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  1. MICHAEL GABLER

    Nikon Rumors

    2019-09-01 Nokishita reports that Nikon will announce the D6 on September 4th. It will be probably a development announcement. The camera will be released in late 2019 or early 2020. Here is some rumored spec: Sensor stabilization Dual CFExpress memory card slots New Expeed dual processors Better/improved AF than the current D5 Built-in Wi-Fi 3.2 million dot touch screen, with full touch capabilities Improved silent shooting modes 2019-08-09 Nikon has a new digital camera registration with the FCC under the code N1834. The new model will have Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.1. The dimenssions of the new camera are 131 × 73.5mm. For comparison, size of the Nikon Z6 is 134 × 100.5mm via NikonRumors.com 2019-08-06 Not yet announced but registered Nikon digital cameras: N1845 - Digital camera N1847 - Digital camera N1849 - Digital camera N1850 - Digital camera via Nokishita 2019-07-23 Next official announcement from Nikon will be for the Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S. The lens will be introduced as early as next week. 2019-05-02 First rumors about Nikon D6 specification 24 MP sensor 4K 60 video Long manual exposure times to 120 seconds. Built-in sensor stabilization (variable) via Nikonrumors.com 2019-04-11 First rumors about Nikon D5 replacement - Nikon D6 24MP sensor Built-in sensor stabilization 4K 60 video Longer manual exposure times via Nikonrumors.com 2019-04-11 A Nikonrumors reader noticed that on the Nikon Z 7 8K time-lapse video I posted a April 9th, the creators mentioned a new, not yet announced F-mount lens: AF-S NIKKOR 200mm f/2E FL ED VR lens - the mention appears at the 1:37 mark 2019-04-09 Specification and photos of Zeiss Otus 100mm f/1.4 lens leaked online. Mount: ZF.2 Lens constitution: 11 groups 14 pieces Minimum shooting distance: 1.0 m Maximum shooting magnification: 1: 8.6 Filter diameter: 86 mm Maximum diameter: 100.7 mm Focus ring diameter: 90.0 mm Total length (including the lens cap): 150.1 mm Total length (excluding the lens cap): 126.5 mm Weight: 1336g US Price: $4,990. 2019-03-15 Nikon FTZ mount adapter will be included for free with every Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 cameras in the US from next week. 2019-03-12 First photo of new Nikon Z 1 mirrorless camera leaked.
  2. Nikon has updated its „map of lenses“ for the mirrorless system with the Z mount. Instead of the 58mm f/0.95 S Noct lens, which was supposed to have its premiere at the beginning of the year, we can pre-order new Nikkor Z 14-30 mm f/4 S. This premiere is surely a good idea taking into account the fact that until then the system did not have a native ultra-wide lens and Noct is an unpractical exotic lens. As we can see from the updated list below, the producer is planning to present 5 more lenses this year: two zooms, 24-70 f/2.8 S and 70-200 f/2.8 S, three fixed lenses, 24mm f/1.8 S, 85mm f/1.8 S, and Nikkor Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct, which is to fully show the possibilities of the Nikon Z system. 1). Nikon Nikkor Z Lenses Roadmap Many novelties are also to appear in 2020. Nikon's offer will expand by 7 constructions, from which we already knows three: 20mm f/1.8 S, 50mm f/1.2 S, and the advanced zoom Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8 S. The list of lenses looks very well because within one-and-a-half year we will have practically a full range of reporter lenses at our disposal and possibly all of the most popular fixed lenses. It's worth noting that the list for 2020 is still open...
  3. Nikon D3500, a budget reflex camera for people who start their adventure with photography, has just had its debiut. Nikon D3500 is seemingly much different than its predecessor (D3400), but still... not so much. D3500 is a lot smaller and lighter (124 × 97 × 70mm - 365g), the ergonomy has significantly improved and the camera "lies" better in the hands. The buttons - although their number has not changed - will be found more intuitively. 1). Nikon D3500 Although the handling of the camera and its menu has been simplified and it is more intuitive, we will not find many novelties when it comes to the equipment. The camera is equipped with the 24MP APS-C sensor, with the ISO range of 100 - 25600. The photographs will be taken with the speed of 5f/s and the video will be recorded in Full HD with the speed of 60 f/s. The autofocus, similarly to the sensor, is a bit archaic solution in the 11-point system. A similar archaic solution seems to be a permanently-mounted display - but let's remember that this is the cheapest body in the producer's offer. 2). Nikon D3500 Good news for the purchasers of D3500 is its 30% more effective battery, which, when fully charged, will enable taking 1550 photographs. A novelty is the Bluetooth module thanks to which we will be able to conveniently send photographs to other devices. The last and possibly the best news is the camera's price as it's lower than the price of D3400 as at its premiere by $150! 3). Nikon D3500 Nikon D3500 can be bought with the 18-55mm lens for $499. The camera should be also available in the set with the AF-P 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED lens and it will cost $850 then. You can find full specification of new Nikon D3500 in our database and also you can pre-order this camera here.
