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Nikon Coolpix A Successor Coming in September 2014

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According to the latest rumors Nikon stopped the production of Nikon Coolpix A camera, some distributors of Nikon Germany also said that they are not getting the supply of Nikon coolpix A camera.

Nikon coolpix A announced on March 2013, the camera is 1+year old and we believe that Nikon will sure introduce Nikon coolpix A successor during Photokina 2014 show.

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Nikon D810 Announced - Price, Press Release and Full Specification

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Nikon D810 features 36.3-million pixels sensor and latest EXPEED 4 image processor, with the help of the Nikon fastest image processor the Nikon D810 can at ISO 64 to 12800 (standard sensitivity range) the ISO can be boosted from 32-51200 (extended sensitivity range),  No-optical low pass filter will help you to get super sharp images even when viewed at 100% just like the Nikon D800E DSLR camera, the Nikon D810 features Multi-Cam 3500-FX AF sensor module that utilizes 51 AF point and new AF algorithms to o faster and more precise AF, the D810 offers continuous shooting speed upto 5 frame per second at FX mode and 7fps at DX mode. The Nikon D810 is limited to Full HD 1920 x 1080 video capture at a variety of frame rates, including 60/30/24p. The first Nikon FX-format camera with an OLED viewfinder display; an optical viewfinder with frame coverage of approximately 100% that offers better light transmissivity and colors, and on ther rear side we also have A 1229k-dot LCD monitor with bright RGBW array equipped with the “Monitor color balance” function that allows users to adjust monitor colors.

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The Nikon D810 will be available in late July for the suggested retail price (SRP) of $3299.95.* The MB-D12 battery pack is currently available for $616.00 SRP. The new Capture NX-D software package will be available mid-July for download at no additional cost.

Nikon D810 Press release:

The Power to Create the Compelling: The Nikon D810 is the HD-SLR that Delivers Unmatched Image Quality and a Truly Cinematic Experience

With Extreme Resolution, Powerful Video Features and Enhanced Performance, the New Nikon D810 is the Essential Asset for Pro Photo and Video Applications

MELVILLE, NY – Today, Nikon Inc. announced the D810, the next benchmark in D-SLR image quality for professional photographers and cinematographers. The D810 features a brand-new 36.3-megapixel, full-frame FX-format sensor without an optical low pass filter (OLPF) for extreme resolution and staggering dynamic range. Bolstered by Nikon’s EXPEED 4 image processing engine, the D810 delivers enhanced response and performance for a wide variety of photographic, cinematic and broadcast disciplines. Whether photographing weddings, fashion or landscapes, shooting documentary-style cinema or video for broadcast, this is the one D-SLR that provides the ultimate in versatility and capability.

“Once a user experiences the intense level of fine detail they are able to render using the immersive resolution of the D810, it will be hard to imagine a project without it,” said Masahiro Horie, Director of Marketing and Planning, Nikon Inc. “When coupled with the amazing imaging capabilities of NIKKOR optics, the D810 becomes a powerful storytelling tool to create images and broadcast-quality video with unprecedented detail, dynamic range and sharpness.”

Nikon’s Greatest Image Quality Yet

The Nikon D810 is the pinnacle of D-SLR image quality, continuing to rival medium format cameras thanks to a variety of Nikon technologies engineered for professional image capture. At the core of the D810 is a brand-new, 36.3-megapixel FX-format (7360 x 4912 resolution) CMOS sensor that lets photographers wield the benefits of extremely high resolution, with rich tonality and a broad dynamic range. This super-high resolution gives professionals the power to capture with stellar sharpness, make massive prints or crop liberally with confidence. The OLPF has been removed to maximize the potential of every pixel, resulting in outstanding resolution and sharpness, yielding images that render subtle details with striking fidelity.

Image quality further benefits from the application of Nikon’s exclusive EXPEED 4 image processing engine, which also provides enhancements to overall performance while suppressing instances of false color and moiré. Photographing in the field or in the studio, users will see the difference with the ability to create stunning images with unprecedented clarity in gradation rendering, expanded dynamic range and high accuracy white balance. Additionally, EXPEED 4 enhances noise reduction performance, and helps to achieve a wider ISO range, from 64 to 12,800, to improve low-noise image capture in a variety of lighting conditions. The ISO range is also expandable from 32 (Lo-1) to 51,200 (Hi-2) letting the photographer shoot with maximum fidelity under studio lighting or confidently capture a faintly-lit wedding reception or other subjects in even the most challenging light.

Nikon has also implemented a myriad of new features aimed at improving overall image quality for all types of photographers. Nikon’s Advanced Scene Recognition System with the 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Meter III provides unbelievably balanced exposures in difficult scenes. The system analyzes each scene to recognize factors such as color, brightness and human faces with startling precision to determine what type of subject a user is shooting. The system then compares all the data using an image database to adjust exposure, AF, auto white balance, i-TTL flash control and enhances subject tracking.

