Nikon has revealed the details behind the D4 their next-generation flagship DSLR camera. The full-frame DSLR improves upon the 2-year old D3s in every which way, including better image and video performance as well as new Ethernet and XQD memory card ports.
With its 14x zoom lens, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, in-lens anti-shake system, and a laundry list of automated modes, the Coolpix S8200 looks to be a great jack of all trades point-and-shoot camera. Let's dive in for more details.
Wanting to learn more about the Nikon 1 mirrorless system, we talked with Kimito Uemura, General Manager from the regional headquarters of Nikon Asia, about how the cameras were developed and where they're headed.
We all love compact cameras for their great portability, but most of them don't really zoom too far out. Could the Nikon Coolpix S9100 with its 18x optical zoom lens be the one we're waiting for?
The Nikon COOLPIX P500 is one of those cameras some used to call 'bridge' cameras, a category which existed between a standard compact and a DSLR camera. Find out how if its super-long optical zoom is good enough to make the grade.
The 16.2-megapixel Nikon D5100 promises D7000-like performance but in a smaller body and more affordable price. Does it deliver? See how it compares against its bigger sibling in this review.
The 14.1-megapixel Nikon COOLPIX S80 looks set to impress with a high ISO sensitivity of 6400 and a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen. Sounds impressive? Check the jump for more details.
Now this is one camera we've been waiting for. The Nikon D90 was one of Nikon's most popular DSLR cameras, both among enthusiasts and professionals. But it was also two years old and begging for a refresh. And here it is in the form of the D7000.
We took a spin at the show floor of the just concluded CP+ camera and photo imaging show and here are some highlights we've collated just for you.
Ever since the D40's debut in 2006, Nikon has been steadily releasing a cadre of entry-level basic DSLR cameras with attractively low prices. After the impressive D40 and D40x came the D3000, which introduced Guide mode for beginning DSLR users, but which also introduced high image noise. Can the D3100 do better than its predecessor?