One of the upcoming Nikon lenses is rumored to be an ultra wide angle or a fisheye lens


One of the upcoming five Nikkor lenses this year is rumored to be a full frame ultra wide angle or a fisheye lens, probably something similar to the Canon 11-24mm f/4 or Canon 8-15mm f/4.

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New Nikon advertisement campaign: “Love Letters from the N Line”

Update: here are two pictures of the new Nikon advertising campaign in NYC (thanks Spy Black):

Nikon Inc. Proclaims Its Love For New York City Through New Love Letters Campaign

Kicking off with “Love Letters from the N Line,” Nikon’s Newest Campaign Celebrates the Things We Love About New York City Through Amazing Images and Invites Others to Share the Love Using #NikonLoveNY

NEW YORK, NY – Today, Nikon Inc. unveiled its new “Love Letters” campaign which features open letters to the residents of New York City, highlighting some of the reasons why we love New York and inspiring people to share their love for the city that never sleeps. Evoking the traditional concept of the love letter but on a grander scale, the campaign will feature a variety of stunning images and curated love notes that highlight the city’s diversity, showcase its exhilarating energy and celebrate the sights and sounds that are distinctly New York City. The campaign creative includes vibrant images, taken with Nikon cameras, that truly capture the city and those that call it home in incredible image quality, vivid colors and stunning detail that Nikon cameras and NIKKOR lenses are known for. Nikon’s “Love Letters” will also encourage New Yorkers to share their own beautiful images and affection for their city through social media, using #NikonLoveNY. Participants’ images dedicated website: www.NikonLoveNY.com.

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Weekly Nikon news flash #410


New focal reducer lens adapter announced - it mounts Nikon F-mount lenses on Fujifilm X cameras.


→ Sigma 85mm f/1.4 HSM DG ART lens ($1,199) for Nikon F mount tested at Photozone:

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Another new Nikon camera registered at the Indonesian Communications Agency POSTEL


A new Nikon camera was registered today at the Indonesian Communications Agency POSTEL under the code name N16D3. We also still have the N1546 and N1610 cameras that have been registered for a while and are not yet officially announced. Basically, we are expecting three new cameras from Nikon in the next few months.

Update: the Nikon Coolpix AW130 and P900 cameras are made in Indonesia.

Via Nokishita

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Big price drop on refurbished Nikon lenses


Adorama dropped the price on many of their refurbished Nikkor lenses - in some instances up to $2,000 off (compare with the prices from March 1st)

Refurbished Nikon gear is sold at: AmazonB&HAdoramaeBayCameta Camera and BuyDig.

Refurbished Nikon gear comes with a 90 days warranty.

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Astro-landscape time lapse photography

Astro-landscape time lapse photography by Jason Chu (Facebook | 500px | Instagram)

Greetings [NR] readers, my name is Jason Chu (otherwise known as “theinfinitypoint” on Disqus) and I’ve been a reader of Nikon Rumors for a very long time. Today I want to share with everyone some of the work I’ve created with my Nikon cameras, specifically my astro-landscape time lapse videos shot at astronomical observatories (videos are below). Being a Hawai`i-based astronomer, I have special access to the world’s leading ground-based observatories on the mountain of Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawai`i. While I would love to discuss my astronomical research and what sort of data we collect, use, and analyze, that would make this post too long!

Panoramic photo of Mauna Kea at sunset as seen from neighboring volcano Mauna Loa, showing its gradual slopes, and the clouds far below its summit. The shadow of Mauna Kea can be seen rising on the very right side. Side note: I have many, many, many more awesome photos of Mauna Kea that I’d love to show, but I’ll have to defer them to a future guest post 🙂

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