A reader of Dutch magazine Focus spotted the Nikon D600 featured in a Nikon SLR/iLC line-up advertisement by an Italian dealer in Milan(o). The listing puts the D600 right next to other full-frame models in the Nikon range, the D800 and D700. Read More »
Nikon 1 J2 camera is expected to announced by Nikon in Mid-August. Along with the J2 are some new mirrorless accessories, including an underwater housing. Read More »
N-Photo posted on their Facebook page the first image of the Nikkor 800mm f/5.6 lens. The AF-S Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens was just announced two weeks ago. Read More »
Several days ago, we posted about Nikon D800’s left focusing problem. Today Ming Thein reported that his D800E problem was fixed by NPS: Read More »
As previously rumored, Nikon Japan announced the new super-telephoto 800mm, fixed focal length lens to the lineup of NIKKOR lenses. This lens will offer a fixed focal length of 800 mm, a maximum aperture of f/5.6, and will be fully compatible with Nikon FX-format cameras. This lens is scheduled to be on display at Photokina 2012 this September. Read More »
Nikon will announce a new AF-S Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens between now and Photokina (September 2012). You can see the patent for this lens here. Read More »
Ming Thein mentioned on his blog that Nikon already has an internal fix for the D800/D800E asymmetric left focusing issue: Read More »
In last several weeks, there were a lot of rumors about next new DSLR Nikon D600. Cameraegg tracked all rumors of D600, such as leaked images, specs, price, D600 accessories and more. You can also follow Nikon D600 on Facebook to get news update.
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Nikon D600 Leaked Images
Leaked images of Nikon D600 are from a Chinese website xitek.com . See more leaked iamges here.
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Nikon’s 18-55mm f/4-5.6 lens patent 2012123118 appears to be for a mirrorless APS-C camera. The Nikon 1 system has a sensor smaller than APS-C. Patents do not guarantee new product introductions, but almost every new lens form the past few years has been patented first.
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