  4. Contrary to what one might expect, not all of the premieres within the last days had “Z” in the title – there were also the ones with the good old “F”. One of them will be briefly described today as we will focus on Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR. AF-S Nikkor 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR is a compact super-telephoto lens with the F system mount, mainly intended for people photographing quickly-moving objects from big distances, primarily sports. The characteristic feature of the device is the use of a Fresnel lens thanks to which the dimensions and the weight of the device have been significantly reduced (they are 106 × 237mm and 1,460g). The optical system consists of three low-dispersion (ED) lenses which is supposed to guarantee detailed image sharpness and clarity. The Fresnel lens has been made of advanced materials due to which characteristic flares are to be reduced. Nanocrystalline anti-reflective coatings have also been applied and on the front lens we will find a fluorine coating which is to facilitate keeping it clean. 1). Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR The lens has been equipped with the optical stabilization system with the estimated effectiveness of 4EV. Small weight and size are supposed to positively influence a possibility of quick and effective focus adjustment. The lens stabilization can work in “Sport” and “Normal” modes. As one might guess, F1 races should be photographed with the use of the first mode whereas a stork standing on its nest – with the use of the second one. The lens is also equipped with a sharpening clutch and the function button control. It is of course resistant to dust and splashes. The dedicated collimator sight, which will be additionally useful in “catching” the quickly-moving objects, is to appear on sale “soon”. The lens will appear on sale in November and it will cost $3,599.
  5. The waiting is over and all the questions have finally found their answers. Today we had the premieres of two of the most awaited cameras of the last years - Nikons Z 6 and Z 7. The cameras' bodies look almost the same and both have been sealed against dust and splashes. Both have two knobs and the buttons have been positioned in the same places. Two function buttons are near the grip and we also have the AF joystick and the PASM knob. The cameras have only one memory card slot (XQD). 1). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S The brand's fans may be a little disappointed by the lack of the mode dial, the dedicated measurement mode control button, the AF switching lever and the serial mode switch. But it doesn't mean that the producer has deprived us of control over these functions since we get three user modes and the function buttons with a possibility of modification. The cameras' menu will not be a novelty for the brand's fans since it is the same solution that we've known from top Nikon reflex cameras, together with a handy panel. 2). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S Nikons Z 6 and Z 7 are equipped with an electronic OLED viewfinder with the resolution of 3,690,000 points on which we can display the pop-up menu. The zoom ratio is 0.8×. The viewfinder's eyepiece is covered with the fluorine coating. If we're talking about displays – both new Nikons have two more. The back rotating 3.2'' touch LCD screen has the resolution of 2,100,000 pixels. In the upper panel we will find one more auxiliary screen. 3). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S Real differences can be found inside the new cameras. The BSI CMOS sensors, with which the “Z” Nikons have been equipped, have the resolutions of, respectively, 24.5 and 45.7MP and 5-axis vibration stabilization system with the effectiveness of 5EV. The sensors are supported by the latest EXPEED 6 processor. The sensitivity ranges are respectively: ISO 100 - 51200 (can be extended to ISO 50 - 204800) and ISO 64 - 25600 (can be extended to ISO 32 - 102400). The speed of photographing of the cameras is 12f/s and 9f/s – these are results for the photographs saved in 12-bit RAW. The autofocus of Nikons Z 6 and Z 7 has contrast and phase detection and it is based on 493 or 273 points which cover 90% of the frame vertically and horizontally. The AF is also supposed to be fully functional while recording films. Both devices register videos in 4K (3840 × 2160) with the speed of 30f/s. In FHD, this value will increase to 120f/s. Nikon Z 6 offers full-frame saving with the readout of all pixels, thanks to which the “smaller” of the cameras described today should prove useful in low light conditions. 4). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S Even while recording in 4K we will be supported by the electronic vibration reduction and we will be able to save the image in the “flat” image Nikon N-Long profile. The 10-bit signal will be sent from Nikon to external devices with the use of the HDMI cable. The 10 - bit videos can be also saved on the memory card but only in Full HD. The focus peaking function and a possibility of handling time codes are also worth mentioning. Equipping the cameras with headphone and microphone connectors will certainly attract vloggers. 