Tag Archives: CES 2014

CES 2014: Nikon captures 3D model of a person and inserts it into a video game

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  The 2014 CES  is now over. On the show’s floor Nikon had a 64 cameras setup for creating detailed 3D model of a person that was later inserted into a video game. The clips you are seeing are not post processed and are not displayed at full resolution. The total image size from the 64 cameras […]

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More Nikon D4s pictures and Nikon’s CES schedule of events

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In addition to the first Nikon D4s pictures I posted online last night, here are few more taken today at CES – the new camera looks identical to the D4 (as previously reported, the improvements will be marginal):

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Nikon announces the development of a new D4s camera *UPDATED*

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As previously reported, Nikon just announced the development of the D4s “HD-SLR” camera which will be on display at CES in Las Vegas (send me some pictures if you are going to the show). The new camera will have “enhanced image quality”, a new image-processing engine and “more advanced autofocusing performance” (pretty much what I […]

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Nikon D3300 camera announcement

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Nikon D3300 The Nikon D3300 DSLR camera is now officially announced. Here are the specs at a glance: 24.2MP sensor New new ultra-compact AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Compatible with the  WU-1a wireless adapter for online photo sharing EXPEED 4 that delivers up to 5 frames per second Easy Panorama Mode lets you pan across […]

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Nikon D3300 article prematurely published online: the camera has no AA filter

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There is always one: Tom’s Guide prematurely published their Nikon D3300 article online. The post is now removed, but you can still find it online. There are some new D3300 details and specifications:

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