Top 10 NikonRumors posts for August 2016

Nikon (NPS) stockpile at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games 1 Nikon-AF-S-Nikkor-105mm-f1.4E-ED-lens Nikon AF-S Nikkor 105mm f:1.4E ED lens
Nikon D3400 DSLR camera Marching Fawn Nikon-AF-S-Nikkor-105mm-f1.4E-ED-lens-label
Nikon Nikkor AF-S 105mm f:1.4E ED vs DC-Nikkor AF 105mm f:2D lens comparison Nikon-D750-camera-starts-shipping Nikon-AF-S-Nikkor-105mm-f1.4E-ED-lens
These are the top 10 most visited NikonRumors posts for August, 2016:

  1. Nikon (NPS) stockpile at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
  2. Nikon 105mm f/1.4E ED lens caught out in the wild, two sample photos included
  3. More photos taken with the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED lens
  4. Nikon D3300 vs D3400 specifications comparison
  5. Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E vs. Nikkor 300mm f/4E PF – a review and comparison
  6. More sample photos taken with the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED lens
  7. Nikon Nikkor AF-S 105mm f/1.4E ED vs DC-Nikkor AF 105mm f/2D lens comparison
  8. Strange new $300 price drop on the Nikon D750 camera at
  9. Nikon AF-S Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED lens now shipping, first unboxing video
  10. High Iso portraits from the Omo valley in Ethiopia with the Nikon D5

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  • manattan

    Nikon at the Olympics came in at number 1. Admin should consider another post perhaps about some of the Olympic images taken with Nikon gear.

  • Aldo

    What we need is someone at nikon who is willing to lose their jobs so we can get some good old leaks which we havent for quite some time now.

    • TwoStrayCats

      Nikon does a better job at keeping secrets than the CIA.

  • Peter

    The most commented post for August was the D3300 vs. D3400 comparison. Slow news month only some weeks before Photokina…

  • Tom Taubert

    Let’s roll. Apple, a $500B dollar company has a product that produces a majority of it’s profits. The iphone of course. The most used feature is the camera (shot on iphone). Apple is said to have 800 engineers working on the camera section of the iphone7 that has dual lenses (permitting 3d mapping, improved low light response, etc). So what’s a little $6B dollar Nikon to do?
    Nikons entry level cameras (dslr or p&s), lenses do not feel like a high quality item. The UI is confusing. Branding (I am Nikon) wit out High Quality is a sure fire loser.

    • MonkeySpanner

      The UI is not confusing – to photographers. Nikon sells cameras – not smart phones. Smart phones will never be able to do what cameras can do – with the ease and speed of use. Unfortunately for Nikon – most of the world is happy with their smart phones and do not wish to buy a real camera. Oh well – – what to do. Most people really like the output of DSLRs in the hands of a skilled photographer – but do not wish to put in the effort to do it themselves and are happy with crappy, blurry images.

      • Tom Taubert

        My comment, which was out of focus, was only with regards to smart phone users that may want to step up to an entry level dslr. UI design is driven by user experimentation for most apps. So wildly swiping and pushing at the screen is the norm: designed for toddlers. I would like to see Nikon stay in business. They need their entry level products to sell. So I have the same question — what to do?
        Tomorrow is Apple’s big day. I’m sure they will tout their phone/camera as the new wave in the photographic arts.

  • What the bloody hell is going on with a proper D810 replacement?

    • JJ168

      Nikon is working on beating canon 5d4 in every way as now the production spec is announced.

      • TwoStrayCats

        Its called the D5x: the second flagship camera. I know – I can’t let it go.

        • Morten Bejlegård List

          Are you sure about that, cos im about to explode..I really hope a new fucker is arriving

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