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Nikon KeyMission 360 camera continues to record while being chewed by a tiger (video)

To start your Friday, here is a video of a tiger chewing a Nikon KeyMission 360 camera ($496.95) recorded by RSE Photography (Facebook | Instagram| Twitter): “After capturing some great images of the Sumatran tigers, we decided to try and get some 360 footage of the big cats eating their food. We put the Nikon KM360 about […]

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New Yahoo Japan article about Nikon

Yesterday Yahoo Japan published an article about Nikon. The Google translation is hard to understand, but here are the main points:

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Nikon releases firmware updates for KeyMission 80, D600, D610 and D750 cameras

Nikon released new firmware updates for the KeyMission 80 ($276.95), D600 (discontinued), D610 ($1,496.95) and D750 ($1,796.95) cameras:

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Nikon KeyMission 360/170 utility version 1.0.3 released

Nikon released KeyMission 360/170 utility version 1.0.3. Changes from version 1.0.2 to 1.0.3:

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Nikon released new KeyMission 170 firmware and software updates (NX-D, ViewNX-i, Camera Control Pro, Picture Control Utility)

Nikon released a new firmware update for the KeyMission 170 camera ($396.95) and new updates for the different software packages: KeyMission 170 Firmware Version 1.2 Capture NX-D Version 1.4.5 Camera Control Pro 2 Version 2.25.0 Picture Control Utility 2 Version 2.3.0 ViewNX-i Version 1.2.7 ViewNX-i & Capture NX-D Version 1.17.010 Additional information:

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Dpreview calls the Nikon KeyMission 360 camera “a sphere of frustration”

Dpreview reviewed the Nikon KeyMission 360 camera ($496.95) and while they liked the hardware, they did not have anything good to say about the software – they called it “a sphere of frustration” and described having the urge to throw the camera across the room:

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