Further enhancing the D810’s image quality, a “Clarity” setting has been added to the available Picture Control adjustment parameters, which adjusts mid tones to enhance details within an image. To help preserve the most amount of detail in shadows and highlights, the new “Flat” Picture Control Profile is now available. This Picture Control Profile allows both photographers and filmmakers to get the widest tonal range out of their cameras for maximum flexibility in post processing. For further customization of Picture Controls, users are now able to make adjustments in .25 step increments for the maximum level of custom color, saturation and brightness levels. Additionally, the D810 employs a new highlight-weighted metering option, which detects the brightness in a scene and determines optimum exposure, preventing blown-out highlights, which is ideal for stage and performance capture.

Video Features Fit for Production

The D810 has powerful video features that make it a valuable tool for any production environment. Whether a user is looking for manual control for pro video application or portability and lens selection for episodic broadcast, the D810 delivers a truly cinematic experience with a wide range of professional-oriented features.

Broadcast quality video: Full HD 1920 x 1080 video capture at a variety of frame rates, including 60/30/24p.

Versatile crop modes: FX and DX crop modes give users a telephoto boost when needed, a feature that has been very popular with camera operators because of its added flexibility on set.

Flat Picture Control profile: This neutral color profile is ideal for video and gives the user maximum flexibility in post-production.

HDMI output: The D810 can relay uncompressed digital video to an external recorder via HDMI, while simultaneously displaying the video on the rear LCD display and external LCD monitor. Operators can now also record both to the internal card (compressed) and to the external recorder (uncompressed) simultaneously.

Smooth in-camera time-lapse and interval timer: Like the Nikon D4S, the D810 uses an auto-exposure setting to help create super-smooth exposure and tonal transitions for professional results with time-lapse and interval-time shooting.

Audio control: The D810 features a built-in stereo microphone, and an external microphone can also be attached, such as the Nikon ME-1. Additionally, wide and voice frequency ranges are also now available for audio capture.

Expanded ISO for video: The ISO range is expanded for video, now encompassing a clean ISO 64 to a versatile 12,800. The Auto-ISO function is also available while recording to adapt the exposure as the light changes, which can eliminate the need to adjust the aperture (in manual mode, ISO 200- 51,200).

Zebra stripes: A zebra pattern can be displayed during live view, making it easy to spot overexposed areas.

Highlight weighted metering: This new setting helps to prevent blown-out highlights in video. This is especially useful when capturing spot-lit stage performances or shoots with harsh directional lighting.

Full manual control: With the innovative Power Aperture setting, it is simple to adjust the exposure and depth of field on the fly while recording to an external recorder or SD/CF cards. In manual mode, users can also control shutter speed and ISO while recording. Additionally, white balance and   exposure compensation can be adjusted prior to recording. 

Full time AF: The Live View AF has been improved, and now provides faster full-time AF (AF-F mode). 

NIKKOR lenses: Cinematographers and filmmakers are supported with more than 80 NIKKOR lenses, many of which are a popular choice for cinema applications because of their brilliant optical quality and characteristics.

Accuracy and Speed

With the ability to brandish the results of such staggering resolution, accuracy and precision become paramount as the need for razor-sharp focus is critical. The D810 renders every subtle detail and nuance in epic clarity, with the enhanced Multi-Cam 3500-FX AF sensor module that utilizes new AF algorithms for fascinating precision, even in challenging light. The focus system also has 15 cross-type AF sensors for enhanced accuracy, and works with the Advanced Scene Recognition System to provide accurate face detection even through the optical viewfinder. The camera also utilizes 11 cross-type sensors that are fully functional when using compatible NIKKOR lenses and teleconverters (aperture value up to f/8), which is especially useful for wildlife photography. In addition to normal, wide area, face tracking and subject tracking modes, the D810 also features the new Group AF mode for enhanced accuracy, even while tracking subjects.

Despite the D810’s immense imaging power, it will astound with its rapid response and speedy performance, thanks to the implementation of the EXPEED 4 image processing engine. The addition of EXPEED 4 allows for an overall 30% boost in performance, as well as a faster burst speed and enhancement to overall energy efficiency. Now the D810 is capable of shooting at 5 frames-per-second (fps) at full resolution and 5:4, 6 fps in DX or 1.2x modes,  (15.4-megapixel, 25.1-megapixel, respectively), and 7 fps in DX mode (15.4-megapixel), with battery pack. For full workflow versatility, the D810 also gives users the option to shoot in full resolution 14-bit RAW/NEF file format or the new RAW Size Small format. This 12-bit file format is half the resolution and approximately 1/4 the file size of full RAW files, for increased flexibility when speedy downloads are desired or memory space is at a premium.

