Nikon adds a new member to the Coolpix "P for Performance" series today - the Nikon Coolpix P100. It's the first Coolpix to feature a back-illuminated CMOS sensor, allowing it to shoot up to 10 fps at full resolution. A 26x optical zoom lens puts it just ahead of its 24x predecessor, the Coolpix P90. Full 1080p HD video recording sweetens the deal.
Nikon brings out two more L-series models in the weeks leading up to PMA 2010.
Nikon today announced four new S-series Coolpix cameras. Their "S" stands for "style" and represents a host of features, including long zooms, touch screens, HD video recording capabilities, and sleek new bodies. They're being offered in a variety of colors new to the Coolpix lineup. Read on for the specs and details.
Nikon certainly holds a corner of the digital compact camera market all to itself with the Coolpix S1000pj "projector camera." As soon as it rolled into our office, we had it out on the road for some preliminary shooting - and projecting, of course. Take a look at our first thoughts and sample images.
Nikon has released firmware updates for four of its DSLRs, the D3, D700, D3x and D300S.
Nikon has announced the launch of an AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/2.8 ED VR II lens and an updated 2X AF-S teleconverter TC-20E III. The dust and moisture-sealed telephoto lens body is designed to cater to the needs of outdoor and sports photographers. Both products are scheduled for retail availability in January 2010.
The understated style of the Nikon Coolpix S640's exterior lends it to low-profile street photography. Our first impressions of the auto exposure-only S640 have been good - it backs up good performance on the street in bright outdoor light with nice indoor photos as well. Take a look at a couple of sample images and our first take on the S640.
What's more fun than going to the circus? Photographing the circus with the brand new Nikon D3S. Nikon invited a group of journalists to a shoot a dress rehearsal of The Big Apple Circus in NYC a couple of days before the PhotoPlus Expo opens, giving us a chance to put the expanded ISO range and HD video to the test.
Nikon Inc. has introduced the AF-S DX Micro Nikkor 85mm f/3.5G ED VR lens, a compact, lightweight macro lens designed for Nikon's DX format DSLR cameras such as the D90 and D5000.
Today Nikon unveils the D3S, their latest pro-grade DSLR. It joins the flagship D3 and D3X with an FX-sized CMOS sensor, but stands alone as the only full frame Nikon DSLR to shoot HD video. Also on the list of new features is an expanded ISO range reaching an equivalent of ISO 102,400, a feat that Nikon claims will put the D3S ahead of even the human eye in low light sensitivity.
It's time to pull out the "H" word - yes, the holidays are fast approaching, like it or not. And this year, we'd like the gift budget to stretch as far as possible. Thus our Head to Head battle today is an ultrazoom shootout. The Nikon Coolpix P90 and the Olympus SP-590 UZ are matched almost spec for spec, so which camera will give you the most zoom for your buck?
Nikon announces today a digital imaging first - a camera with a built-in projector. The Coolpix S1000pj is a 12.1 megapixel compact that will allow users to display photos and movies at sizes up to 40 inches. All of Nikon's standard features are here too, including a 5x Nikkor lens.
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