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Nikon Micro-NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G Lens

Posted in Nikon by Conner Flynn on July 12th, 2011

Nikon is offering a new prime lens to its Nikon DX-format range of lenses with the new Nikon AF-S-DX-Micro-NIKKOR-40mm-f-2.8G-Lens. It has a minimum focusing distance of just 0.53 feet (6.4 inches) allowing you to take extreme close-up photographs along with HD video in a life-size 1:1 reproduction ratio.

The Micro-NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G Lens weighs just 9 ounces and has a natural focal length of 35mm viewing angle – 60mm optic and large f/2.8 aperture. It will hit stores next month for about $279.

Nikon D5100 kit arrives early at Best Buy for $900

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

The upcoming Nikon D5100 has just hit the shelves at Best Buy a few days early. That’s great news for those of you who have been drooling and waiting for this bad boy. The mid-range DSLR kit is now available online or in Best Buy stores for $900.

Nikon should start shipping body-only options soon as well. Amazon is already taking pre-orders for $800. The accompanying ME-1 external mic will arrive on April 21st. Better go hit up Best Buy.

Nikon announces Coolpix S80 compact camera

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2010

Nikon has announced the S80 compact camera, a 14-megapixel shooter powered by Nikon’s Expeed C2 image processor. Nikon has gone so far as to include a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen with the S80. You can expect the Coolpix S80 to arrive this fall for $329.95 in red, black, blue, pink, gold, and silver/brown.

Some of the specifications of the S80 include that 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen display, 14-megapixels image sensor, Expeed C2 image processor, 720p HD movie recording, Stereo microphone and a 5x zoom.

Nikon unveils new P7000 point and shoot digital camera

Posted in Nikon by Shane McGlaun on September 8th, 2010

Nikon has pulled the wraps off a new digital camera today called the P7000. The new camera is a high-end point-and-shoot for the advanced user that might want a smaller camera than a DSLR to take sometimes.

The camera has 10.1MP image sensors and a 7.1x optical zoom lens with ED glass elements. The rear LCD is a 3-inch 9201K dot unit and the camera has an optical viewfinder. The P7000 can shoot 720p HD video with stereo sound and has an HDMI output. The lens has 5-way vibration reduction image stabilization.

Nikon drops new S1100pj digital camera

Posted in Nikon by Shane McGlaun on August 17th, 2010


Nikon has gone official with its latest digital camera that offers an integrated projector. This is the second camera from Nikon to wrap a projector into the case for showing off pictures and videos.

The new camera is called the Coolpix S1100pj and it has a projector module that is 40% brighter than its predecessor with 14 lumens of brightness. The camera also has a built-in stand for watching the projected images from across the room. The camera also has USB connectivity.

Specs for new Nikon D3100 DSLR surface

Posted in Nikon by Shane McGlaun on July 16th, 2010

Nikon is one of the biggest names in digital cameras and makes a popular line of DSLR cameras and point-and-shoot cameras as well. A new entry-level DSLR camera is coming to market called the D3100 with one very impressive new feature.

The big new feature is that the camera has continuous auto focus in video recording mode and in live view mode. The camera will also have a new auto focus point configuration covering a large portion of the viewfinder.

Nikon Lens Coffee Thermos

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2010

It took the competition long enough, but at last you can have a Nikon lens coffee thermos to match that Canon thermos we showed you awhile back. These thermos’ are the only safe way to get hot Coffee from a camera lens.

This Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8 thermos is available for preorder now. The camera lens thermos wars are certainly heating up. Just don’t get confused and try to put it on your camera. That could literally be a hot mess.

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Lego Nikon IR remote

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2010

Who says camera gear has to all look the same. If you want to add some geeky style into your picture taking world, check this out. It looks nothing like camera gear. Instead it looks like a Lego creation.

Because that is what it is. This person has jammed a compact IR remote for his sister’s Nikon into a simple yellow Lego brick. Your subjects won’t know what to think when you use this in your next photo shoot.

Nikon Pro Battery Grip keeps your DSLR running

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

NikonWhen your Digital camera runs out of juice at the worst possible moment, it’s enough to make you want to scream. The Nikon Battery Grip can help. It holds six AA batteries which can be used to power your Nikon D200 through an adapter.