Refined Controls and Construction

From all day in the studio to an extended assignment in the field, the D810 has been engineered for superior comfort and operability. When looking through the wide and bright viewfinder with 100% coverage, users will see shooting data displayed on an organic EL display element for maximum visibility. The viewfinder now also features a prism coating for enhanced clarity. In addition, the grip has been refined for comfort and ergonomics, and the “i” button has been added for quick access to common mode-dependent settings.

Both photographers and videographers will clearly see the benefits of the new high-resolution (1229K-dot)  3.2-inch LCD screen, which makes it simple to check focus, review images or compose a scene. The color space of the LCD screen can now also be fully customized, a feature that is useful for matching monitor or print calibration settings. Using the high-resolution LCD screen, users can also activate the new Split Screen Display Zoom function. This new mode magnifies two separated points on the same horizontal line, making it easier to confirm the two points are both level and in focus; a true advantage for architecture, industrial and landscape photographers.

Inside the durable magnesium alloy structure of the D810 improvements have also been made, including the use of a redesigned mirror sequencer / balancer unit, which minimizes vibration during shooting to increase sharpness during multiple frame bursts. Additionally, the electronic front curtain can now act as an electronic front shutter when using live view or first composing through the optical viewfinder in mirror-up mode. This new feature is useful to attain exacting sharpness when shooting slow-shutter landscapes or astrophotography. The shutter unit has also been tested to 200,000 cycles for years of maximum reliability. For further durability, the body of the D810 has been thoroughly sealed and gasketed to resist the elements, reinforcing this camera’s role in extreme production environments.

Superior System Support

Such extreme resolution requires that no compromise be made on glass, and NIKKOR lenses are the perfect choice to complement the D810. With more than 80 FX and DX-format lenses available, NIKKOR lenses offer the ultimate in image quality with sharpness and faithful color representation that is second to none. To light a scene imaginatively, the D810 has a built-in flash and is compatible with Nikon’s acclaimed Creative Lighting System, including a built-in Commander mode for controlling wireless Speedlights. The MB-D12 battery grip is also available to give users both extra grip and extra power when it is needed most.

For wireless control, the D810 is compatible with a full range of Nikon’s remote systems, including the new wireless remote system with the WR-1 to trigger the camera remotely. This system uses radio frequency rather than infrared, eliminating the need for line of sight communication.

Nikon will also be making a Software Developers Kit (SDK) available in the near future for the D810. This SDK will give third party developers the resources needed to create applications and enhance the flexibility of the D810.

Robust New Software Suite: Nikon Capture NX-D

Capture NX-D is Nikon’s new software for processing and adjusting RAW images captured with Nikon digital cameras. Capture NX-D is a free software application that will replace the current Capture NX 2 program, and adds interface and performance enhancements. In addition to RAW images, the program can also be used to adjust JPEG and TIFF files. This new software will support many functions needed by professional photographers, including batch image processing, filtering and an enhanced user interface with a variety of displays and floating palettes that are ideal for multiple monitors. Additionally, photographers will also have the ability to adjust parameters including exposure and white balance in RAW files, and can adjust tone curves, brightness and contrast, as well as functions for correcting lateral color aberration and vignetting in JPEG and TIFF files. The software also features a new “sidecar” format, which retains and saves the adjusted image as a separate file.

Nikon will also make available at no charge the new Picture Control Utility 2 software. This new software allows users to create custom Picture Control profiles, which can be easily loaded into the camera.

Price and Availability
The Nikon D810 will be available in late July for the suggested retail price (SRP) of $3299.95.* The MB-D12 battery pack is currently available for $616.00 SRP. The new Capture NX-D software package will be available mid-July for download at no additional cost. For more information about these products, NIKKOR lenses or to download the new Capture NX-D software, please visit www.nikonusa.com.

Additionally, Nikon will be offering two kits designed for videographers and filmmakers; the D810 Filmmaker’s Kit consists of the D810 body, AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G, AF-S NIKKOR 50mmm f/1.8G, AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G lenses, 2 additional EN-EL15 batteries, ME-1 Stereo Microphone, Atomos Ninja-2 External Recorder, and Tiffen® 67mm and 58mm Variable Neutral Density Filters (8-Stops). For stop motion applications, the D810 Animator’s Kit features the D810 body, AF-S Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G ED VR lens, EH-5b Power Adapter, EP5B Power Supply Connector and Dragonframe™ Stop Motion Software plus Dragonframe USB Keypad Controller. For more information and pricing for these kit configurations, please visit www.nikonusa.com.

