On YLovePhoto, you will find a commentary drawing a relation between the possible future Nikon D800 and the other possible replacement of the existing Nikon D700: Nikon D800 instead of D700s?
Nikon launches a Nikon D3000 (entry-level SLR), a Nikon D300s (enthusiast SLR). Sony reveals accidentally the future Sony Alpha 850 as a relatively inexpensive complément to the Sony Alpha 900 (Full Frame SLR). Find all about it on YLovePhoto.
Would you be interested in knowing what the next Nikon dSLR is going to be? A Chinese web site wants you to know everything about the Nikon D400.
If you are looking for the latest news and the next rumours about the Nikon D800, you can now join other visitors on my new web site dedicated to the digital SLR cameras and digital photography: YLovePhoto.com.
Finally, we’ve got photos and features for the Nikon D3x, the new high-end dSLR camera in the pro range from Nikon. All is posted on YLovePhoto.com.
After the launch events of this Summer and this Fall (before and during the Köln Photokina), there are two brands leaving important questions open. This is Sony and Nikon. While the two near-friends had us used to seeing them working together around the Sony digital photo sensors, we discovered two very divergent/different announces about 35mm… Read More
Digital Rev prepared a video presentation of the new Nikon low-to-middle-range digital SLR camera: Nikon D90. Link to YouTube Here you can see the video recording feature in operation. And a lot of the other fancy features too (fish eye effect!) Note: Video recording is not only a feature for the stratospherically-priced Canon EOS 5D… Read More
This is really becoming annoying, now. After days of hearing that Canon is fighting to get an extension to the NDA of the photo press, it seems that several elements point to a further delay (compared to the previously probable launch date of 17th September). French magazine Réponse Photo has delayed its parution date to… Read More
What can be forecasted of the most important (in my eyes 🙂 ) announces expected before the Photokina fair in Koln. 18 September Nikon lenses: AF-S 50mm/1.4 G – AF-S 85mm/1.4 G – AF-S 70-200mm/2,8 VRII.Nikon new SLR : D800 or D900 (24.6MP Full Frame dSLR camera, with Sony-designed sensor), or Nikon new pro SLR:… Read More
Chasseur d’Image recently told us all that the Nikon D800 was not only a rumour. But what is really this bizarre photo camera (bizare because still unknown)? The question is there to be answered and it’s a difficult task. But, let’s see what we can infer from the little data available. According to the numbering… Read More
The DPreview forums are currently providing the latest bit of information about the Canon EOS 5D succession. The EOS 5D is dead, long live the… EOS 7D and EOS 5D MkII. The first would be for a low cost option (around $2000 – I told you that this low price point would be critical in… Read More
We are nearing time for the Photokina fair in Koln, Germany. So, photo manufacturer companies areannouncing their new products right now. As expected, here comes the Nikon D90 aimed at the entry-level D-SLR market. It is supposed to replace the Nikon D80. The first presentations and reviews are coming up now everywhere on the Internet… Read More
Indirect confirmation of what we told previously here about the future replacement for the Nikon D80. This new photo camera was “seen” (more or less) on the Target.com web site where a single page is describing it as: Nikon D90 12.3MP Digital SLR w/ 18-105mm No photo, no detailed technical features, but the title confirms… Read More
The next camera from Nikon is upon us. Nobody has officially seen it, but prices start to appear here and there. Nikon D90 with an 18-105mm VR lens will be at $1299.99. Official announcement forecasted for August 27th, 2008.
According to German photo magazine, Foto Magazin, the future Nikon D3x pro SLR camera will be fitted with the Sony image sensor that was presented a few months ago and that is expected to appear on the Sony Alpha 900 camera (high-end D-SLR from Sony). If this is confirmed, it would mean that the Nikon… Read More
This is nearly confirmed, the successor to the very nice Nikon D3 will be named Nikon D4 (and not D3x as was imagined before). The (negative) information comes directly from Chasseurs d’Image and seems very reliable. I guess it means that Nikon feels this will be a major step forward and not only an upgrade… Read More
The new full Frame SLR camera from Nikon is just out and there is already a little hack appearing to give it additional features. The Nikon D700 has the capacity to shoot continuously at 8fps if you use the additonal grip. Nikon Watch found a way to allow this very high frame rate without the… Read More
Up to now, I rather refrained myself when time was coming to publish some news about the future Nikon D90 camera supposed to replace the current Nikon D80 in the lower range of Nikon cameras (along with the Nikon D40/D40x). But it becomes clear that available news start to converge (probably mostly because of Thom… Read More
Impressive as the Nikon D700 arrival was, it seems that this is not the end of the great launches for the yellow brand. Several people have been playing with the notion of seeing more SLR cameras coming soon, but Thom Hogan is usually quite knowledgeable about Nikon. So, when it says that things are moving… Read More
Amateurs of sports photography and wildlife photography are generally well aware that the Holy Grail of lenses seems to be a (relatively) light tele-zoom lens of 100-400mm range and an aperture under f/5.6. This set of features allows a lot of versatility (tele range with the ability to quickly and easily change the frame) and… Read More