If you are a serious camera user, this one is a no brainer. Why chance missing out on that perfect picture? The Nikon Battery Grip will retail for £99.59 and save you a ton of frustration.

Nikon unveils P90 point-and-shoot digital camera

Posted in Nikon by Shane McGlaun on February 4th, 2009

Nikon P90Many consumers don’t want to bother with a big and expensive DSLR camera. What most users want is a camera that is compact and easy to use with great image quality. Nikon has unveiled several new point-and-shoot digital cameras this week including the P90.

The P90 boasts a massive 24x zoom lens with a focal range equating to 26mm to 624mm. The camera offers 12.1-megapixels of resolution with sensor shift VR image stabilization to prevent blurry shots at super-high levels of zoom.

Geek cakes revisited: Another 25 geek cakes

Posted in Lists by Conner Flynn on December 12th, 2008

Indiana Jones Golden Idol CakeA few weeks ago, we took a look at some pretty awesome geek cakes. Although we don’t necessarily promote tooth decay or stomachaches, here’s 25 more. All great confectionery nerd works of art, each and every one. Click through for a visual sugar rush.

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Nikon debuts D3x DSLR camera

Posted in Nikon by Shane McGlaun on December 1st, 2008

Nikon D3xNikon is one of the biggest names in digital cameras and offers a wide range of products from the low-cost point-and-shoot digital camera to high-end DSLR cameras that run several thousand dollars each. With a huge product range, Nikon caters to amateur and professional photographers alike.

The firm has unveiled its latest DSLR camera today called the Nikon D3x. The camera boasts a massive 24.5-megapixel sensor. The camera offers an ISO range of ISO 100 to 1600 that is extendable down to ISO 50 and up to ISO 6400. Auto focus uses a 51-point system and the camera has a 3-inch rear LCD.

Nikon multimedia Wi-Fi Headset with 8GB & a browser

Posted in Nikon by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2008

Nikon multimedia Wi-Fi Headset with 8GB & a browserHere’s an odd one from Nikon, but it’s no camera. The Media Port UP300 and UP300x video headset aims to be a wearable computer. The device basically looks like a pair of headphones with a small display, but has some nice specs. It features up to 8GB of flash memory for videos, music and file storage, Wi-Fi, and even, get this, a full internet browser.

The 300x model, even sports motion control. Browsing may be a challenge, who knows. You can also use the Wi-Fi connection to download audio and video content directly. The 300x will cost you $587. Looks like we are now on our way to becoming the Borg. If the next one requires that you dock yourself in a borg ship, I’m heading for the hills.

Nikon rolls out anticipated D90 with HD video recording

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on August 26th, 2008

Nikon D90

Nikon just launched its new D90 digital SLR, which has been highly anticipated for its ability to let photographers take great shots as well as record HD movie clips with sound. This 12.3-megapixel shooter will be available for around $1,000 for the body only or around $1,300 with an included AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens.

The D90 lets users record HD movie clips (1280 x 720) with sound at up to 24 frames per second. Users can record movie clips onto an inserted SD / SDHC card, created as Motion JPEG AVI files, and play them back on larger screens via HDMI output. Key camera features of this new Nikon camera include a three-inch display, a burst rate of up to 4.5 frames per second, an 11-point auto focus (AF) system tied to scene recognition and face detection technologies, typical battery life offering typically up to 850 shots and a playback function which lets users show their images in either four, nine or 72 thumbnail images.

New Nikon flagship Coolpix camera does geo-tagging

Posted in Coolpix by Nino Marchetti on August 10th, 2008

Nikon Coolpix P6000

Among the Nikon cameras announced in the last week, the one perhaps standing out the most is this new flagship Coolpix compact camera. It is the Nikon Coolpix P6000 and you’ll be able to pick one up for around $500.

The Nikon Coolpix P6000 is a 13.5-megapixel shooter which offers up “geo-tagging” capabilities via built-in GPS. With this particular function one can note the “location where their images are captured based on latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates.” This can reportedly then be tied into any software or website that recognizes GPS data, including Nikon’s “my Picturetown” service.


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