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Amazon Black Friday Deal Saves You £450 on a Brand New Nikon DSLR

Sometimes a smartphone just isn't enough, and you need a proper camera that can do all the camera things that smartphones can only do in a half-hearted software-trickery kind of way. Or maybe you just like holding something and using a proper zoom. Whatever your reason, if you're in the market for a new DSLR, Amazon has knocked £450 off one for Black Friday. Read More >>

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The Z50 is Nikon’s More Affordable and Compact Mirrorless Camera

After launching the Z6 and Z7 last year, the next thing people wanted to know is how Nikon planned to expand its new family of mirrorless cameras so that more people could buy them. Because while the Z6 and Z7 are great cameras, they’cost around £1,800 and £2,700 respectively, which isn’t really what you’d call affordable. The Z50 is here to answer that question. Read More >>

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Nikon Z7 Review: A Worthy Mirrorless Contender, But Not a Sony Killer

Half a decade ago, a new kid named Sony made up a game called “full-frame mirrorless,” and has spent the last five years dunking on everybody else. At first, the cool kids thought this game was dumb and they were happy to let Sony play by itself. Then, as the game caught on, old veterans were suddenly scrambling to get in. Well, Nikon finally got in, and while its first effort isn’t perfect, it’s really pretty damn good. Read More >>

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Shooting Photos With Nikon’s Z7 Mirrorless Camera Is Fun as Hell

After all the rumours and build up, Nikon’s first pro-grade mirrorless camera is finally here. And while I got a brief chance to handle the new Nikon Z7 and play around with its various knobs, dials, and adapters ahead of its announcement, I hadn’t actually had a chance to snap some pictures with it, until now. So here’s a quick account of what the Z7 is like to use, and a sample of the kind of images it can produce. Read More >>

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Everything We Know About Nikon’s Upcoming Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

In what was essentially a foregone conclusion after this teaser video popped up yesterday, earlier this morning Nikon confirmed it is working on a new, full-frame mirrorless camera. Read More >>

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Nikon Stops Producing Its Tiny 1 Series Mirrorless Cameras as Rumours Point to a Full-Frame System

Nikon 1, the camera company’s line of mirrorless cameras, is on its way out. Read More >>

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Nikon’s New CoolPix P1000 Has a Bananas 125x Zoom Lens

With a ridiculous 83x zoom, people have used the super long lens on Nikon’s Coolpix P900 to snap pics of Saturn or pull off the kind of shots you normally only see in spy movies. But apparently that wasn’t good enough, so today, Nikon is announcing the new Coolpix P1000 featuring frankly ridiculous 125x zoom, which is now the longest lens of any superzoom camera on the market. Read More >>

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Canon Kills Film Because Apparently Digital is In

Most kids today don’t even know what a film camera is, so to get with the times, Canon is finally ending sales of its one remaining 35mm SLR: the Canon EOS-1V. Read More >>

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Nikon’s D850 Is Stealing Some of the Mirrorless Camera’s Best Features

DSLR cameras, the big bulky Nikon and Canon cameras you see photographers and your cousin Mimi rocking at weddings, aren’t going to go away any time soon, but mirrorless cameras, like the excellent Sony A9, have gotten good enough to make the Nikons and Canons of the world scared. So Nikon’s latest full frame professional camera, the D850, borrows some pro experiences from its mirrorless rivals: Including a tilting display, focus stacking, and mirror-free shooting. Read More >>

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Nikon Tries to Right the Sinking Ship With a Stupid Swarovski Replica

Nikon is, ostensibly, a remarkable company. Sure, it had to lay off quite a few people last year, and back in February, it cancelled a hotly anticipated line of cameras. But Nikon’s a tech-based company that’s managed to innovate and survive a hundred years. Nikon started as an optics company and has endured as one, even as photography has evolved considerably. Few companies can claim the same! What better way to celebrate 100 years of (mostly) success than with the release of...a Swarovski crystal version of one of its most iconic products? Read More >>

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Seeing the Northern Lights at 35,000 Feet Is the Best Reason to Fly to Iceland

Iceland’s board of tourism is doing something right because the country has become a holiday hotspot in recent years. Apparently, even the flight up north can be a spectacular experience, as you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the northern lights from 35,000 feet. Read More >>

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The Third Nikon Camera Ever Built Just Sold For £320,000 in Auction

Photographers are some of the most extreme brand loyalists out there, and it was proven once again when one of the oldest Nikon cameras in existence sold for £320,000 at an auction in Austria. Read More >>

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This Upgraded Nikon Chills the Sensor For Clearer Shots of the Stars

Those long exposure photos of the night sky that capture details of our galaxy invisible to the naked eye come at a cost. The longer a camera’s sensor is active, the warmer it gets, adding unwanted electronic noise to an image. You can go shoot in the freezing temperatures of the arctic to solve the problem, or grab this custom sensor-cooled Nikon D5500. Read More >>

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Nikon’s Action Cameras Are Late to the Party, But Very Well Dressed

Thanks to the popularity of GoPro’s tiny, versatile action cameras, pretty much every manufacturer out there has waded into the rocky waters of adventure video shooters. Nikon’s just the latest, and while its offerings look a little familiar, they’ve got some weirdness about them as well. Read More >>

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Nikon’s New DL Cameras Are All the Point-And-Shoot You’ll Ever Need

Point-and-shoot cameras are stuck in a bad place between smartphones for most people, and mirrorless shooters for people who care more. Nikon’s new DL range is hoping to change all that. Read More >>