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This Nikon DSLR is perfect for beginners

If you're getting serious about photography, this Nikon DSLR is a perfect place to start        

Nikon Establishes Demonstration facility for non-destructive inspection and non-contact 3D metrology systems in Japan

Nikon Instech, a subsidiary company of Nikon today announced the establishment of a demonstration facility in Sakae-ku, Yokohama City, to expand product awareness and increase sales of the non-destructive inspection and non-contact.. The...Show More Summary

Nikon's Photomicrography contest puts spectacular science under the microscope

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Moldy tomatoes, mating beetles and fractured credit cards are just a few things revealed in amazing detail by the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. The science-focused photography contest applies a microscope to much of...Show More Summary

The Nikon D850 has the first DSLR sensor to score 100 points on DxOMark

It probably wasn’t going to be much of a surprise for the new Nikon D850 to do rather well on DxOMark. The pixel peeper’s favourite website rates it as being the best overall sensor on the market, scoring it at a pretty perfect 100.Show More Summary

Canon full frame mirrorless cameras with new sensor coming in 2018, reports say

After Nikon has officially announced their full frame mirrorless camera, it seems it’s time for Canon now. Website Canon Rumors collected some interesting statements from trusted sources, suggesting that Canon will be launching a new mirrorless camera in late 2018. Show More Summary

Winning photos of 2017 Nikon Small World competition are spectacular

We’ve recently seen the fascinating micro-worlds in the winning videos of Nikon Small World in Motion competition. Now there are also the results of 2017 Nikon Small World photo contest, and they are simply amazing. Some photos come from scientific labs and show a colorful world of bacteria, algae or cells. Show More Summary

2017 Nikon Small World Winners

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

The winners have been announced in the 43rd annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. The top prize went to an image by five scientists at the Netherlands Cancer Institute showing immortalized human skin cells (HaCaT keratinocytes) expressing fluorescently tagged keratin. Show More Summary

How to Take Great Photos with the Nikon D5600

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

Whether you're new to DSLRs or have some experience, the following guide will help you get the most out of your D5600 quickly and easily.

The Nikon D850 has the same autofocus system as the D5 but it’s not as good

We know that the Nikon D850 autofocus system isn’t that great for video. This wasn’t really going to be much of a surprise. But it seems that it’s not as quite good as it could be when it comes to stills, either. The Nikon D850 autofocus...Show More Summary

Review: Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm Kit Lens

The 7000 series of cameras from Nikon have been very popular since they were first introduced in 2010. It is a mid-range camera in their lineup but sits at the top end of the amateur level cameras. As with many of these cameras the new...Show More Summary

What's Wrong With This Picture? Nikon Chooses 32 Star Male Photographers (No Women) To Promote Its New Camera

4 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"What is so obvious to me – a professional photographer – as well as colleagues, photography bloggers and social media users, was not obvious to Nikon. Instead, it seemed to have worked on the campaign, from the concept stage through to development, marketing and public relations, without a thought for its female clients."

Nikon R&D suggests new Nikon mirrorless camera will be full frame

Nikon’s history with mirrorless hasn’t been all that great. The Nikon 1 was a good idea, but badly executed. They weren’t very popular in either the low or high end markets, which is why they’re killing them off. Overall they have been largely disappointing when compared to the competition. Show More Summary

Nikon couldn’t seem to find a woman photographer, so women photographers let them have it

Nikon has been in hot water after it posted a photo of the venerable photographers it asked to test its new D850 camera. Out of 32 photographers, not a single one was a woman. Not one. Perhaps women lack the correct appendage to operate...Show More Summary

Dude! Nikon Picked 32 Male Photographers to Promote New Camera

last monthArts : Hyperallergic

In a statement, the Japanese camera manufacturer claimed that none of the women photographers it had invited had responded. The post Dude! Nikon Picked 32 Male Photographers to Promote New Camera appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Nikon Selects 32 Pro Photographers for Promotion: None Are Women

Jason Vinson, writing for Fstoppers: The only problem with such an amazing monster of a camera is that Nikon thinks it’s too much for women to handle. I know what you are thinking. No way Nikon would ever make such a claim. It seems absurd that only men could handle the D850. Show More Summary

Nikon promotes new camera with 32 male photographers, claims no women could make the time

Things are not looking good for Nikon.  The Japanese camera maker has come under fire after it launched a campaign featuring 32 professional photographers across the Asia-Pacific testing its new D850 camera. SEE ALSO: This sexist column...Show More Summary

Nikon Picked 32 Photographers to Promote a Camera. All 32 Were Men.

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

The Tokyo-based company said the women it invited had been unable to attend, but female photographers were unsatisfied by the explanation.

Community reacts fiercely as Nikon promotes D850 with 32 men and 0 women

There’s been quite a hype about the new Nikon D850. Even me, generally not obsessed with gear, am thinking of saving up and treat myself with this beast of a camera someday. But, judging from the list of Nikon Asia, Middle East and Africa Ambassadors – this camera may not be for women. Show More Summary

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