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New images from space captured with Nikon D3S

You can see the rest of the images here (credit: NASA). The full press release after the break:

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Nikon D3s in stock now

UPDATE: all gone – Amazon now says “In stock on May 31, 2010”. Amazon UK still has it in stock. Amazon has 4 left in stock – this will not last long:

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Nikon D3s, “the unicorn”

Today even Engadget chimed in on the lack of Nikon D3s stock in various stores and this the official word they got from a Nikon spokesman: “A company spokesperson has told us this week that there’s nothing more to blame than extraordinary demand, seeing how a single factory produces units for the entire world” The […]

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Nikon D3S firmware update 1.01

What was fixed: – Movie recording specifications have been modified as follows and an issue that, in some rare cases, caused movie playback to appear to have stopped has been resolved. – When exposure preview is enabled in live view tripod mode, information + histogram display is possible, but the histogram is no longer displayed […]

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Flashback: Possible Nikon D3s sighting in Barcelona (video)

Update: you can see some more shots of the making of the video here. Remember this report from Barcelona before the Nikon D3s announcement. Yes, this was a D3s. Take a look at the last picture – the model with the black dress. Now, watch the video: The video was produced by the German Nikon Professional Services […]

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The “Lord of Darkness” goes to space (Nikon D3s)

A week ago NR reported about NASA buying new Nikon D3s cameras (aka “The Lord of Darkness”) and some lenses (Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED). Today Nikon made it all official: “The D3S digital SLR cameras and AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lenses ordered by NASA will be carried on the Space Shuttle and used to […]

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