Monthly Archives: October 2011

Nikon at the PDN PhotoPlus Expo 2011 in New York

Throughout the day I will be uploading pictures from the PDN PhotoPlus Expo 2011 in New York to this flickr set:

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Nikon interested in buying webOS from HP?

          According to this post by SlashGear, webOS is not dead yet and there is interest from several companies, including Nikon, to buy the mobile operating system from HP: It also continues the confusion as to what HP plans to do with webOS, which it had initially insisted that it would […]

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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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The rumored D800 delay is not Nikon’s fault

I guess some [NR] followers have not read my previous posts or just failed to realize the seriousness of the situation in Thailand which was probably the reason for the Nikon D800 announcement delay. You cannot really blame Nikon or [NR] for that. Here is a quick recap of my posts from the past few weeks: October […]

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The state of the Nikon D800

Since there were no significant leaks up till now, I would say that the Nikon D800 will not be announced this week. Pretty much all the information I have been receiving in the past few days says the same thing – the D800 announcement is postponed (including digicame-inf0 who first mentioned the October 26th announcement date). If something changes in the […]

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Weekly Nikon news flash #133

New spotting scope adapter from Kenko (see this related guest post from few days ago): Check Amazon for pricing Several photography websites were invited to visit the Nikon 1 factory in China. They were not allowed to take pictures and could only publish images given to them by Nikon: Nikon lenses explained: Non-AI, AI, AI-S, and […]

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