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Nikon DSLR teaser campaign: new camera on March 8th?

Nikon DSLR teaser campaign: new camera on March 8th?

It's been a while since we've had a good digital camera teaser campaign, and so we're glad to see Nikon apparently jumping in to deliver just that.  Various French camera sites are reporting receiving glossy cards through the post, with a number on one side and some French text ("I am..." and "I am fun" so far) on the reverse; there's no mention of Nikon, but the colors match the company's color-scheme and the recipients are believed to be all Nikon users.

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Nikon D400 prediction gone mad : 24mp with touchscreen LCD

Nikon D400 prediction gone mad : 24mp with touchscreen LCD

We know the Nikon DSLR D400 is coming, there’s no leak more credible than a guide book dropping on Amazon: we’ve seen it happen with the Canon 5D sequel before, and both the book and camera made it to the shelf. However so far there aren’t any technical details of the D400 about. A Chinese site is suggesting the upcoming Nikon would be another bold move, just how Nikon surprised us with the D700: a shrunken D3x with 24mp but a touchscreen display. Is it even possible?

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Nikon got Black Dots problem too, claimed on a firmware fixes

Nikon got Black Dots problem too, claimed on a firmware fixes

What do you know? With all the complaints on 5D Mark II’s black-dot glitches ( we reported a hands-on firmware fix) , no ones seems to notice there are similar occurrences on Nikon lineup as well, not until the manufacturer pointed it out on a recent firmware fixes. According to Nikon, in an extremely rare occasion, images taken in a long exposure from D3 and D700 may exhibit black dots if the Noise Reduction feature was on.

“- An issue that, in extremely rare cases, resulted in noticeable black dots in images captured with Long exp. NR in the shooting menu set to On has been resolved.”

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CBS ‘Amazing Race’ host confesses to being tech nerd

CBS ‘Amazing Race’ host confesses to being tech nerd

If you ever watch broadcast TV, you may see a lot of super intelligent people on there, but when it comes to technology everyone seems to either be legitimately dumb or pretending to be dumb because they think the rest of the country is technologically deficient. So when we found out that CBS host Phil Keoghan is a real gearhead, we thought maybe there is some hope for network TV after all.

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“Big Two” continue to stomp Digital SLR market in Japan

“Big Two” continue to stomp Digital SLR market in Japan

BCN Japan took stock of the 20 best-seller DSLR in Japanese market for the year of 2008. According to the data, which accounted for 93.3% overall DSLR sale in that region; the “Big Two” held its spots, continue to dominate the cutthroat DSLR market despite threaten by the new Four-Third Standard from Olympus and Panasonic, as well as the increasingly popular Sony Alpha.

20 best seller list after the cut

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The Best of CES 2012

The Best of CES 2012

Welcome to our massive "best-of" wrap-up for CES 2012, complete with everything from smartphones to PCs and headphones and back, topped off with our own "most used gear" section for the curious. What you'll find is that though there were more exhibitors, attendees, and media attention payed to the show than ever before, the overall result was a lot of the same gear re-hashed with a few new specifications. Pay special close attention to the conclusion of this post for a bit of a whopper if you're a big fan of the largest show of the year here in the United States.

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Digital Foci 8-inch SVGA Digital Photo Art Book supports Camera RAW

Digital Foci 8-inch SVGA Digital Photo Art Book supports Camera RAW

Digital Foci has dressed up a portable multimedia player with a soft leader case and a built-in battery, as a contemporary digital portfolio art book, and readied to showcase at the upcoming PMA 2009. Dubbed “PBK-080 “, the Photo Book features a 8-inch 4:3 SVGA LCD, built-in speakers and a large 4GB built-in memory, along with a host of multimedia card readers to support music, video and digital still image playbacks.

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