Calling it a "modern classic," Nikon has unveiled its new Df DSLR camera, a retro-designed FX-format shooter being targeted towards advanced photographers who need a lightweight FX-format camera. The design is built upon the foundation left by Nikon's F series 35mm film cameras from days gone by, and is accompanied by technologies akin to that of the Nikon D4 DSLR.
The Nikon DF appearing in full sooner than later has been pushed in a series of press photos this morning, allowing the public to see the hardware before they know its abilities. What you've got here is the embodiment of what Nikon shared in teaser videos ramping up to this week in "Pure Photography" (also embedded below). It's suggested that these photos are arriving just 24 hours (or less) before the final full announcement about the camera itself from Nikon.
Following Sony's introduction of the A7 and A7r mirrorless full-frame cameras earlier this month, a Nikon shooter has surfaced suggesting there's a rival device in the works. Though no name for the camera has been leaked, the specifications suggest that it is a full-frame offering (not mirrorless, unfortunately), and that it'll have a retro-centric design akin to the Nikon FM2 featured after the jump.
For many photographers, especially hobbyists, the convenience and portability of a digital camera becomes almost moot when they can't share with family and friends the memorable moments they capture when and where they happen. That is why Nikon has put out its new D5300 D-SLR camera in order to capture and share stunning photographs and videos wherever you are.
Nikon has unveiled its new D610 DSLR, an FX-format digital camera that builds on the D600 model with some new features. Nikon says the model is aimed at photographers who are particular about the sharpness and color of their images, among other things, with the camera utilizing the maker's various core technologies to ensure clarity. The model is slated to go on sale later this month with the body-only price of $1999.95 USD.
Nikon has announced what it says is the first-ever interchangeable lens camera that is also waterproof, able to be taken to depths of 15 meters. In addition, the camera has a rugged quality to it, being shockproof to drops from up to 2 meters, giving it an IPX8 equivalent rating. In the same vein, the camera also support what Nikon says is the fastest continuous shooting speed available at about 15 frames-per-second.
Nikon unveiled its new compact Coolpix S02 digital camera today, which is the successor to the S01. The S01 was the smallest and lightest digital camera in Coolpix history. The new S02 continues to be a very small compact camera, but promises significantly enhanced functions and features as compared to the previous generation.
Nikon has rolled out a new digital camera that slots into its Coolpix range. The new camera is called the Nikon Coolpix P7800 and it offers manual settings among other things. The camera promises a number of advanced shooting functions in a fixed lens camera.
In addition to the hinged LCD-harboring S6600 Coolpix that was announced earlier this evening, Nikon has also introduced its new Coolpix L620, a high-power zoom compact with 14x optical zoom and a backside-illuminated 18.1-megapixel CMOS sensor. The camera will be available in two different colors: black and a red wine type of color.
Nikon has introduce a new compact digital camera, the Coolpix S6600, which is the first in the S-series to feature a hinged LCD for multiple positions depending on the shooting situation. In addition to the "vari-angle monitor," the Coolpix S6600 also boasts Gesture Control, allowing users to take self portraits with a wave of their hand.
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.