The latest Nikon patents

→ In October 2017 Nikon filed a patent for a what appears to be a new mirrorless mount (Z-mount?). It’s interesting to note that the Nikon 1 mirrorless mount also had 12 electronic contacts.

→ Next is another recently filed Nikon patent application for a 6mm f/2 lens (not a full frame lens from what I could tell):

  • focal length: 6.511
  • aperture: 2.0
  • half angle of view: 42.06°
  • image hight: 5.6
  • total length: 7.928

→ Nikon has a patent (P6237045) for an image sensor equipped with ADC (analog-to-digital converter) on each pixel.

→ Another Nikon patent (P6264284) describes on-sensor phase detection system using a quad-pixel array.

→ Nikon also has a patent to speed up the mirror flip-up speed in DSLR cameras.

→ Digital camera with built-in email client.

A different Nikon patent for a connected camera.

→ Another Backside illumination sensor (BSI) patent from Nikon.

→ Another Nikon dual pixel sensor patent (pictured: array of focus detection pixels).

→ I also spotted a Nikon patent online for camera and lens with built-in biometric sensors.

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