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.
Nikon's "S for Style" series gets an update today in the form of four new models. Starting at the top with the GPS-enabled S9300, these new compacts offer 16 megapixel sensors, bigger zooms and HD video for the style-conscious consumer.
Three new Coolpix cameras offer features like 26x optical zoom and 720p HD video for less.
Nikon introduced the D4 last week leading up to the show. It might be out of reach price-wise for many of us, but what's to stop anyone from gazing longingly upon it? We've got a brief visual tour of the D4 with its new 85mm partner for your viewing pleasure.
Poker? Slots? Magic shows with high production values? Not as exciting as what's going on inside the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. It's CES time again and we're taking a look ahead at the big show.
Nikon launches a new flagship D4 DSLR leading in to CES/PMA 2012. Built around a newly designed 16 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, the D4 offers speed, extreme low light capabilities and notable enhancements to video modes.
Nikon announces a new flagship Speedlight flash unit, the SB-910.
You've been living right all year and you've earned a little splurge this holiday season. What's a better indulgence than a digital camera? If you're going to do it, do it right and shop our list of our top five splurge-worthy cameras.
Yesterday marked the official unveiling of the Nikon 1 V1 and J1 compact system cameras. Today we spent some quality time with these new mirrorless offerings. We've got first impressions and sample images to share.
It's the real deal: Nikon makes the 1 V1 and J1 mirrorless compact system cameras officially official. After rampant internet speculation, Nikon confirms each will sport a 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, a new 1 lens mount and full HD video.
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