5). Nikon Z 7 VR The electronic shutter of the cameras is silent and the 8K time-lapse films will be recorded only with the use of Z7. There are also options of sharpening in the image control settings as well as the Wi-Fi module for communication with smartphones and for transferring files to the computer. Z 6 and Z 7 are compatible with the existing Nikon accessories, such as the WT-7 wireless transmitter which provides radio control of the lighting systems and enables transferring files to the computer in a faster way. Soon we can expect a dedicated MB-N10 battery grip due to which the working time of the cameras will increase by 1.8x and which we will be able to charge with the use of USB. The most controversial novelty of the new “Z” Nikon system is the mounting of lenses. It is significantly bigger than the one in the existing full-frame cameras and it has the diameter of 55mm. Many new lens constructions should follow the new mounts. For instance, the brightest lens in the brand's history, with the aperture of f/0.95, was announced today. With the use of the FTZ adapter we will be able to use the F system lenses in new Nikon cameras which should result in worsening the effectiveness of image stabilization. 6). Nikon Z 7 + FTZ Adapter Nikon Z 7 will appear on sale in September and it will cost $3,399 for the body only. In a set with the 24-70mm f/4 lens, the price will amount to $3,999. Z 6 will appear on sale in November and it will cost $1,995 for the body only or $2,599 in a set with the lens. You can preorder Z 7 here and Z 6 here, as also can find full specification of new Nikons Z 7 and Z 6 in our database. Together with the cameras, the lenses in the new standard, namely Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/4 S, Nikkor Z 35mm f/1.8 S and Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.8 S, also had their premieres.
  6. A few hours ago, Nikon published yet another teaser concerning the upcoming mirrorless camera. As one could expect, we don’t get to know practically anything new from it. Such videos are supposed to stoke the atmosphere, which is, of course, happening. The fans of the brand and mirrorless cameras are constantly creating new speculations concerning the upcoming model and it’s hardly surprising that they’re excited. Not only will Nikon release its first full-frame professional camera around 3 weeks from now, but it will also introduce a new lens mount, after almost 60 years, changing its size and the placement of pins responsible for data transfer between the body and the lens. This is going to lead the company into a new century and, in the future, enable producing brighter lenses, mounting mechanical stabilization of the sensor and, possibly, mounting crop medium format sensors in the bodies with this mount. Since Nikon published a video with a new mount in the background (as for now, without disclosing the name), I’ve decided to compare the sizes of the mounting foot for speedlights, which amounts to 12.5mm (inside), in order to obtain the new mount’s dimensions. According to my calculations, the new mount will probably have the dimensions of 56.5mm inside and 65.5mm outside(+/- 0.5mm). Compared to F mount, which has the dimensions of 46.5mm and 57mm, the new mount will be bigger by 10mm. In order to better illustrate its size, let’s imagine that the external part of the F mount will have the dimension of the internal part of the new mount. 1). New Nikon Mirrorless Camera Mount Approximate Size I think that it’s also worth comparing this mount with the cameras of other brands. The mount used by professional Canon cameras, known as EF mount, has very similar dimensions – 54mm inside and 65mm outside. The new Nikon mount will be also probably 9mm smaller than Fujifilm G-mount, whose internal dimension will amount to 65mm. This calls into question the speculations concerning a possibility of mounting medium format sensors to the body with this mount in the future. But you never know. Many years ago many people claimed that we wouldn’t be able to mount full frame sensors in the cameras with F mount…
  7. Something that has until now existed only in the world of speculations and rumors today became something real - Nikon confirmed the date of premiere of an advanced mirrorless camera with new mount, possibly in the FX format. A few days ago, the producer presented a photograph showing an outline of a mysterious camera and a cryptic advertising spot, under the title of "Travel of Light", appeared on YouTube. Today we finally got to know the date of the premiere of the new camera – it’s going to be 23rd August 2018. At the home page of the producer’s website there is a countdown timer counting 25 days from now and above it we can find a slogan: "In pursuit of light". The whole thing is stylistically close to the presented photographs and the film. 1). Nikon Mirrorless Camera As for now, it’s hard to say anything about the specification of the new Nikon baby. The rumor has it that it is going to be a direct rival of Sony A7 III. However, we already know that the camera will be equipped with a completely new mount to which (again, that’s a rumor) we will be able to mount lenses with the brightness of up to f/0.95. The buyers of the new Nikon will not have to get rid of the F-mount lenses which they had used until now – such lenses will be fit for use with an adapter. We could certainly write much more – the Internet is full of speculations, but let’s wait patiently until the date of the premiere, which is only a month from now.
