A week ahead of the official launch, Nikon has published another teaser of its upcoming mirrorless camera. This time, the short video puts focus on the lens. And from what we can see, it looks like the rumored Nikon Z-Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/0.95 might not only be a rumor.
Nikon officially announces the development of full frame mirrorless camera and lenses
Ok, so round one of the Nikon full frame mirrorless rumours ends. It’s now time for round two to begin, as Nikon officially announces the development of a new Nikon full frame mirrorless camera.
Did you spot what I said there? “Camera” not “cameras”. This doesn’t discount the possibility of a second rumoured camera, or even an APS-C mirrorless, but they’re only officially confirming one body for now – and they haven’t said whether it’s the rumoured 24-25MP or 48MP camera.
These are the leaked photos of Nikon mirrorless camera; the announcement to come on August 23
It’s been only a day since Nikon published a teaser video for the new full frame mirrorless camera, and now there’s something more to build up the excitement. Four photos of the upcoming camera have leaked, as well as the announcement date.
Nikon full frame mirrorless camera to arrive by March 2019
So, it appears that we have a firm-ish date for a Nikon mirrorless camera release. Or at least, we have a goal, according to SankeiBiz, who report that Nikon aims to release a high-end full frame mirrorless camera during the current fiscal year, which ends in March 2019. Some of Google’s translation is a little iffy, but that much is crystal clear.
Hasselblad X1D beats Nikon D850 with 102 points at DxO
Just 20 days ago, Nikon D850 was crowned the best DSLR ever, according to DxO tests. It was the first camera to reach the overall score of 100, but now there’s a new winner. Hasselblad X1D-50c, medium format mirrorless camera, has won the overall score of 102. According to DxO, it’s now the best commercially-available medium-format sensor you can get. If medium format is what you’re looking for.
Here are the first hands-on previews of Nikon D850
Nikon D850 is officially out, and according to the specs, it’s pretty impressive. But other than just reading the specs, it’s great to see the camera in action. Therefore, we bring you a couple of hands-on videos taken by different photographers, displaying the features of the Nikon’s latest full-frame DSLR.
Photographer David Flores tested out the camera on behalf of B&H. Kai Wong got his hands on the pre-production model during the 100-anniversary celebration. Matt Higgs of Wex Photographic also shares his impressions and the camera preview. All in all, you’ll have plenty of material to see for yourself how Nikon D850 performs.
Nikon D850 officially announced: 4K UHD video, 8K timelapse, US price $3,300
Nikon D850 is finally here. After the leaked specs and photos, here comes the official announcement from Nikon, along with the detailed specs and the price. The D850 is Nikon’s first DSLR with a backside illumination CMOS sensor. Together with the camera’s low-noise performance, it allows a maximum standard sensitivity of ISO 25600 (expandable to ISO 102400).
Nikon D850 features the full-frame recording of 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)/30p movies, as well as 4x and 5x slow-motion movies in Full HD, and 8K timelapse.
Nikon announces development of the new D850 with 8K timelapse
The successor of Nikon D800 and D810 has been rumored for a while. Now, Nikon officially announces the D850. Or better to say, the development of the D850.
On their 100th anniversary, the company launched a teaser video for the newest camera model. The announcement is pretty vague this time. Instead of learning the full specs of the camera, we will learn only a few. But nevertheless, they’ll leave Nikon shooters in expectation.
Sony beats Nikon in full-frame camera sales in the U.S.
Today Sony has made an announcement about the increase in sales in the full-frame camera market. Thanks to this increase, they have beaten Nikon and now take the second overall position in the U.S., right after Canon.
The results of the research by NPD Group’s Retail Tracking Service show the growth in sales of Sony cameras, and the overall growth in the full-frame camera market thanks to Sony.
Brides Magazine: “only choose photographers with ‘full format’ Nikon or Canon cameras”
Brides Magazine is all about weddings, yet they don’t really seem to like wedding photographers. After they advised the brides not to feed their photographers, now they have another “ingenious” piece of advice. They say you should hire a professional photographer, but they consider pros only those who use Nikon or Canon. And only full frame cameras come into consideration!
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