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Nikon announces entry level D3500 SLR camera Photo

Nikon announces entry level D3500 SLR camera

The D3500 entry level SLR camera has been announced by Nikon. It features a 24.2MP sensor and a native ISO range of 100-25,600. In common with most entry level Nikon SLRs, it does not have a built in focus motor and so is not compatible with non AF-S and AF-P lenses. This means that it will not work with several lenses that are important for underwater use.

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Nikon announces Z series mirrorless cameras Photo

Nikon announces Z series mirrorless cameras

Nikon has announced two new full frame mirrorless cameras, the Z6 and Z7. Both feature the new Z mount lens system. The Z 7 has 45.7 effective megapixels and a native ISO range of 64-25600. The Z 6 has a 24.5 effective megapixels, and of ISO 100-51200. Full 4K video is supported with no pixel binning.

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Nikon re-registers Nikonos trademark Photo

Nikon re-registers Nikonos trademark

Wetpixel member Geo has kindly pointed out an interesting development from Nikon. Nikon Rumors notes that the company has just re-registered the trademark “NIKONOS.” This had expired in 2008. Of course, this may simply reflect an attempt to preserve apart of Nikon’s heritage, but equally, it may be a sign that the company is considering the underwater market in its product development plans.

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Review: Nikon FX wide-angle lenses Photo

Review: Nikon FX wide-angle lenses

Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon presents a review of most of the available rectilinear wide-angle lens choices for Nikon full-frame camera. The aim is to evaluate individual lens’s performance underwater, but also for this to be a reference for those seeking information about lens choices. As other test lenses come available, the tests will be added to, so please keep checking back for updates

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Nikon announces the D850 Full Frame SLR camera Photo

Nikon announces the D850 Full Frame SLR camera

Nikon has released the details of the new D850 FX SLR. It features a 45.7-megapixel CMOS sensor married to the EXPEED 5 processing engine. This gives a native ISO range of 64 to 25,600 and a frame rate of 7fps. Autofocus is the 153-point, Multi-Cam 20K systems from the D5/500 and the camera captures full frame 4K UHD at 24/30fps. There is a thread on the Wetpixel forum discussing the new camera.

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