  8. Today we've got to know the details of a new Nikon camera - Coolpix P1000. P1000, apart from the typical functions, such as recording 4K videos, stands out since with the use of it we can photograph craters on the moon and top-secret objects on the sky over Area 51. 1). Nikon Coolpix P1000 A special feature of Nikon P1000 is the lens capable of 125× zooming, with the equivalent of 24 - 300mm and the light of f/2.8-8. The producer assures that thanks to these parameters we will be able to take photographs of craters on the moon. Coming back to earth, the camera has been designed for wildlife and airplane photographers as well as the photographers of other far-away objects which we cannot approach. The recipients of the camera should be also people who cannot afford a camera and a lens with similar parameters. 2). Nikon Coolpix P1000 Nikon Coolpix P1000 has been constructed based on 16MP 1/2.3'' CMOS sensor which makes it possible to do continuous shooting with the speed of 7f/s. Photographs can be saved in RAW format and videos can be recorded in 4K with the speed of 30f/s, and in Full HD with the speed of 60f/s. 3). Nikon Coolpix P1000 The viewfinder of Nikon P1000 has been constructed in OLED technology and it has 2.36MP resolution. The improvements for vloggers have also been introduced: the camera is equipped with a rotating LCD screen (not a touch one) and a microphone connector. Photographs and videos can be sent via WiFi and Bluetooth. The company's Snapbridge application, enabling, apart from data transfer, remote control of many of the camera's functions, is supposed to facilitate this process. 4). Nikon Coolpix P1000 Nikon Coolpix P1000 is not a small compact camera with a long lens. The camera has the dimensions of 146mm × 119mm × 181mm and it weighs 1415g. Thanks to these parameters, the camera will match full-size flash cameras. 5). Nikon Coolpix P1000 Nikon P1000 will be available on sale in September and it will cost $999. 6). Nikon Coolpix P1000 You can find full specification of new Nikon P1000 in our database and also you can pre-order this camera here.
  9. Here are the rumored Nikon mirrorless camera specifications from NikonRumors: Two full frame mirrorless cameras: one with 24-25MP and one with 45MP (48MP is also a possibility). Similar body size to the Sony a7 camera but with better ergonomics and a better grip. 5-axis in-body stabilization 9fps New mirrorless mount that will allow for f/0.95 lenses (see the NOCT trademark and f/0.9 lens patents). Memory cards: XQD and CF Express (ProGrade is coming with a CF Express card). EVF resolution: 3.6MP Initially, three lenses will be announced: 24-70mm, 35mm and 50mm. Pricing: The 45MP model will be around $4,000/€4,000 in a kit with the 24-70mm lens. The 25MP model will be under $3,000/€3,000 (also with a lens). via NikonRumors
  10. N1622 - Digital camera Made in Thailand Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed N1710 - Digital camera N1711 - Digital camera N1718 - Digital camera (made by Altek?) N1721 - Digital camera Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed AC adapter: EH-73P The same radio parts as A 300 and Key Mission 170 Made by Ability N16F1 - Remote controller Wire type: Bluetooth 4.1 + LE Battery: lithium battery CR 2032 N16H0 Dot site for camera via Nokishita
  11. Nikon has a new patent (P2018-77520A) filed on May 17th, 2018 for a folding lens with a shutter unit designed for mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (ILC):
  12. Nikon filed patents (P2018-72638A, P201872640A) for a 20mm f/2 full-frame lens designed for a curved image sensor: Focal length: 20mm Aperture: 2.0 Image height: 21.1 mm Half angle of view: 53.6
  13. Nikon’s 2018 financial results are out: profits are up (76.2% operating profit increase for the imaging business) while the number of sold cameras is down. The 2019 forecast is similar - similar profit is expected for the Nikon Imaging Products Business with a decrease in unit sales across the board due to continuous market shrinkage. via nikonrumors.com
  14. Nikon introduced a new D850 filmmaker's kit for the US market that includes: Nikon D850 camera ($3,296.95) AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED lens ($796.95) AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED lens ($526.95) AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G lens ($476.95) Spare EN-EL15a lithium-ion battery ($59.95) ME-1 stereo microphone ($134) ME-W1 wireless microphone set ($199) Atomos Ninja flame 7" recording monitor ($795) Custom foam inserts The price of the kit is $5,496.95 (pre-order at B&H Photo | Adorama | Amazon). The total price of all items included in the kit (without the foam inserts) is $6,285.75 - you will save $788.80 by purchasing the kit instead of the items separately.
