Note, this is likely a gray market camera. ebay seller PhotoVideo4Less has a positive feedback rating of 100% at the time of this post.
I’ve been attending photography-related tradeshows for nearly a decade now. Over the years, I’ve noticed that Canon generally has the flagship location, Nikon is situated in the second-best location and Sony is somewhere in a second tier location. Last week, however, that order of operation changed and PhotoPlus gave us a metaphorical glimpse into the state of the camera industry as a whole. [Read more…]
The Nikon D850 has a high resolution 45.7MP full frame sensor. This makes it challenging on lenses to match the capability of the sensor. Fortunately, Nikon has lots of great lenses up to the task and has released a list of recommended lenses for the D850 that can accomodate the new sensor to the fullest. Check them out below. [Read more…]
Fixed an issue that sometimes resulted in incorrect exposure for the first photo taken in live view.
You can download the update from Nikon’s website at the following links:
Adorama has a number of great deals on Nikon cameras and lenses that are refurbished by Nikon USA. Check out the full list below. [Read more…]
In a world of camera leaks and rumors, Nikon just threw up its hands today and announced that the Nikon D850, successor to the D810, is under development and coming soon.
Of course, we all knew a D810 successor is in the works – just as every other major camera has a successor in the works. So, what do we actually know about the D850 other than the model number? [Read more…]
Nikon just can’t catch a break on the faulty shutter problem in the D750 that has gone on and on and on. Now, Nikon is telling us that there are even more affected D750 models, which continued to be an issue long after the initial problem was discovered and believed to be fixed.
Nikon USA released the below statement about the issue in an official Service Advisory this week: [Read more…]
Rumors and signs that Nikon will bring a new mirrorless camera line to market have been swirling for a while now. Now, Nikon has gone on the record with DPReview to confirm that is the case with the following statement:
While details are confidential, we can say that we are currently developing new mirrorless products that build upon Nikon’s strengths, and offer the performance prospective customers expect, including the ultimate optics performance, image-processing technologies, strength and durability, and operation.
This was brought about in response to an interview question suggesting the same. When DPReview asked for clarification and additional info, Nikon delivered the above, more specific response.
While the Nikon 1 series has its fans, it doesn’t evoke the same kind of reverence that Nikon DSLRs do – or in the mirrorless world, Fuji, Sony and Olympus. The Nikon D500 and D810 are spectacular DSLRs. No one really says that about the Nikon 1 mirrorless cameras.
Let’s hope that Nikon (and Canon too, for that matter) will compete at the highest levels in the mirrorless market. Competition yields better products for all of us photographers to enjoy. So far though, Nikon and Canon really aren’t competing in the mirrorless market, which is unfortunate because that is where we are seeing the prosumer and pro markets grow right now.
What’s on your must-have list for a Nikon mirrorless camera?