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What Nikon camera is that

This screenshot of a Nikon DSLR camera was taken from BMW’s Facebook page. As far as I know Nikon never had such a model in their line-up. This is either a new, unannounced camera or a photoshop job.

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Nikon to start producing pharmaceutical and cosmetic products?


Nikon Corporation added an amendment to their Articles of Incorporation to “Manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals, quasi-pharmaceutical products and cosmetics”. Few months ago Fujifilm also announced the introduction of their own skin care/beauty product line – maybe this is the new trend for Japanese camera manufacturers?

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Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 fisheye lens mounted on a Nikon D800 (video)


This exotic Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 lens can actually see behind itself. Watch this video for more information:

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This is why you should not buy your camera at Target

Thanks Aldo!

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How Nikon got its name


In case you didn’t know: Via Buzzfeed

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Who wants a Nikon lens speaker?

You can already have your coffee in one of the many Nikon lens mugs. Now you can also listen to music from this new Nikon lens speaker. This “musical” Nikkor AF-S 55-200mm lens can play tunes from a cell phone or computer line-in connection and supports also Micro SD/TF memory card. It has a built-in battery that […]

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Nikon cameras at WestLicht Photographica Auction

Sorry, I forgot to include this material in my weekly links post: During the exclusive Westilicht auction that took place on December 4th, two Nikon cameras made it to the top 3 most expensive cameras sold – a Nikon F3 NASA from 1986 and a Nikon S2-E both sold for 168,000EUR (around 225,000 USD). The first and second […]

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