Category Archives: Nikon D400

Nikon cannot give a straight answer on their DX strategy

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Maybe is the translation or maybe is just me, but I cannot make any sense from the answers Nikon representatives gave to dpreview during an interview at the CP+ show that just got published online today – see for yourself:

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Nikon D400 spotted on Facebook: real or fake?

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Update: this is the Nikon D200 – false alarm. Sorry, I should have known. I have not done one of those “real of fake” posts for a long time. Take a look at this picture of Italian photographer Sergio Derosas holding a Nikon D400 camera. Real or fake? For comparison, here is a picture of […]

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The latest PhotoRumors headlines for Nikon shooters

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While waiting for the D750 announcement, check out the latest headlines from PhotoRumors – they are all relevant also for Nikon shooters: Tamron rumored to announce a new 15-30mm f/2.8 full frame lens tomorrow SanDisk announced the world’s highest capacity SD memory card (512GB) Zeiss Otus 85mm f/1.4 Apo Planar T* lens reviews Canon 7D Mark […]

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What to expect from Nikon in the next few months

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This is an updated post on what to expect from Nikon in the next few months: Nikon 1 V3 A new Nikon 1 V3 camera will be announced this week. On several occasions in the past Nikon confirmed that they are still committed to their mirrorless line, even after disappointing sales from Europe and the US. Here are the rumored […]

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Two interviews with Nikon executives at the 2014 CP+ show

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Imaging-resource and dpreview published their CP+ interviews with Nikon executives who successfully avoided answering any questions about future products/developments. Here is a brief recap of the main points from both interviews:

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