Nikon AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G FX Lens Coming in January

Nikon 35mm

Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8G DX Lens

New rumors suggest that Nikon will announce a 35mm f/1.8 lens for FX format cameras for CES 2014. This lens would serve as a complement to the 35mm f/1.8G DX lens (pictured above) and sit under the higher-end 35mm f/1.4G FX lens. It also may mark the end of the old 35mm f/2D, but I doubt the price stays around the $360 mark of the 35mm f/2.

[via Nikon Rumors]

Nikon D3300 Leaked?

Nikon D3300

Images of the Nikon D3300 showed up on Nikon Rumors thanks to an anonymous tipster. The images, if legit, show that the D3300 is essentially the same design as the D3200 (no surprise there).

The Nikon D3200 was announce back in April 2013, so it’s not quite time for the D3300 to officially drop; however, I wouldn’t be surprised if the D3300 showed up at CES 2014.

[via Nikon Rumors]

Nikon Df Leaks Out and is Loaded with Retro

Nikon-Df-silver-front

Nikon released its “Pure Photography” #6 yesterday (embedded below), which really revealed nothing else about the camera. More importantly, however, are several clean images of the new Nikon Df camera that leaked out and show off all of the features, dials and buttons that have been teased for the past couple of weeks.

Check out the rest of the photos of the new Nikon Df below. [Read more...]

Nikon ‘Pure Photography’ #4 Continues the Nikon DF Tease

The fourth Nikon ‘Pure Photography‘ teaser is out and, of course, there is just a little more of the camera revealed. Now, there’s further confirmation of the rumored retro design from the Nikon F3. As a refresher, the upcoming Nikon full frame camera is rumored to be called the Nikon DF and should arrive next week on November 5. [Read more...]

Nikon Teases New Retro Camera: “It’s In My Hands Again”

Nikon just dropped a new video that looks like it is teasing the upcoming retro-inspired full frame camera. As you can see and hear in the above video, the “Pure Photography” short shows a man wondering a bleak landscape with camera in hand. The distinctive clicks of the camera and the single frame in which the top of the camera just barely appears before the cut to a wider shot tease what’s coming in the next several days/weeks. [Read more...]