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Nikon teams with MRMC robotic head for futuristic photography at Wimbledon

Nikon teams with MRMC robotic head for futuristic photography at Wimbledon

This week the folks at Nikon have revealed a next-generation photography solution the likes of which have only thus been made possible in a test-run at Wimbledon 2013. This combination of efforts from Nikon and Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC) have made a robotics solution for photos shot at angles never before captured at this sporting event. With "difficult angles" and "impossible locations" accessed here, important events will from here on out be able to be seen from a whole new perspective.

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Nikon developing game-changer camera to fight smartphone challenge

Nikon developing game-changer camera to fight smartphone challenge

Nikon has created a new division to develop cameras competitive with the rise in smartphone photography, as the company watches its compact camera sales shrink in the face of the ubiquitous cellphone. The team - which is working with Nikon's existing imaging division, president Makoto Kimura told Bloomberg - is hoping to "create a product that will change the concept of cameras" Kimura teased.

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Nikon COOLPIX A brings DX-format sensor to a surprisingly tiny body

Nikon COOLPIX A brings DX-format sensor to a surprisingly tiny body

The newest pocketable beast with a hearty ability to break out extremely high-quality photos comes from Nikon with the COOLPIX A. Inside this camera you'll find a 16.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor with the ability to snap photos with image quality the company says were only previously possible with a Nikon D-SLR. This bump allows this model to become - quite easily - the new champion in the segment - the new flagship COOLPIX camera without a doubt.

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Nikon announces Coolpix P330 and Coolpix A, its first DX-format camera

Nikon announces Coolpix P330 and Coolpix A, its first DX-format camera

Nikon has unveiled two new Coolpix cameras, the Coolpix A and Coolpix P330. The Coolpix A is hailed as the company's first Coolpix camera to offer a DX-format sensor, bringing a dSLR element into a compact camera. The Coolpix P330, meanwhile, is designed to be a mixture between higher-end specs and a slim, pocketable body. Check out a gallery of both cameras after the jump.

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Nikon unveils Coolpix S3500 budget compact camera

Nikon unveils Coolpix S3500 budget compact camera

Nikon has just unveiled its new Coolpix S3500, a 20-megapixel budget camera that offers consumers a mix between price and functionality. The device boasts HD video recording, lens-shift Vibration Reduction technology, and a variety of modes for different shooting situations. The camera will be available later this month in red, purple, silver, orange, and decorative pink for $139.95.

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Nikon D7100 overshadowed by fabulous WR-1 Transceiver

Nikon D7100 overshadowed by fabulous WR-1 Transceiver

This week the Nikon D7100 APS-C camera has been revealed with a fabulous new 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor as well as a beastly EXPEED 3 image processing engine. But it may be the WR-1 Transceiver that gains our attention the most here in the current season - this little monster gives your camera some rather excellent wireless control - and range therein. And they're not going to break the bank doing so!

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Nikon unveils D7100 flagship HD-SLR digital camera

Nikon unveils D7100 flagship HD-SLR digital camera

Nikon has unveiled its new D7100 flagship camera, a 24-megapixel powerhouse with a variety of features and high-end specs, including wireless connectivity. Dubbed an HD-SLR, the D7100 is aimed at professionals, and is touted as offering exceptional image quality and high-definition video. The camera is slated for release next month, and will have an SRP of $1,599.95.

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Nikon D5200 hits US in late-January: We go hands-on

Nikon D5200 hits US in late-January: We go hands-on

Nikon's D5200 DSLR has been floating around outside the US since November, but it's only today that the camera company has confirmed a launch for US shutterbugs. Set to hit shelves later this month, the $899.95 DX-format shooter will be offered in black, bronze, or black - all with rather fetching metallic finishes - each offering 24.1-megapixel stills, Full HD video recording, and optional wireless.

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