As the pre-eminent photo fair in Cologne winds down, we take a look at some of the hits and misses of this years' show.
The latest digital camera tech is back in Germany where Photokina 2012, the biggest global imaging fair, officially kicked off this week.
Nikon launches the smallest, lightest and most affordable full-frame DSLR for advanced amateurs and photo enthusiasts, plus a new transmitter and lens.
Nikon unveils three new cameras from Nikon today, including a WiFi-enabled model that has the Android OS at its heart.
If you were waiting for a Nikon 1 camera with bold new features or a stylistic overhaul, you're going to have to keep waiting. The J2 introduces a few upgrades over the J1, including a high-res LCD and in-camera creative filters.
The AA-powered Nikon Coolpix L610 hits a budget sweet spot with some features usually reserved for the more expensive compact ultrazooms.
The Nikon Coolpix P510 is yet another ultrazoom filled to the brim with enticing new features. Count among them integrated GPS, a 16 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor and a high resolution 3.0-inch LCD. Is it worth a preview while we're working on the full review? You bet.
Nikon adds two new zoom lenses to its Nikkor portfolio today, the AF-S DX 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR and AF-S 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR.
What does the Coolpix S9300 have to offer? Oh, just an 18x optical zoom lens, built-in GPS and full HD video recording. It's an auto-only shooter that even the most jaded tech enthusiast could find enticing. Check our first images and impressions while we're hard at work on a full review.
Nikon took the wraps off the D3200 today, replacing the D3100 in the entry-level DSLR category. It takes a big jump up to a 24 megapixel resolution, adds 1080 HD video and offers compatibility with a nifty optional wireless adapter.
Nikon unveils the highly anticipated D800 with an astounding 36.3 megapixel FX sensor. Hard at work inside the D800 is a 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor and 51-point AF system. It's also a capable video tool with 1080 HD recording in FX and cropped DX mode.
Pushing the zoom barrier to the limit, Nikon introduces the P510 ultrazoom with a 42x optical zoom lens. That's a whopping 24-1000mm equivalent range. Meanwhile, the P310 updates the 300 with a faster 4.2x lens and a 16.1 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor.
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