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Nikon D800 packs 36MP sensor, becomes official

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 7, 2012

Nikon's new dSLR, the Nikon D800, packs a huge sensor 36.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and FX format making it the biggest one they've made so far. Nikon D800 specs: 36.3MP CAM3500-FX sensor 1/8,000 ~ 30 seconds shutter speed 4fps FX / 5fps DX frame rates 51-point AF system ISO100 ~ ISO6,400 expandable to 50 (LO-1) to ISO 25,600 (HI+2) Live View 1080p @ 30fps video recording 720p @ 60fps video recording 3.2" rear LCD CF card & SD card storage USB 3.0 HDMI Built-in High Dynamic Range (HDR) The suggested retail price -- $2,999.95. The Nikon D800 will be released…

Nikon D810 officially launched, priced at USD3,300

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: June 28, 2014

Nikon has recently unveiled its mid-range Full-Frame DSLR camera, the Nikon D810. Its inherits almost all of the features of its predecessor, the D800/D800E, like the 36.3MP image sensor without OLPF (optical low-pass filter), but is equipped with the new EXPEED 4 processor, the same one found at the heart of the company’s flagship DSLR. Nikon D810 specs: 36.3MP CMOS Full-frame (35.9 x 24 mm) EXPEED 4 image processor Hybrid AF System 51-point AF points (15 cross-type) ISO 64 – 12800 30 secs. – 1/8000 shutter speed 5fps continuous drive Optical Viewfinder, 100% coverage 0.7x magnification Built-in Flash GN: 12.0m…

Specs of Nikon D90 leaked

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: August 26, 2008

The 2-year old Nikon D80 has a new big brother, the Nikon D90. Leaked details of the new Nikon dSLR were spotted in a couple US retail stores revealing some nice specs. Took a while for Nikon to update this line, though there's the D700 and D60 announced earlier this year. According to DPP, the Nikon D90 will be a 12.3 megapixel dSLR with ISO 100 to 6400. The 3" LCD supports LiveView and the starter kit will include a DX 18mm-105mm f/3.5-5.6G lens. No details available for the price but the Nikon D80 already sells for around P 43,998…

Nikon 1 AW1: Waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: January 11, 2014

Now here's a pleasant surprise from Nikon, the first waterproof mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (MILC) is showcased here at the CES floor. It's been announced back in September 2013 and now listed on their website for $799.95. This 14MP digital camera has interchangeable lenses and comes with an 11-27.5mm kit (optional 10mm lens). It's got the same features as the Nikon 1 J3 but with additional rugged features. The Nikon 1 AW! is waterproof for up to 15 meters, shockproof up to 2 meters high and freezeproof to temperatures as low as -10°C. The Nikon 1 AW1 is sold for $799.95…

Nikon D810 First Impressions

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: November 18, 2014

It’s been a while since we took a full-frame dSLR out for a spin, which is why we were all picking our jaws up on the floor when Nikon Philippines lend us with one of their latest FX cameras – the Nikon D810. Design and Construction By and large, Nikon has not made any significant changes on the D810’s design compared to the D800e and its direct predecessor, the D800. To the camera maker’s credit though, they didn’t really have to alter a lot since they pretty much have the ergonomics and design squared away since the release of the…

Nikon D60 announced

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: January 30, 2008

Just a couple of days after the Canon 450D was announced, Nikon made their moved and announced a newer model of their prosumer dSLR series -- it's the 10.2MP Nikon D60. The last time Nikon released a camera along this line, it was last in August 2007 with the 12.1MP Nikon D3 and the D300. What's funny is that Nikon also has the D80 so I don't think the D60 would be anything really that spectacular or surprising considering the nomenclature is sandwiched between the earlier models. Likewise, the Nikon D60 might somewhat be compared by consumers against the upcoming…

Nikon D3100 dSLR gets Full 1080p video

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: August 21, 2010

Nikon introduced a new entry-level dSLR, the Nikon D3100, which has the capability of recording full HD 1080p videos. The Nikon D3100 is the successor to the popular D3000 line and brings in a set of new features and upgrades. Nikon D3100 14.2 CMOS sensor ISO 100 - 3200 (expandable to 12800) up to 3fps shooting speed Full HD (1920x1080) @ 24fps 3" LCD display Live View 11-point AF system EXPEED 2 image processing engine Dual Integrated Dust Reduction System SD card (SDHC- and SDXC-compliant) The estimated $USD699 price tag seemed reasonable and it might catch up with Canon's EOS…

Nikon CoolPix S1000pj Camera with Projector

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: August 5, 2009

Nikon gets a new first in the digital camera segment -- the Nikon CoolPix S1000pj has a built-in projector. It comes with its own stand and remote control. 12.1 megapixel 5x zoom Nikkor lens 2.7 inch high-resolution LCD monitor 36MB internal memory with SD/SDHC card ISO 80 to 6400 The projector's brightness goes up to 10 lumens with an optimal projection distance of 2 meters and battery life of 1 hour. A digital camera with project makes sense -- that means you can project your images and videos into a screen/wall on-the-go. It will retail for about $430 when it…

Nikon adds J2 to their 1 series

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: August 10, 2012

Last year when Nikon joined the ILC bandwagon they had two entries representing them, the J1 and V1. Though not far behind from its competition, both of these ILCs, especially the former, struggled to win the hearts of shutterbugs. Hoping to pick up where the Nikon J1 left of (which isn’t that far from the store shelves), the renowned camera manufacturer is said to launch the Nikon J2 this September. The new ILC is almost the exact replica of the J1 with only minor improvements. The only two differences between the two models hardware wise are the LCD, which is…

Nikon D7000 ousts D90 as 16.2MP dSLR

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: September 15, 2010

The Nikon D90 is out; the Nikon D7000 is in -- this new mid-class dSLR from Nikon can do 1080p videos with a 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor. 16.2MP CMOS sensor 3-inch TFT LCD display 39-point AF system 6fps continuous shooting ISO 100 to 6400 (ISO 2560 extended) Dual SD card slot Live View Full HD movie recording (1920×1080p @ 24 fps) Weight: 780g w/ battery The D7000 will replace the mid-range position of the D90 which it held for about 2 years now. The D7000 can also shoot Full HD video with continuous autofocus. The Nikon D7000 with initially come…