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Seven new Nikon cameras and one Speedlight registered at the Indonesian communications agency

The Indonesian communications agency Postel has new registrations for seven new digital cameras and one Speedlight (SB-5000) that will be announced in early 2016. All new models have Nxxxx code names, but based on previous rumors, I believe those are the new compact and action cameras since the D5 will most likely be made in Japan […]

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What to expect from Nikon in early 2016


Here is another updated “what to expect” list: Nikon D5 Nikon Wireless Transmitter WT-6 & Nikon Speedlight SB-5000 Three new Nikon compact cameras with 1″ sensor and different focal lengths Three new Nikon extreme/action cameras Replacements for the S33 and S9900 Coolpix compact cameras (Coolpix A10 & A100?) New photo sharing app Update: forgot to mention the new […]

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Nikon Coolpix A10 and A100 camera manuals leaked online

Nikon Coolpix A10 camera

The manuals of two new, not yet announced compact cameras are now available online: Nikon Coolpix A10 (16MP, 2.7″ LCD screen) Nikon Coolpix A100 (20MP, 2.7″ LCD screen, image stabilization)

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Nikon has not given up on Coolpix cameras – at least two new models to be released in 2016

Nikon Coolpix S33 camera

  In 2016 Nikon will announce replacements for the S33 and S9900 Coolpix compact cameras. The S33 refresh will come with built-in Wi-Fi, while the next S9900 version will have a tilt screen.

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Rumors: Nikon to announce three new extreme/action cameras in 2016


I have already reported multiple times in the past about a new “secret” Nikon product that will most likely connect to a smartphone. Here is a quote from my post few months ago: “This could also be a new Nikon action/extreme camera (like the GoPro) or a 360 degrees camera (like the Ricoh Theta)”. Note: the two pictures […]

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