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Nikon’s 100th anniversary commemorative products update

Some of the Nikon’s 100th anniversary commemorative products are already in stock at B&H and Adorama. The first batch of Nikon D5 and D500 limited editions cameras were already received by dealers in Europe. The popular 100th anniversary miniature Nikon F camera is now shipping to existing pre-orders but is currently out of stock (thanks for […]

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Nikon D5 100th anniversary edition camera delayed till August

Nikon Japan issued a notice today that the Nikon D5 100th-anniversary edition camera was delayed. The reason given was “as it takes time to final adjust the product”. The new shipping date is early August 2017. The price of the D5 10o years edition is $7999.95 (Adorama |B&H). The rest of the Nikon 100th anniversary products are […]

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Nikon is 100 years old today

In many parts of the world it’s already July 25th – the day Nikon turns 100 years old. Nikon issued a press release with a message from the President of the company Kazuo Ushida: For the past 100 years, consumer demand has called for convenient products that enhance daily life, and Nikon answered with its manufacturing skill and […]

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Seven “Nikon Firsts”

1. The first NIKKOR lens: Aero NIKKOR 18cm f/4.5 (first appearance of NIKKOR trademark, an abbreviation of NIPPON Kogaku, as it appeared in 1932). 2. The Original Nikon – the first “Nikon” camera released in Japan, in March 1948.

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Enjoy this new 100 years anniversary video from Nikon

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Chasseurs d’Images interviews the president of Nikon France *UPDATED*

A few weeks ago the French magazine “Chasseurs d’Images” published an interview with Benoit Dieuleveult, President of Nikon France. After some readers helped me with the translation (thanks), here are the most interesting parts of the interview:

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