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Apr 14

New AF-S Nikkor 50mm ƒ/1.8G lens?

Nikon Imaging USA posted info on a new 50mm ƒ/1.8G lens, only to promptly remove it. What’s behind the erratic behaviour? Thom Hogan adds: Obviously, someone jumped the gun on Nikon’s Web site. We’ll just chalk it up as another strange tale in Nikon’s long history of strange product marketing. Below is the comparison with the …

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Apr 06

Nikon D5100 announced

The rumoured Nikon D5100 upper-entry-level DSLR has finally been announced. So far, features that stand out to me include: Identical 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor as the D7000’s 1080p video recording at 24 or 30 fps Swivel 921k dot LCD Ability to merge HDR images in-camera Sensitivity of up to 102,400 ISO Hit the Phoblographer link …

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Feb 27

Nikon D4 and D800 rumours

Left - Recent patent image by Nikon, Right - Drawing of D4 by Adrien Séné (flickr)

I love Nikon Rumors.. Whether the rumours of the D4 and D800 are true or not, it still makes for interesting reading.

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Feb 21

Nikon D5100?

Apparently, Nikon Rumors has an image of some Nikon D5100 boxes all packed up and ready to be shipped out. Rumoured specs are: Same body as the D5000 14 MP sensor Swivel LCD Video 1080p The sensor is as what Thom  Hogan predicts: I think the only real question most of us have is whether it …

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Jan 27

Chipworks: D7000 teardown

Sony fabricated sensor, IMX071

Both Rob Galbraith and Nikon Rumors reported Chipworks’ awesome teardown of the D7000. What the teardown confirms is that the sensor is indeed a Sony sensor. Chipworks has a number of pictures of the D7000 in its various component parts. Link: Chipworks Nikon D7000 teardown

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