People like taking photos. And they apparently like using Nikon cameras to shoot those photos. At least that’s what it seems like when looking at Nikon’s 1st Quarter Fiscal Year 2012 (April 1 – June 30, 2011) results. [Read more…]
Nikon’s 2011 Annual Report was made available yesterday. In the Imaging Company section, the Annual Report discusses the continued growth of DSLRs and how sales were good, but could have been better if not for the supply shortage caused by the earthquake in Japan.
With an optimistic look toward the future, the Annual Report cited what is almost certainly Nikon’s new mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera, as noted below. [Read more…]
We may be seeing an entirely new Nikon mount next month. Above, you see the lens mount of the Nikon mirrorless project camera, believed to be known internally as the X810.
According to Nikon aficionado Thom Hogan, the launch of a Nikon mirrorless camera utilizing a 1-inch, 2.7x crop sensor is imminent. [Read more…]
While we have yet to see any real proof that a new pair of Nikon full frame shooters are coming this month, rumors continue to trickle out, suggesting the announcement of Nikon D3s and D700 successors. [Read more…]
Since we’re getting into camera launch season, it should come as no surprise to start hearing little trickles of details from manufacturers on their upcoming products. [Read more…]
It looks like Nikon’s compact mirrorless camera has leaked its lens mount and sensor mount onto the web. Based on this image, it’s clearly not an F-mount camera – so you won’t be using existing Nikon lenses on this camera (without an adapter, that is). Additionally, the sensor looks smaller than APS-C format. [Read more…]