Nikon has confirmed that the initial shipments of its Nikon D4, the company’s new flagship DSLR will come bundled with an XQD card and reader included in the price.
The Nikon D4 is the first, and so far only, camera in the world to use the new format of memory card, which was announced in the latter part of 2011.
Nikon has not ruled out the possibility of a more advanced version of its Nikon 1 compact system cameras, to include more manual control.
Speaking to our sister website TechRadar, Jeremy Gilbert, UK marketing manager for Nikon UK, said: “We are listening and trying to feedback what we hear. It’s mostly journalists and high-end photographers who would like us to produce one, but whether we should or not is a different matter.”
Nikon is offering Digital Camera readers the opportunity to win a Nikon V1 body, plus the 1 NIKKOR VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 lens – a kit which retails for around £829.99.
For a chance at winning a fabulous new Nikon V1 + 10-30mm lens kit all you have to do is visit us at the Focus On Imaging show. Come by the Digital Camera stand at E42 and say hello. We’ll scan your entry badge, and your name will go into a draw. It’s that simple!
New Nikon cameras such as the Nikon D800 and D4, along with other Nikon DSLRs, will be presented at this year’s Focus on Imaging show.
Visitors to the Birmingham trade show will have the opportunity to try out a variety of new products, including the new Nikon D4 and D800 professional cameras and a range of Nikon lenses.
Nikon will produce 30,000 units per month of its newly announced Nikon D800 in order to meed demand, according to a report.
A story on the Malaysian National News Agency, Bernama, claims that the manufacturer will produce the 30,000 Nikon D800 units at its Sendai factory in Japan.
After many months of rumours and speculation, the Nikon D800 DSLR is finally a reality.
Nikon ended the long wait, unveiling its new 36.3-megapixel FX-format professional Nikon D800, which it claims ‘delivers unprecedented levels of depth and detail’ and allows users to shoot broadcast quality video.
What’s more, Nikon claims the Nikon D800 offers a potential to rival medium format cameras.
Tokina has announced a new ultra-wideangle zoom lens for Canon and Nikon photographers.
The new AT-X 17-35mm f/4 Tokina lens is designed for full-frame Canon EOS and Nikon cameras and opens up a 103.9 degree field of view from its widest end when used at 35mm.
Nikon has announced the launch of the D4, the replacement for the D3s as its flagship high-speed SLR
The Nikon 1 system marks a new era in Nikon’s history: it’s the company’s first digital compact system camera and it introduces the first new Nikon lens mount since 1959
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