More rumors have been leaked on the web ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show 2014. The event takes place in January and it seems like multiple new products will be unveiled by Japanese makers. Beside a 35mm f/1.8 lens for FX cameras, it seems like the Nikon D3300 and 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 DX VR II lens are coming at CES 2014.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2014 is less than a month away. It will begin at the end of next year’s first week and will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to the rumor mill, Nikon will participate at the event and will not come empty-handed, as the Japanese company will reveal the new AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G lens.
The amazing Phottix Strato TTL Flash Trigger, which has impressed photographers worldwide, is now available for Nikon users as well. The accessory has been released for Canon cameras earlier this year, while now it has managed to become compatible with Nikon DSLRs with the same features and a similar price tag.
The latest Nikon camera updates have fixed some bugs in the D3200, D3100, D5200, D5100, and Coolpix P7700 shooters. However, users are dissatisfied with the new firmware, as it is allegedly breaking support for third-party batteries. Photographers are claiming that, since installing the updates, they can no longer use cheaper replacement batteries.
After numerous leaks and speculation, the Nikon Df is finally official. The camera is everything the rumor mill has predicted, combining the D4 full frame sensor and the D610’s autofocus system with the design of the company’s classic SLR film shooters. It is the lightest and smallest FX DSLR and dreamers can buy it in the coming weeks.
The rumor mill has managed to reveal even more Nikon DF details ahead of the DSLR’s announcement event, which has been confirmed to take place on November 5. Before tomorrow’s early hours, it has become clear that the camera will be placed between the D610 and D800, therefore its price will sit somewhere between the two.
After numerous leaks and rumors, the rumor mill believes that it has managed to get a hold of the exact launch date of the new Nikon retro-styled full frame camera. According to inside sources, the Nikon DF release date has been set for November 5, just in time for the “Le Salon de la Photo” event taking place in Paris as of November 7.
Nikon has recently introduced the first digital interchangeable lens camera in the world capable of taking photos underwater without the need of a special casing. The AW1 is a tribute to the Nikonos SLRs, but it does not have too many lenses at its disposal. Thankfully, the Nikkor 1 10-100mm f/4-5.6 lens is on the way, rumors say.
D4H will not be the name of the upcoming retro full frame camera from Nikon. The device will be sold as “Nikon DF”, which is an intriguing term. Moreover, some of its specifications and previous rumors have been debunked, with a new set of details being leaked on the web by trusted people familiar with the matter.
Nikon has unveiled a teaser video for the so-called D4H DSLR camera. The retro-styled shooter is rumored to be announced on November 6 alongside a new version of the AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G lens. Both products are teased in a short movie, called “Pure Photography”, which says that something will be in your hands “again”.
A retro Nikon camera has been the main subject of the rumor mill in recent times. It is said to be a DSLR camera that will look like one of the company’s older SLRs: the FM2. Well, not any longer as it is actually designed around the F3 and its official announcement has been scheduled for November 6, which is only two weeks away.
Nikon is supposed to unveiled a hybrid DSLR camera with a full frame sensor in the neighboring future. It appears that the device will be called Nikon D4H and more rumors point to a November 6 launch, while inside sources have revealed plenty of specifications, features, and the exact reason why it is referred to as a “hybrid camera”.
Nikon is rumored to get back to the basics with the help of a new DSLR that will sport a body designed around the old FM2 SLR. As more and more details are being leaked, it appears that the new Nikon DSLR camera will not be capable of recording videos at all. The hybrid shooter is also rumored to be announced on November 6.
Well, well, well, it looks like Nikon is not done with the announcements for 2013. Another camera is rumored to be unveiled within the next three weeks and it will come packed with a nice set of features and an intriguing design. The Nikon full frame hybrid DSLR will look like the FM2 SLR, but will sport D4’s 16-megapixel sensor.
After a recent set of rumors and speculation, the Nikon D5300 has been introduced officially as the D5200 replacement. The new camera brings a lot of exciting features to the table, including some which cannot be found in any other Nikon DSLR. The shooter is expected to become available on the market by the end of this fall.
Nikon 58mm f/1.4G lens is the latest optic from the Japanese manufacturer that suits both FX and DX-format cameras. The new AF-S Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G is a premium prime lens and it is here to pay a tribute to the renowned Noct Nikkor 58mm f/1.2, an optic which provides high image quality in low-light environments.
The first and single Nikon D5300 photo has just showed up online, hours before the camera’s official announcement. Inside sources have also revealed more specs of the DSLR, including the presence of a 24.1-megapixel sensor. Additionally, Nikon should introduce the AF-S Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G lens during the same event.
Earlier this year, Nikon has confirmed that it will focus on low-end and mid-tier DSLRs. Driven by poor sales and the ever fiercer competition, the company must deliver newer entry-level cameras with more powerful features. One of these devices is the Nikon D5300, which is rumored to replace the D5200 at CES 2014 this January.
Nikon has made a blunder out of D600’s launch. The full frame DSLR is affected by multiple issues making its awesome features and affordable price to pale in comparison. The company has decided to fix the problems by launching a new camera, the Nikon D610, which packs similar features and some improved goodies.
In only a few hours Nikon is expected to announce its new D610 full frame DSLR. This shooter will feature only a couple of small improvements from its predecessor, the D600. We have a round-up of rumors of what to expect and not to expect from the announcement.
A Nikon patent application shows the design of a digital camera with interchangeable image sensor. By upgrading the sensor, the camera owner may make it last longer or transform it in a more powerful device. It would also allow for a wide variety of hardware combinations.