It would seem that while Nikon is the brand most people think of when they think of the top cameras in the world, at least in Australia, it’s actually Canon.
It would seem that NASA has become fans of the Nikon D3S camera as the space administration is about to send several of them into space.
Nikon’s new professional DSLR, the D3s, is going to get HD video recording amongst other new features.
Nikon seems to be on a roll with new releases, and while the Coolpix line may not be your cup of tea, you have to tip your hat to one of the wildest innovations a point and shoot has seen in quite some time.
Nikon has announced its latest entry into the DSLR market with the D300s, and it does add some new features that DSLR fans have been clamoring for.
After months of rumors, leaked pictures, and photographer’s dreams, Nikon has officially announced the Nikon D5000. The 12.3-megapixel DSLR is capable of shooting 720p high definition video clips at 24fps, and has a vari-angle LCD monitor that can be rotated, swiveled out, and adjusted to meet the needs of a particular shot.
Nikon has announced three new L-series cameras. The L100, L20m and L19 are designed for customers who are one a budget, but still want a quality camera. All three cameras have scene auto selector, which helps you select the correct scene setting for the shooting conditions youâ€™re working under, and smile and blink warning to make sure the shot you take is the shot you want.
Nikon has introduced four new S-series Coolpix ultra-compact cameras. The S630,S620, S230, and S220 are all pocket sized cameras â€œdesigned with one thing in mind: to offer users ultimate style, speed and simplicity in a compact camera body.â€ Hereâ€™s a rundown of what each model has to offer: