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Rayqual Lens Adapters Give Sony NEX Cameras Options

Rayqual Lens Adapters Give Sony NEX Cameras Options

Options never hurt. That's why we're happy to hear that the Sony NEX line of mirrorless cameras is going to get a few options for themselves here shortly. Thanks to Rayqual, a manufacturer out of Japan, the pair of cameras is primed and ready to get Leica, Nikon, and Canon lenses attached to their faces. Something as simple as a lens adapter is the catalyst, making it possible for us to take even better shots than we could before.

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Carl Zeiss unveils Compact Prime CP.2 and Lightweight Zoom LWZ.2 lenses

Carl Zeiss unveils Compact Prime CP.2 and Lightweight Zoom LWZ.2 lenses

When it comes to optics and lenses for cameras of all sorts Carl Zeiss is one of the most well known names in the industry. The company typically offers lenses and optics on cameras and video cameras and has unveiled a new range of lenses for DSLR cameras that shoot HD video.

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Nikon DSLR plans tipped: entry-level D4000 & mid/high tier cameras on way?

Nikon DSLR plans tipped: entry-level D4000 & mid/high tier cameras on way?

Nikon's DSLR intentions have sprung a leak, according to Nikon Rumors, with the company tipped to be preparing three new models for imminent launch.  Details on the cameras are patchy, though there's talk of a new entry-level replacement for the D3000 expected to be dubbed the D4000.  However one model stands out as potentially the beginning of a new range for Nikon, packing 39 autofocus points and a 16-megapixel sensor.

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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 Coolpix PMA 2010 range detailed: more super-zooms

Nikon Coolpix PMA 2010 range detailed: more super-zooms

Nikon's PMA 2010 line-up has gone public, and we're beginning to wonder whether we missed some memo about super-zoom cameras.  Like Fujifilm and Olympus before them, Nikon have pushed out some whopping great zoom lenses this year, with the Nikon Coolpix P100 getting a 26x optical and even pocket-sized point-and-shoots like the Coolpix S8000 packing 10x or more.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 43 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 43 2009

Another week come and gone, naturally it is time for the week in review. Monday we pulled the Nokia N900 from its box and videoed the unboxing for your perusal. Those cool Sony Ericsson Satio and Aino are finally hitting stores. The Aino can stream content from a PS3.

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Nikon D3S DSLR is new FX-format flagship

Nikon D3S DSLR is new FX-format flagship

Nikon have outed their latest DSLR, the Nikon D3S, described as their FX-format flagship and packing a new CMOS 12.1-megapixel sensor.  The D3S can shoot 720p HD video at 30fps and boasts a broad 200 to 12,800 ISO range (extendable to 102,400, in fact).  LetsGoDigital have already played with it in the wild, and they're particularly impressed with the new 51-point AF system and the ability to grab screenshots from video clips as stills, all on-device.

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Nikon D3s DSLR with 1080p and ISO 200-12,800 tipped for October 15th

Nikon D3s DSLR with 1080p and ISO 200-12,800 tipped for October 15th

If you're not impressed by the Canon EOS 7D's high-def performance, then how about an 1080p Nikon?  According to Nikon Rumors, there's a 99-percent chance that the company will announce the Nikon D3s on October 15th.  The new D3s, they claim, will offer not only 1080p Full HD video capture but 14fps continuous still shooting.

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Nikon Coolpix S1000pj projector-toting digicam on sale now

Nikon’s pico-projector packing Coolpix S1000pj digital camera has finally arrived for sale in the US, priced at $429.95.  Expected to begin shipping later this week, the S1000pj manages to squeeze not only a 12.1-megapixel camera with 2.7-inch LCD and 5x optical zoom, but a 10 lumen pico-projector capable of creating up to 40-inch images into a compact chassis.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 32 2009

The weekend is here again fellow geeks and geekettes so I am back with another week in review. Monday more rumors surfaced that has Apple launching that long anticipated tablet device this November. The rumors further claim that the tablet will be aimed at gaming and media use. Early this week Verizon cut the pricing on all its smartphones save a few of the new ones to $99. That makes us think lots of new smartphone hardware is on its way.

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Nikon Coolpix S1000pj gets hands-on: fun & convenient [Video]

Nikon Coolpix S1000pj gets hands-on: fun & convenient [Video]

Nikon's Coolpix S1000pj projector-camera may only have got the official nod from the company this morning, but that hasn't stopped Stuff.TV from going hands-on with the 12.1-megapixel shooter already.  They found the S1000pj to be surprisingly good fun, with the VGA quality from the pico-projector making up in communal usability what it lacks in visual fidelity.

Video demo of the S1000pj after the cut

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Nikon Coolpix S1000pj pico-projector camera official, plus S70, S640 and S570 digicams

Nikon Coolpix S1000pj pico-projector camera official, plus S70, S640 and S570 digicams

Nikon have officially announced its new Coolpix range, including the pico-projector packing S1000pj first spotted yesterday.  The Coolpix S1000pj has a 12.1-megapixel sensor, 5x wide-angle optical zoom and EXPEED digital processing as in the company's DSLR range, but most interesting is the 10 lumen LED integrated projector that can create up to 40-inch VGA-quality picture.

 

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