  15. Amazon: Nikon D850 will be in stock on March 13th The Nikon D850 will be in stock at Amazon on March 13th according to an updated product listing - if you place an order today, you should get the camera next week.
  16. "I'm Back" is back on Kickstarter and it seems that this time they will hit their target of $24,830
  17. The Nikon D810a DSLR camera is currently listed as discontinued or on backorder at the top three US retailers:
  18. EasyCover Camera Cases for Nikon D850 Announced EasyCover announced new silicon cases for the Nikon D850 DLSR camera. Available in three different colors - EasyCover.eu
  19. In underwater photography, there is a saying that one can divide photographers into the ones who have already flooded their cameras and the ones which are going to. That’s why many people use cheap underwater housings at greater depths. Below, you can find photographs of the most advanced underwater housings for Nikon D850. 1). Nauticam NA-D850 2). Nauticam NA-D850 3). Aquatica AD850 4). Aquatica AD850 5). Isotta D850 6). Isotta D850 7). Nauticam NA-D850 8). Nauticam NA-D850 9). Sea & Sea MDX-D850 10). Sea & Sea MDX-D850
  20. Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 180-400mm f/4E TC 1.4 FL ED VR Lens to be Announced This Week This week for CES Nikon will announce the rumored AF-S NIKKOR 180-400mm f/4E TC 1.4 FL ED VR lens. Nokishita also confirmed the new lens on Twitter. There will be also two new accessories: HK-41 (lens hood) and LC-K103 (front lens cap). The pricing is still not known, but this lens will not be cheap - I expect to be around $9,00-$10,000 maybe even more. via Nikonrumors.com
  21. Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f4E TC1.4 FL ED VR is the first Nikon lens with a built-in teleconverter, which is the successor of the 200-400mm model. The lens is supposed to be used for sports and wildlife photography. After switching on the converter, the lens changes into the one with the focal length of 252-560mm. It of course reduces the brightness by one degree. After connecting to the cameras with the APS-C sensor, we get a much more interesting equivalent of focal length of 378-840mm. Unfortunately, then the lens is going to be darker. 1). Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f4E TC1.4 FL ED VR The optical system of the new 180-400mm f4E consists of 27 lenses placed in 19 groups. One of them is a fluorite one (the coating responsible for cleanliness) and 8 of them are low-dispersion ones. The lens is also supposed to be sharper than average and a minimum focus distance is 200mm. A 9-blade aperture and an effective system of vibration reduction with the effectiveness of 4EV has been used in the lens. Of course, in this class of lenses we have a possibility of switching between various modes. 2). Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f4E TC1.4 FL ED VR Conventionally, a quiet ultrasonic AF motor is responsible for focus adjustment. We can reduce the focus distance up to 6m with the use of a button on the body. With this lens we can also use inserting filters. This magnesium lens is neither compact nor light. Its weight is 3.5kg and it has the dimensions of 128×363mm. 3). Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f4E TC1.4 FL ED VR And the most interesting part… As one could expect, the lens is not cheap. It costs $12,399 and it’s going to be available in March. If you think that the price of this lens is cosmic, you should compare it to a slightly more expensive Leica Noctilux-M 75mm f/1.25 🙂
  22. Nikon's patent US20170261728 contains calculations for various mirrorless f/2.8-4 lenses designed for various sensor sizes (FX, DX, 2x crop factor and 1"): Nikon FX mirrorless lenses: 24-85mm f/2.8-4 24-105mm f/2.8-4 24-70mm f/2.8-4 Nikon DX mirrorless lenses: 16-60mm f/2.8-4 16-70mm f/2.8-4 16-50mm f/2.8-4 18-55mm f/2.8-4 Lenses for 2x crop factor: 12-40mm f/2.8-4 Lenses for 1" sensor: 9-35mm f/2.8-4 Among all these patents there is also a patent for a full frame 24-85mm f/2.8-4 DSLR lens. Next is another Nikon patent for a curved sensor and a matching 50mm f/2.8 lens (P2017-53887A): Another Nikon patent (P2017-216578A) describes a special arrangement to improve the phase-detection ability for the on-sensor PDAF: Nikon has a patent (US9774777) for a mirrorless camera but it's filed in 2016 so it is not clear if this is for their new mirrorless model or for the Nikon 1. The lens mount described has 12 contacts similar to the Nikon 1: Also interesting - Tamron filed patents for 300mm f/2.8, 400mm f/4 and 500mm f/4 telephoto lenses: via PhotoRumors
  23. Nikon do Brasil Ltda. announces the closure of e-commerce in Brazil
  24. What Brand of Camera Do You Use?
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