Nikon’s newest Nikon 1 system lens, the 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2, is a fast medium-telephoto lens with a fixed focal length of 32mm and a maximum aperture of f/1.2. It's the fastest lens in the 1 Nikkor lineup
Contrary to popular belief, traditional digital cameras are not on the verge of extinction. Though it’s true that smartphone cams continue evolving and progressing at an unbelievable pace and also, smart cameras seem to be unexpectedly catching on. And yet how could anyone think there’s not enough place for everyone in the tech world
It was only about three weeks ago that we saw Nikon unveiling six new digital cameras and now it’s time to welcome a new shooter from the company. However, this one is less for occasional photographers and more for people who snap photos for a living. More precisely, we’re dealing with a brand new DSLR
What are the first few names that come to mind when talking about digital camera manufacturers? Nikon, Fujifilm, Canon, maybe Sony, maybe Panasonic, right? How about Olympus? Well, they’re probably not in anyone’s top three at the moment, but if you think about it you’ll remember seeing plenty of good-looking cams from the Japanese company and then not seeing them for no apparent reason.
Nikon’s Coolpix series of digital compact cameras has always included lots of models to fit different user needs and to mold on every budget out there, but you can never have too many choices. Or can you? Well, that’s for you to decide, because the Coolpix line now includes six brand new point and shoot and superzoom cams.
Nikon was quiet at this year's CES, announcing just the J3 and S1 interchangeable cameras, but apparently it was just biding its time: the company's now announced seven new Coolpix cameras, essentially overhauling its point-and-shoot lineup in one fell swoop. At the top of the lineup is the new Coolpix P520 (the successor to the P510, which will still be sold), which offers a ridiculous 42x zoom, plus an 18-megapixel sensor and a 3.2-inch tilting LCD. The $449.95 camera also comes with GPS built in, plus support for Nikon's WU-1a Wi-Fi adapter.
We’ve created a snapshot of products that will be
prominently displayed on the PMA@CES show floor at the Las Vegas Hilton this year. Imagine, no annoying bus rides back and forth from the Sands.
Amazon.com's Cyber Monday sales will launch at minding on Sunday, Nov. 25th. The Cyber Monday Deals Store will offer thousands of limited-time Lightning and daily deals throughhout the week, with some items eligible for free Super Saver, and Prime two-day shipping.
For years now, camera makers have slapped "Wi-Fi compatible" labels on digital cameras to try to convince consumers that they can easily access the Web and share photos from these devices. Technically, this is true. But they're often much more clunky or complicated than advertised, especially compared to the photo-sharing experience you can get with a smartphone.
Nikon has introduced a digital camera that's meant to grab the attention of photo-happy smartphone owners and offer the best of both worlds: High-quality photos with easy sharing. The Nikon Coolpix S800c is a sleek
Like clockwork, at the end of summer and as fall begins, most camera manufacturers announce their new products. It coincides with Photokina, the world's biggest and most important photography trade show and the upcoming holiday shopping season.
And what's more, it looks like we are gearing up for another Nikon vs. Canon battle with their new full-frame, small-profile, video-ready DSLR offerings: the Nikon D600 with a 24.3 megapixel FX - CMOS sensor and the Canon EOS 6D featuring 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor.