Category Archives: Weird

Additional information on the low light Nikon DSLR camera

  The tw0 low light pictures I published two days ago were not taken with a new camera, but with a new sensor if this makes any sense: the new sensor was installed inside a Nikon D750 test mule/body without any specific markings on the outside. The sensor had 20MP resolution (full frame) and was […]

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Pictures reportedly taken with a new Nikon D7xx full frame DSLR camera with incredible low light capabilities

A Swedish photographer claims that the two photos he posted on his Facebook page were taken with a new Nikon D7** full frame DSLR camera that has some incredible low light performance. The new camera should be released in 2017. The first picture was supposedly taken in a pitch black forest at night:

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Rare Nikon goodies at Grays of Westminster

This video from Matt Granger has enough cool Nikon stuff to get its own post and not be part of the upcoming Weekly Nikon News Flash – check out all the rare Nikon goodies at the Grays of Westminster store in London:

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Happy Halloween!

Check out DIYphotography for all the details on this fully functional Nikon camera Halloween costume created by photographer Bryan Troll:

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This is probably the biggest Nikon pin and clasps collection in the world

Fabrizio Belardetti sent me few updated pictures of his Nikon pins and clasps collection, probably the biggest one in the world: a total of 168 pins and 45 clasps (see previous post from 2015):

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You can still buy a brand new Nikon D300s camera today

Nikon D300s… the good old times. Well, you can still buy a brand new Nikon D300s DSLR camera from B&H for $1,199 (D300s was selling for $1799.95 when announced back in 2009. Note that this is an imported model that will not come with US warranty (gray market D300s can now be repaired by third party US […]

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