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Hands On: Nikon D4S

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26 Feb
2014
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For Nikon fans who can afford it, budget-wise and and size-wise, the D4S is the company’s new flagship digital SLR camera that comes with handy updates over the previous D4.

Promising outstanding image quality, along with quick and accurate focusing mechanism, the D4S makes it easy for photographers to capture decisive moments, particularly in sports events.

 
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Goondu Review: Nikon CoolPix P7800

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6 Jan
2014
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Advanced compact cameras are now a dime a dozen, so the 12.2-megapixel Nikon CoolPix P7800 finds itself in a tough fight with both compact camera systems, such as the Panasonic GM1, and compact cameras such as the Sony RX100 and Canon S120.

 
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Goondu Review: Nikon Df

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28 Dec
2013
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The retro look has been a feature in cameras throughout 2013, thanks to the Olympus Pen E-P1 and Fujifilm X100 camera. Nikon’s much-touted Df, or Digital Fusion, is the latest to join the party.

 
Tagged in: Cameras, Singapore, Df, dials, DSLR, Nikon, retro, review, Singapore price and availability,  
 

Nikon unveils its own APS-C compact — the CoolPix A

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7 Mar
2013
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In the face of dwindling sales, compact cameras are experiencing some serious feature bumps to try to pull in the growing legion of photography enthusiasts. One of the more popular gimmick today is the cramming of large sensors into compact bodies with the promise of better quality photos.

Nikon is the latest entrant into this “small body, big sensor” race with its new CoolPix A, and its 16.2-megapixel “DX” sensor is the as big as most of the company’s DSLR cameras. Like other large sensor compacts, the CoolPix A has a fixed focal length and wide aperture, which should mean sharper and brighter photos.

 
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Nikon unveils new P520, AW110 compact cameras

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30 Jan
2013
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Nikon took the wraps off the usual annual incremental upgrades to its line-up of point-and-shoot cameras on Tuesday, led by the advanced compact P520 with its whopping 42x zoom.

 
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Canon’s 6D takes on the Nikon D600 with a lower price tag

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1 Dec
2012
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Canon and Nikon are officially going at each other again now that the EOS 6D full-frame DSLR has landed at your nearest camera store. The 6D starts at S$2,899, a lower price than Nikon’s D600, which is going for S$3,249.

While Nikon isn’t offering any kit combos with the D600, you can get the 6D with an EF24-105 f/4 L lens for S$3,899 or an EF24-70 f4 L lens for S$4,699.

As far as full-frame DSLRs go, the 6D’s much cheaper price seems a better buy. But you do get what you pay for, as the paper specifications of the D600 mostly trumps those of the 6D.

 
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Nikon shows off new D5200 entry-level DSLR, and infra-red controllers

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7 Nov
2012
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Nikon has unveiled its new D5200 camera, a compact and lightweight entry-level model aimed at enthusiasts who want to upgrade to a DSLR camera.

The D5200 comes with a 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, 39-point auto-focusing system and an optimised EXPEED 3 image-processing engine based on Nikon’s D4 flagship camera. There is also an articulated Vari-angle LCD monitor and a redesigned graphical user-interface. It will be available in three different colours – black, red and bronze.

 
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Hands-on: Nikon D600, full-frame DSLR with a smaller price tag

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14 Sep
2012
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I was a little tired of hearing a company praise its own products to the skies after Apple’s hyperbolic iPhone 5 announcement yesterday, but it’s hard to argue against Nikon calling the new D600 DSLR a “game-changer”.

The company’s new full-frame camera – or FX format, in Nikon parlance – sticks it to every other full-frame DSLR on the market on several counts.

 
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Nikon beats Samsung to the punch with Android-powered Coolpix S800c

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22 Aug
2012
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Samsung is already the king of Android smartphones and has a line of smart cameras to boot, so it should be a no-brainer for it to make an Android-powered smart camera, right?

Except Nikon just beat it to the punch with the new Coolpix S800c, an undeniably cool camera with built-in WiFi and powered by Android 2.3. There’s also a GPS chip to geo-tag your photos.

 
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Hands-on: New entry-level Nikon D3200 packs 24-megapixel sensor

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20 Apr
2012
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Now that Nikon has taken care of its top-end customers with the new D4 and D800 DSLRs, it has turned its attention to the entry-level segment of the market.

Camera makers like Canon and Nikon have been going after the burgeoning market of youngsters who want a “cool” DSLR for a while now, and Nikon’s newest entry-level D3200 makes for a very compelling “first camera”.

Nikon will continue selling the affordable D3100 alongside the D3200. Both look nearly identical, so how worthy is this new upgrade?

 
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