be called Nikon D9300.
Nikon is rumored to hold a product launch event on June 26. According to highly-trusted inside sources, this is the date when the Nikon D800 / D800E successor becomes official. The DSLR camera will be called D800s and will feature a big-megapixel full frame image sensor as well as the ability to capture “RAW S” photos.
Nikon is rumored to have begun sending invitations to special events, taking place in multiple countries, that will include the launch of a new product. According to inside sources, it is time to wave goodbye to the D800 and D800E, as the Nikon D800s camera will take their place with new specs and plenty of notable improvements soon.
Nikon is rumored to replace five of its Nikkor telephoto lenses within the next two years. The 200mm, 300mm, 500mm, 600mm, and 200-400mm are the designated models and it seems like all new high-end Nikon telephoto lenses will feature fluorine coating, just like the 400mm f/2.8E FL ED VR and 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lenses.
Nikon is rumored to hold a product launch event in the near future, most likely by the end of the month. A new Nikon Coolpix compact camera is said to be the epicenter of the event. However, inside sources are not ruling out the fact that the Nikon D800s DSLR camera could actually take this role and replace both the D800 and D800E.
Nikon has recently posted the Q&A session regarding the financial results for the year ending March 31, 2014. Among the answers, the Japan-based company has also provided a reaction to the notorious Nikon D600 issues. According to the manufacturer, almost $18 million have been pledged to service faulty D600 units.
Nikon 10-145mm f/4-5.6 lens patent has been discovered in Japan. It describes a superzoom optic aimed at cameras with 1-inch-type image sensors. However, this does not necessarily translate to 1-series mirrorless shooters, as Nikon may be working on a high-end compact camera to compete against the Sony RX100 III and Fuji X30.
Nikon is rumored to switch the birth place of the D800 series. According to inside sources, the Nikon D800s DSLR camera will be made in Thailand, whereas its predecessors, both the D800 and D800E, have been manufactured in Japan. Either way, the launch date of the shooter has been scheduled for late June 2014.
Nikon D4s is the flagship FX-format camera. It was launched earlier in 2014 along with a surprise. The DSLR is now offering a Nikon RAW S file size option. This is a first for the company’s cameras and a lot of photographers have been wondering what this sRAW option stands for and what it does. Well, this article provides all the answers!