Nikon D810 Full Specification Leaked

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The Nikon D810 Full Specification accidentally published by Expertreviews, but after few hours they removed the webpage, however we are able to get the detailed specification of the upcoming Nikon D810 DSLR, take a look…

Nikon D810 confirmed major specification

  • sensor: 36.3MP CMOS
  • Expeed 4 image processing engine
  • LCD screen: 3.2″ (1,299K dots) with new split-screen mode
  • card slots: CF + SDXC
  • no optical low pass filter (OLPF)
  • ISO 32-51200 in extended mode, ISO 64-12800 in regular mode
  • shutter speed range: 1/8000-30s
  • improved auto-focus (including Group Area AF mode for the D4s)
  • video recording limited to Full HD mode only.
  • redesigned shutter with new kevlar/carbon fibre-composite unit; reduced shutter lag; quieter operation
  • the metering mode button is moved to the main control dial
  • improved body grip
Nikon will announce D810 anytime soon. The price of the upcoming Nikon D810 camera is £2,700 in UK, the US price will remains low when compared to price in UK.
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Nikon D810 to be Announced Soon

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We have told you earlier that Nikon D810 coming on July 26th, 2014 and finally according to the latest rumors Nikon is fully prepared to announce the rumored Nikon D810 camera and the announcement is expected anytime soon.

Take a look at the rumored specification of the camera

  • 36MP sensor (possibly same as Nikon D800/D800E)
  • No AA filter
  • Improved software to suppress moiré
  • Expeed 4 imaging processor
  • one stop better ISO performance, thanks to the new image processor
  • New higher resolution LCD screen
  • sRAW and RAW
  • Improved video modes
  • Same AF improvements like in the D4s
  • Built-in GPS
  • No Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Continuous shooting at 5 fps (6fps with the MB-D12)

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Nikon D810 Coming on June 26th, 2014

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The Nikon D800/D800E successor name will be Nikon D810, the camera will have moderate upgrade in core specification and rumored date of announcement is June 26th, 2014.

Take a look at the rumored specification

  • 36MP sensor (possibly same as Nikon D800/D800E)
  • No AA filter
  • Improved software to suppress moiré
  • Expeed 4 imaging processor
  • one stop better ISO performance, thanks to the new image processor
  • New higher resolution LCD screen
  • sRAW and RAW
  • Improved video modes
  • Same AF improvements like in the D4s
  • Built-in GPS
  • No Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Continuous shooting at 5 fps (6fps with the MB-D12)

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The recently leaked image (leaked from a non-credible source) suggest that the upcoming camera will feature three mode dial buttons, the front & below the shutter will control the aperture, above shutter button the dial is for ISO control and finally at back we have exposure control button and finally the ISO button is removed from the right back side of the Nikon D810 camera.

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Nikon D800S Coming on June 26, 2014

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Almost Confirmed: Nikon D800S Coming on June 26th, Nikon will announce its Nikon D800/E sucessor on June 26, 2014. The camera will feature same sensor as used in Nikon D800/E camera, New EXPEED 4 image processor and no optical low-pass filter, take a look at the rumored specification below

  • 36MP sensor (possibly same as Nikon D800/D800E)
  • No AA filter
  • Improved software to suppress moiré
  • Expeed 4 imaging processor
  • one stop better ISO performance, thanks to the new image processor
  • New higher resolution LCD screen
  • sRAW and RAW
  • Improved video modes
  • Same AF improvements like in the D4s
  • Built-in GPS
  • No Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Continuous shooting at 5 fps (6fps with the MB-D12)

The Nikon D800S price is rumored to be around $3,296.95, the camera be made in Thailand.

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Nikon D300S Finally Archived, Nikon D400 / Nikon D9300... Rumor Update

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Nikon D300s and Nikon D700 discontinued  back on January 2014, now Just few hours ago today Nikon USA and Canada moved its Nikon D300S camera to archived section or also said to be retired category.

As we have published earlier that Nikon is preparing for a press event for June month and Nikon may announce one of the following rumored products.

1. Nikon D800S: Nikon D800S is not a true successor of Nikon D800 camera, the D800s is a minor update over Nikon D800, the camera is rumored to feature same sensor and newly developed Expeed 4 image processor.
2. Nikon D9300 / D400 (name still not confirmed) – Nikon D300S successor is also rumored to arrive on June or September 2014, the camera will feature advance core specification than Nikon D7100.
3. Nikon 1 inch compact camera – Nikon 1 inch big sensor compact camera is also rumored to arrive soon.

There is also one more possibility that Canon will also introduce a entry level DSLR line-up (Nikon D2300) to compete with Canon 100D / SL1 camera, the Nikon D2300 is rumored to arrive on Photokina 2014.

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