Dpreview interview with Nikon: customers ask us for a DX mirrorless camera, we listen to our customers…




During the 2019 CP+ show Dpreview interviewed three Nikon managers (Mr. Naoki Kitaoka, Department Manager of the UX Planning Department, Mr. Takami Tsuchida, Sector Manager of the Marketing Sector inside Nikon's Imaging Business Unit and Mr. Hiroyuki Ishigami, Section Manager of the Product Planning Section IL, UX Planning Department). Here is the recap of the interview:

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Weekly Nikon news flash #515


→ New LEE100 filter holder system announced: Adorama and B&H.


→ The Meike MK-85mm f/2.8 macro lens for Nikon F-mount is now in stock.


→ After the last firmware update, the DJI Ronin-S handheld 3-axis gimbal stabilizer now works with the Nikon Z6 camera:

"Added photo capture, video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Nikon Z6 cameras with supported Nikkor lenses. To use autofocus on the Nikon Z6 , press halfway down on the gimbal’s camera control button"


→ The new Tokina Opera 16-28mm F/2.8 FX full-frame DSLR lens is now in stock.


Canon EOS R camera tested at DxOMark (compared with Nikon Z6/Z6).

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Nikon SnapBridge 2.5.4 “how to” digitutor videos


Nikon SnapBridge 2.5.4 "how to" digitutor videos:

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Photographing ice hockey with the Nikon Z6



Photographing ice hockey with the Nikon Z6 is by Joseph Nuzzo:

Nikon is making headlines all over with the introduction of its first set of full frame digital cameras that we have come to know as the Z6 & Z7. All over I’ve seen questions on blogs and social media sites debating if these cameras are good enough for professional level work.

I am lucky enough to work freelance for a New York based newspaper and get to cover NHL hockey and major concerts in the New York area. Recently, I purchased a Nikon Z6 camera with the hopes that I would be able to use it for shooting these types of events. I quickly put it to work shooting some smaller NY area concerts and the results were stellar.

But could it shoot pro sports? Recently while assigned to shoot a NY Islanders hockey game I decided to put the Z6 to the test.

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Catch-as-catch-can New Zealand travel photography with the Nikon 1 J5 and Nikon 1 V3 cameras

Catch-as-catch-can New Zealand travel photography with the Nikon 1 J5 and Nikon 1 V3 cameras by Thomas Stirr (check out also his previous [NR] guest posts, there could be one or two images taken with the D800):

New Zealand is on the bucket list of many photographers for good reason. The country contains a wealth of varied and interesting scenery on its two main islands. It is a reasonably easy country to navigate in terms of a self-drive experience. And, its people are warm and hospitable. My wife and I have had the good fortune to be able to travel to New Zealand a number of times over the past few years, and have enjoyed each of our journeys. We chronicled our travels in one of our recent photography eBooks, New Zealand Tip-to-Tip.

Our approach to travel photography is best described as ‘catch-as-catch-can’. We preplan our route and book all of our rooms well in advance. We then take each day as it comes, trying to do the best we can with whatever road and weather conditions we happen to face. This article shares a selection of our images captured at some of our favourite locations in New Zealand.

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What should Nikon put in their next flagship DSLR camera – the D6?


What should the Nikon D6 be by Darren Cassar:

We are all eagerly waiting for Nikon to reveal their new D6 DSLR flagship camera. This is a list from somebody that has used the D5, D850 and other Nikon bodies for events ranging from weddings to sports for both video and photos:

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