Nikon D800s is once again in the limelight of the rumor mill. According to sources familiar with the matter, the D800/D800E replacement will actually be announced towards the end of June 2014. Additionally, a more detailed specifications list has showed up on the web, revealing interesting information about the upcoming DSLR camera.
As expected by the rumor mill, Nikon has launched a new mirrorless camera to replace the 1 S1. The short legacy of this entry-level shooter will be carried over by the Nikon 1 S2, a device that features improved sensor, image processor, autofocus system, and many other tricks that could appeal to beginner photographers.
After introducing the 1 S2 mirrorless camera, Nikon has also launched the new AF-S Nikkor 400mm f/2.8E FL ED VR lens and the AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E III. The Nikon 400mm f/2.8E FL ED VR lens replaces an existing lens with improved optical quality, but a higher price tag, while the teleconverter extends a lens’ focal length by 1.4x.
Nikon is rumored to hold a product launch event by the end of this week in order to announce a camera as well as a lens. According to inside sources, a new Nikon 400mm f/2.8 SWM lens version will be revealed soon. The optic will be joined by the already-rumored Nikon 1 S2, a mirrorless camera with an alleged 14.2-megapixel sensor.
After some initial rumors about the Nikon 1 S2 launch date, it seems like the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera has finally received an exact announcement date. According to the rumor mill, the camera’s launch event will take place on May 15, while other products are said to be unveiled during the same show.
Nikon has revealed two mirrorless cameras at the CES 2013: the 1 J3 and the 1 S1. A replacement for the former has been launched in April 2014, while a successor for the latter is nowhere to be seen. According to inside sources, the Nikon 1 S2 mirrorless camera is in the works and will be announced sometime by the end of May 2014.
Nikon is rumored to reveal a plethora of new cameras by the end of 2014. One of them is the Nikon D7200, a DSLR that will serve as a D7100 replacement. Inside sources are claiming that the device will become official this summer. Meanwhile, the company is also working on other cameras, such as the D800s, D9300, and D2300.
The rumors and speculation are now over as Nikon has finally introduced the Nikon 1 J4 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. The company advertises this device as a high-speed camera with a hybrid 171-point autofocus system and the ability to record 120fps slow-motion movies using its 18.4-megapixel image sensor.
Nikon continues the legacy of the world’s first digital camera powered by the Android operating system with the introduction of the Nikon Coolpix S810c. The new compact camera takes the place of the Coolpix S800c with 16-megapixel BSI-CMOS sensor, 12x optical zoom, lens, a larger touchscreen on the back, and many other features.
Nikon has announced a new 18-300mm lens without a depth of field scale and one thirds of a stop darker at the telephoto end. The new AF-S DX Nikkor 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR lens does trump the current version in one area: size. It is lighter and more compact, while its other advantage is the price, which has shed about $100.
The first Nikon 1 J4 photo has just been leaked on the web, following weeks of rumor and speculation. Inside sources have also revealed more specs of the upcoming mirrorless camera. Additionally, the first image of the Nikkor AF-S DX 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR lens has showed up online, too, ahead of its announcement.
A lot of announcements are expected to occur in May. To the list we can add the Nikon Coolpix P700, a bridge camera that will serve as a replacement for the Nikon Coolpix P600. This device has just had its specs leaked on the web and it promises to offer a staggering 35mm focal length equivalent of 2000mm at the telephoto end.
The Nikon D300s will soon celebrate its fifth birthday. Numerous voices are claiming that the time has come for the flagship DX-format DSLR camera to retire and leave room for a successor. Well, the rumor mill is claiming that a Nikon D9300 is in development and is being prepared to be announced as the Nikon D300s replacement.
Nikon is readying a replacement for the 1 J3 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. In the meantime, the first Nikon 1 J4 specs have been leaked on the web, hinting that the camera will sport a touchscreen on the back. Moreover, some details about a Nikkor 18-300mm lens for DX-format DSLRs have also showed up online.
Nikon has been selling a 135mm f/2D lens without an internal autofocus motor for quite some time. It is arguable that a replacement should be introduced soon. It seems like we may be on the verge of seeing such a lens as the first photo of the Nikon AF-S 135mm f/2G lens has showed up online.
Nikon has issued a new product service announcement, revealing that it is offering a free D600 replacement camera for photographers who are still troubled by dust accumulation issues even after servicing their DSLRs. The company will also pay for the shipping costs and if the D600 is out of stock, it will offer an “equivalent model”.
After revealing some information about a possible evolution of the Nikon D800/D800E series, the rumor mill is back with the first set of the Nikon D800s specs. The upcoming DSLR camera could be announced at the Photokina 2014 along with an improved autofocus system and low-light capabilities among other enhancements.
Canon has officially introduced its first industrial DSLR camera and it features a monochromatic 15-megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS sensor offering low noise and high contrast. However, the company’s announcement consists of a big and weird surprise: the new Canon M15P-CL camera only supports Nikon F-mount lenses.
France-based company DxO Labs has announced that the DxO Optics Pro 9.1.4 update has been released for download. The software now supports four more cameras, including the high-profile Nikon D4s. Sony, Nikon, and GoPro. The users also have reasons for joy as three other shooters are supported in the program’s latest version.
Nikon has recently updated its mirrorless camera line-up with the launch of the 1 V3. According to inside sources, the Japanese company is working on a new 1-series shooter which will become official very soon. The device in question is the Nikon 1 J4 that will serve as a replacement for the middle-entry Nikon 1 J3.
The Nikon D4s has been launched very recently. However, enough time has passed allowing users to discover some problems when using Lexar 400x and 1000x CF cards. The FX-format camera displays an error message when adding such cards and now Nikon has come forth to clarify the situation, blaming Lexar for its faulty cards.