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I’ve known for some time that Nikon actually designs their own sensors, to a fairly minute level of detail. I think this is almost unknown in the photo community; most people just assume that “design” in Nikon’s case simply consists of ordering-up different combinations of specs from sensor manufacturers, picking a feature from column “A”, another from column &
I've been on a lot of factory tours with various camera and lens manufacturers before, but had never had a chance to see how the optical glass was made that goes into the lenses we use every day. So I was really happy to receive an invite from Nikon to tour their Hikari Glass factory in Akita Japan, following the annual CP+ trade show in Yokohama this year. This was a pretty special tour, a
CP+ 2018: Nikon's space camerasNikon has a long history of making cameras for use in outer space. A small exhibition at this year's CP+ show in Yokohama showcases some of the company's most famous models.First up is a Nikon Photomic FTN, adapted for use on the Apollo 15 mission to the moon. Although it looks much like a conventional FTN, this modified version features a thicker body shell, NASA-s
Click here to read our D850 Review Conclusion Despite the increasingly popular world of mirrorless cameras, the Nikon D850 shows us there's still room for progress and polish for the humble DSLR. Sporting a new Nikon-designed 45MP backside-illuminated full-frame sensor, faster EXPEED 5 processor, the AF module from the D5/D500, dual card slots and
Photo by Lilly RumNikon Rumors has gotten wind of a very interesting bit of plausible speculation—at this point, we're not comfortable calling it any more than that. According to the rumor site, the Nikon full-frame mirrorless people are hoping and praying for will sport an all-new so-called "Z-Mount".The name is probably still not final at this stage, but NR is reporting with some confidence tha
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_5203459285","galleryId":"5203459285","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Nikon has announced a new full-frame lens with one of the longest names we've ever seen: the AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm F4E TC1.4 FL ED VR.Besides its impressive range, the highlight of this hulking lens is its bu
Click here to read my Nikon D850 Field Test Part III In our first two Nikon D850 Field Tests (you can read Part I here and Part II here) we looked at the full-frame DSLR primarily as a stills camera. In the newly-published Nikon D850 Field Test Part III, I have taken a look at it as a video camera. The Nikon D850 includes a built-in 4K time-lapse mode, which works well and pr
Nikon just released a new version of its camera connectivity app SnapBridge. The new SnapBridge Version 2.0—which is available for both iOS and Android devices starting today—has been redesigned with an easier-to-use interface and a bunch of new features like the ability to register up to five devices, and full-manual control of select cameras.On the UI side, both the screen design and the menu s
Click here to read my Nikon D850 Field Test Part II The 45.7-megapixel Nikon D850 is Nikon's newest professional DSLR and is one of the most versatile cameras I've ever used. In the newly-published Nikon D850 Field Test Part II, I test the D850's mettle as a wildlife camera and also put it through its paces in a challenging night photograph
It seems that no matter your photographic background, we can almost all universally agree that macro photography is cool and interesting. There is something about seeing the world around us in a totally new way that is truly fascinating. A source of some of the best close-up shots is Nikon's annual Small World competition. The winners of the 43rd annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Comp


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