Posts Tagged ‘nikonrumors’

Adorama Momentarily Lists the Nikon D4s, Sensor Specs Not in Line with Rumors

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Well, February 11th came and went without so much as a peep about the D4s. It seems that invitation for a special Nikon event didn’t have to do with the new flagship after all.

But have no fear, because earlier today, Adorama accidentally (or at least it seemed accidental) listed the yet-unannounced camera alongside some new specs that, at least according to the well-informed folks at Nikon Rumors, seem wrong… Read more…

Fresh Details About the Nikon D4s Surface on the Rumor Mill

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Nikon already revealed that the D4s is in the works — the company even had one on display in a ‘so-close-and-yet-so-far’ glass case at CES — but so far, we’ve had very little info about the camera itself. Officially, we know that the new flagship will feature a new image processor and “more advanced autofocusing performance,” but thanks to Nikon Rumors, we now know a bit more. Read more…

Nikon Rumor Roundup, or: What to Expect in the Next Few Months

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The folks over at Nikon Rumors have been hard at work keeping everybody up on what you can expect from Nikon, but if you’re like us, you just don’t have the time to follow rumors day in and day out. So here’s a roundup of what the most exciting and plausible rumors that should give Nikon lovers some idea of what to expect in the next couple of months. Read more…

Rumor: Nikon Possibly Launching D400 or D4X on January 17th

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Fresh rumors fueled by a contest currently underway on Nikon’s Middle East & Africa Facebook page have many speculating that Nikon might be preparing to release a D4 followup, or even the long-awaited D400. Read more…

Rumor: Nikon to Announce a 35mm f/1.8G Full-Frame Lens at CES

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Nikon already makes a 35mm f/1.8G DX lens but the equivalent isn’t available for its full-frame cameras, at least not yet. At this point, if you want a 35mm FX lens for your Nikon, you’re stuck spending $1,600+ on the f/1.4, but that might all change in a couple of weeks at CES. Read more…

Rumor Has It: On the Rumor Mill and the Photo Industry

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Rumors, leaks, and sneak peaks dominate headlines in photo gear news. More often than not, the appearance, specs and even price of a new piece of gear (this applies particularly to cameras) is known well before its manufacturer announces it themselves — a fact that should come as no surprise to frequent PetaPixel readers. Read more…

Nikon Teases New Retro-Styled Full-Frame in Mysterious ‘Pure Photography’ Ad

Shortly after Sony announced the mirrorless a7 and a7R full-frames, rumors broke that Nikon had a new full-frame of its own coming in short order. As release dates and spec lists have begun to fly, anticipation has understandably grown; and now, Nikon is adding fuel to that fire by releasing a short teaser video for a “pure photography” camera. Read more…

Rumor: Nikon to Release D610 to Address the D600′s Sensor Speck Issues

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The most recent camera announcement news and rumors have come mainly out of the Sony camp, but it looks like Nikon has a couple of new cameras up its sleeve as well, including a new D610 that will finally put to rest the D600′s sensor speck issue by replacing the camera all together. Read more…

Nikon May Combine D300s/D7000 Lines in 2013, Unleash New High-MP DSLR

What does Nikon have up its sleeve for 2013? According to Nikon Rumors, it may be at least one pro-sumer DSLR early in the year, possibly followed by a beastly high-megapixel flagship DSLR later in the fall.
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Turn a Monorail View Camera Digital by Attaching a DSLR

Digital view cameras can be quite pricey, but if you have an old analog view camera and a DSLR sitting around, you can combine the two cameras to make a DIY frankencam. Northlight Images has a tutorial for doing this with Canon DSLRs, and Nikon Rumors has a tutorial for Nikon shooters (either tutorial should work for you regardless of which brand you use). The resulting rig allows you to take advantage of the tilt and shift features of view cameras.