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New Kickstarter project promises digital back for Nikon 35mm film cameras

There is a new project on Kickstarter that promises a low cost digital back for 35mm analog cameras:

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The Nikon D850 makes a nice doorstop

The Nikon D850 makes a nice doorstop 🙂 For the full story behind this cameras, please see this post: The story behind the Nikon D850 doorstop (or how I destroyed a D850 camera in Alaska) Pictures via Stavangerfoto

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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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This Nikon collection can be yours for $53k

The pictured above Nikon collections is currently listed for sale on eBay for $53k. The collection includes several new and unopened items. Recently there was another Nikon collection listed for sale for a similar price. Additional pictures:

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Nikon creates the biggest human camera to celebrate their centenary (included in the Guinness Book of World Records)

Nikon created the biggest human camera to celebrate their centenary (previously reported here). The photo made it to the Guinness Book of World Records as the “largest human image of a camera”. The event was created in collaboration between Nital and Media Italia. Additional details can be found here. Press release:

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This Nikon D500 camera still works after getting destroyed by a German Shepherd named Rex

The Belgian photo store PCH sent me this story of a Nikon D500 camera being chewed by a German Shepherd named Rex. While some of the plastic is gone, the dog could not damage the magnesium alloy frame and the camera is still working as you can see in the video:

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