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Nikon KeyMission 360 action cam and more delayed

Nikon KeyMission 360 action cam and more delayed

During CES 2016, Nikon took the wraps off its own action camera, the KeyMission 360. The model promises to be an exciting addition to the action camera market, and it was supposed to launch this spring just in time for your summer adventures. Unfortunately, earthquakes that happened recently in Japan have impacted Nikon pretty significantly, and as such it has had to delay several planned camera launches, including the KeyMission.

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Take your DSLR underwater with Polaroid’s housing cases

Take your DSLR underwater with Polaroid’s housing cases

The idea of taking underwater photographs with a quality camera can be exciting, what with the beautiful things you might see and be able to capture. On the other hand, an expensive DSLR camera is probably one of the last things anyone wants to take near water, let alone under it. That's where Polaroid wants to help adventurous shutterbugs, with their waterproof housing cases that can withstand submersion up to 130 feet.

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Nikon Long-Zoom COOLPIX cameras make short work of long shots

Nikon Long-Zoom COOLPIX cameras make short work of long shots

Taking regular shots, up close and personal, might be no problem even for smartphone cameras. But when it comes to looking afar, you'll definitely need a better shooter. That's were Nikon's COOLPIX line of compact digital cameras comes in. Its latest trio, under the heading of "long-zoom", are advertised to excel there quite nicely. With zoom levels of 35x, 40x, and 60x, the COOLPIX A900, B500, and B700 will bring any subject to life, near, far, or wherever they are. Plus, Nikon's SnapBridge also makes it easier to share those photos and videos with your smartphone and your friends.

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Nikon has video samples of its KeyMission 360 camera

Nikon has video samples of its KeyMission 360 camera

With virtual reality headsets on the rise, so too are the cameras that capture content for the device. We've seen a wide variety of them already, especially at CES 2016 last week, ranging from the insanely expensive to the insanely composed of 12 expensive smartphones. Traditional camera makers, who have just embraced digital cameras a few years back, are now trying to also embrace this new digital frontier. Nikon's KeyMission 360 is one of those, although it looks more like a regular action cam than a VR one.

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Nikon D500 is first camera with SnapBridge

Nikon D500 is first camera with SnapBridge

Nikon has announced the D500 DSLR, a hotly anticipated camera sporting a 20.9MP sensor and the same 153 auto focus points as the D5. As well, the D500 features Nikon’s new Expeed 5 image processing engine (likewise found in the D5) and Ultra HD video recording. The Nikon D500 is particularly notable, however, for being the first among Nikon’s products to offer SnapBridge, a constant connection to mobile devices over Bluetooth.

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Nikon joins action cam market with KeyMission 360 camera

Nikon joins action cam market with KeyMission 360 camera

Nikon is getting into the action camera segment with the introduction of the KeyMission 360, a square-shaped action camera that will take on the likes of GoPro, Sony and more. “Entering the action segment is a significant milestone for Nikon," the company says. The KeyMission 360 trumps many of its' competitors, though, by recording content for creating VR experiences.

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Nikon D5 unveiled with new AF system, 4K UHD video

Nikon D5 unveiled with new AF system, 4K UHD video

Nikon has unveiled the Nikon D5, its' highly anticipated new DSLR camera. This camera is built for speed and accuracy, says Nikon, using its' most advanced and all-new auto focus system. The D5 brings several new features and promises, including high-quality images at very high ISO levels, 4K UHD video recording, and a new 20.8-megapixel FX format image sensor.

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Nikon D5 to pack 20MP sensor tips source

Nikon D5 to pack 20MP sensor tips source

Nikon is one of the biggest names in digital cameras with many of the best cameras in the industry to its name. The company is getting ready to launch a new DSLR camera according to details that have leaked ahead of the official unveil of the device. A source has leaked images of a new DSLR that are claimed to be of the D5.

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Samsung says Nikon buyout ‘not true,’ but doubt remains

Samsung says Nikon buyout ‘not true,’ but doubt remains

The past few weeks, and especially the last several days, have churned up rumors and speculation about Samsung's camera business, something fueled by the company's recent retreat from European markets. Sources cropped up recently claiming that Samsung has 'major' news planned for CES 2016, and following that report came another alleging that Nikon had bought Samsung's NX mirrorless camera technology.

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Nikon D5 DSLR camera is in development, will replace aging D4

Nikon D5 DSLR camera is in development, will replace aging D4

Nikon's impressive D4 professional-level DSLR camera has been available since early 2012, and while it's still a fixture among many photographers, in the tech world it's still beginning to show its age. That may be why Nikon has decided to make a formal announcement about its successor, the D5, confirming that it exists, is in development, and, well, little else, unfortunately. They did describe the D5 as a "next-generation professional" camera, but we'll likely have to wait until 2016 for further details.

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Nikon launches Nanoblocks version of first SLR camera

Nikon launches Nanoblocks version of first SLR camera

Love Nanoblocks (they’re like LEGOs) and Nikon cameras? If so, the camera maker’s new and unanticipated Nikon Nanoblocks kit is right up your alley. The kit allows users to assemble a blocky plastic version of its very first SLR camera, and though you won't be using it to snap any pictures, it will make an interesting conversation piece amongst your collection.

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Airnef utility supports Nikon WiFi cameras

Airnef utility supports Nikon WiFi cameras

Many of the newer generation of digital cameras from companies like Nikon offer WiFi to make it easier to share and download images. Getting those images wirelessly off your camera may involve software that you don’t like for one reason or another. It's always good to have a choice when it comes to the software you use and the new Airnef utility is able to download images from Nikon WiFi cameras.

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