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Nikon D4 may be unveiled on January 6

Nikon D4 may be unveiled on January 6

The much anticipated new Nikon full-framed DSLR called the D4 may finally be making its debut come January 6. Nikon has already sent out invitations to the press for a product unveiling event this Friday in Hong Kong. According to NikonRumors, the Nikon D4 along with a new AF-S 85mm f/1.8 prime lens is expected to show at the event.

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Nikon D4 specs leak: 16.2MP and 102,400 ISO

Nikon D4 specs leak: 16.2MP and 102,400 ISO

If you are the sort who can’t wait for the specifications for new DSLR cameras from the big camera firms, some details on the Nikon D4 have leaked that you will like. Details on this camera first started to surface way back in February of 2011. The two major specs that caught our eye is the 16.2MP sensor, 11 fps shooting, and the 102,400 native ISO.

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Nikon D800 DSLR reportedly leaks

Nikon D800 DSLR reportedly leaks

Details of Nikon's upcoming D800 DSLR have leaked, including photos of the much-anticipated 36-megapixel camera. Said to be smaller and lighter than the Nikon D700, despite offering three times the sensor resolution and a bigger display, the D800 should also deliver better video quality than the D3s according to Nikon Rumors' sources, offering capture options at up to 1080p/30/25/24.

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Nikon D3 camera costume really works

Nikon D3 camera costume really works

If there's one thing I like about Halloween, it's the ability of ordinary every-day inventors to create designs that not only work, they fit on their person. That's what's happened here with a dude named Tyler Card and his fully functional custom-made camera costume. Photos go in the front, photos get displayed on the back. Is this the ultimate all-time best-ever camera enthusiast costume? Or is it just super neato?

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Nikon 1 J1 now available for pre-orders at Target

Nikon 1 J1 now available for pre-orders at Target

The Nikon 1 Series J1 and V1 are the company's very first mirrorless interchangeable lens digital cameras similar to the Micro Four Thirds cameras that we've seen from Olympus and Panasonic. However, the Nikon offerings have a smaller sensor but are touted as being much faster at image processing. The cameras debuted last week and the more affordable J1 model is now available for pre-orders on Target.com.

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Nikon defends 1 Series sensor size compromise

Nikon defends 1 Series sensor size compromise

Nikon has defended its design decisions behind the company's new 1 Series V1 and J1 interchangeable lens cameras, arguing that a smaller sensor was a necessary compromise considering the software crunching included. Although smaller than what you'd find in a Micro Four Thirds camera, Nikon UK product planning manager Ken Kusakari told Amateur Photographer, the CMOS sensor in the 1 Series allows for faster image processing and features like Smart Photo Selector.

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Nikon J1 and V1 1 Series interchangeable lens cameras debut

Nikon J1 and V1 1 Series interchangeable lens cameras debut

Nikon has announced the first two interchangeable lens cameras in its new 1 Series range, the Nikon J1 and Nikon V1, the company's take on the mirrorless system. Each packing a 10.1-megapixel sensor, capable of 1080p Full HD video recording, the J1 and V1 use the new 1 NIKKOR lens system and will be offered with a choice of four lenses to begin. There's 100-3200 (6400 Hi-1) ISO support and Nikon's EXPEED 3 processor, along with a hybrid autofocus system that the company claims is the world's fastest.

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Nikon J1/V1 mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras imminent

Nikon J1/V1 mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras imminent

Nikon will reveal its first mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras tomorrow, Tuesday September 21, according to the latest leak from the company. Two versions will apparently be announced, according to Nikon Rumors, the Nikon V1 and Nikon J1, each with a 10.1-megapixel sensor, 100-3200 ISO range and a 3-inch LCD display. Impressively, both will apparently support up to 60fps still image capture and 400fps VGA video capture.

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Nikon outs six new Coolpix cams

Nikon outs six new Coolpix cams

I mentioned this morning already that Sony has unveiled its new DSLR and other cameras. Nikon is also showing off some new point and shoot digital cameras in the Coolpix family. The new cameras include the Coolpix P7100, AW100, S1200pj, S8200, S6200, and the S100. The P7100 is a 10.1MP camera with a 3-inch rear LCD. The lens is a 7.1x optical zoom unit with wide-angle. The camera has full manual controls with dials and will be shipping in September for $499.95.

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