If, as we hope, Nikon push the shutter speed and burst speed, you could find yourself with a formidable sports body.
Released back in 2000 it was the first in a new range of Nikon lenses featuring Vibration Reduction (VR). This is a gold ring lens – Professional grade -and so the build quality of the lens is good. This is also an FX lens, which means that on an APS-C body, it will become a 120-350mm lens. This 300mm lens is a cheaper alternative to the awesome 2.8 lens and is a good all-rounder that can produce clean sharp images right up to full extension ( It is an FX lens, so in this case 450mm ). It is built like a tank – the all metal barrel will outlast you- and it has a detachable tripod collar. This entry was posted in nikon d5200 information, Other Nikon Products, The Nikon D5200 and tagged D5200, lens, Lenses, Nikon, Nikon D5200 on July 17, 2012 by jbaystond5200.
Nikon released the D500 camera at the beginning of the year targeted at sports and wildlife enthusiasts. Nikon D500 employs a monocoque design that minimises the size of its parts and reduces the weight to a mere 860 grams. The viewfinder contains a lot of AF points due to the 153-point AF system and the 180k pixel RGB metering sensor. Storage of photos and videos is available both in the newer XQD format and the good-old SD memory card through dual slots.
SnapBridge connects the camera with your smartphone, tablet or TV using either Wifi or Bluetooth. The superior, optical engineering of the ever popular Nikon Action 8x40 CF Binoculars produces super bright images without going overboard with size, weight and make of this pair of binoulars.
When making the Nikon Action 8x40 CF Binoculars, you can be assured that the Nikon engineers has all things covered.
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It’s unfortunate, but sometimes products may have a manufacturing fault or get damaged in transit. The Nikon Coolpix P90 is a promising looking new super zoom camera with a big zoom and the ability to take a lot of shots very quickly. The P90 features a 24x optical zoom lens (equivalent of 26mm to 624mm), optical image stabilization, 3.0 inch LCD display (vari-angle to allow you to angle it up or down) and 12 megapixel image sensor.
Expect to see the Nikon Coolpix P90 in stores in March 2009 with a retail price of $399.95 USD. Photographers seeking high performance with a long zoom in a compact body now have the ideal camera with Nikon’s unveiling of the new P90.
The key to the versatility of the P90 is its 24x Optical Wide Angle Zoom-NIKKOR ED Glass Lens. 12.1 megapixels for stunning prints as large as 20 x 30 inches, while retaining fine detail.
3.0-inch Vari-Angle High Resolution LCD and Electronic Viewfinder make it easy to compose and share pictures with friends and family. Optical VR image stabilization compensates for the effects of camera shake by moving the image sensor, producing clearer, sharper results in lower lighting or unsteady conditions. Motion Detection automatically detects moving subjects and adjusts shutter speed and the ISO setting to compensate for camera shake and subject movement. High ISO 6400 capability creates new opportunities to take sharper, more natural-looking photos in lower light conditions (ISO 3200 and 6400)2. Nikon’s original Best Shot Selector (BSS) automatically takes up to 10 shots while the user presses the shutter, and saves the sharpest image. Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and Manual Exposure modes give ultimate control over images. Enhanced Face-Priority AF, which can detect up to 12 faces from a variety of angles, including straight on, from the side, or even in a multitude of three-quarter positions. Blink Proof, which automatically takes two shots and saves the one in which the subject’s eyes are open. The Vari-Angle LCD and stabilization could get me to use the P90 as a backup to my Nikon D90. I would like to see pictures from this site, Steves digicam or other sites so I could compare.
Had a chance to look over the P 90 today and was hoping for the best but it was absolutely the worst. The Nikon P90 is a great idea if you want the capability of a full size Digital SLR without the cost of or the messing about with different lenses. I rarely get to use manual when out, so I don’t mind only having one control dial that goes back and forth between Shutter speed and Aperature. Also (again), with its amazing zoom, when you need to use the flash, remember the fall off (inverse square).
In response to Jim above, the camera does feel very light and honestly, a little cheap in materials. Besides the electronic viewfinder, you get an incredible zoom range (26-624 mm) and the tilting screen! I think the picture quality is excellent from this model, I especially like the zoom in and close up modes. IRVIN Khoza, Orlando Pirates' boss and Kaiser Motaung, Kaiser Chiefs' boss, have more in common than leading the two glamour soccer clubs of South Africa: They also have bright daughters.
Meet the KeyMission 360 – a wearable action camera capable of recording true 360 degree video in 4K UHD. Nikon recently announced the development of the Nikon KeyMission 360, a rugged, wearable action camera which features an image sensor and lens on opposite sides of the device, with images from each combining to create immersive, ultra-high-definition (UHD) 360-degree videos and still images. Live the bigger picture with the KeyMission 360, the first in Nikon’s new range of wearable action cameras. Nikon will exhibit reference models of the KeyMission 360 at the Nikon booth at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from Wednesday, January 6 to Saturday, January 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The KeyMission 360, the first of Nikon’s lineup of action cameras, along with a variety of dedicated accessories, will officially be released in spring 2016. This movie was recorded and edited using a Nikon action camera KeyMission 360, which is currently under development for pre-announcement at CES in 2016. Mississauga, ON, January 5, 2016 – Today, Nikon Canada announced its entry into the action camera market with the development of an exciting lineup of products that build on Nikon’s legendary excellence in optical technology and imaging innovation. The Nikon KeyMission 360 features an image sensor and lens on opposite sides of the device, with images from each combining to create immersive, ultra-high-definition 360-degree videos and still images. Nikon will exhibit reference models of the KeyMission 360 at the Nikon booth at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from Wednesday, January 6 to Saturday, January 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Nikon, At the Heart of the Image™, is the world leader in digital imaging, precision optics and photo imaging technology and is globally recognized for setting new standards in product design and performance for its award-winning consumer and professional photographic equipment. Specifications, design, product name and supplied accessories may differ by country or area. Nikon announced on Monday, February 6, 2012 their new professional D800 FX-format digital SLR camera. Bo Kajiwara, director of marketing, Nikon Inc said in a press release, “Whatever the project, visionaries need a tool that is going to help them stay on-time and on-task. Nikon wanted to fit the needs for advanced amateur photographers but also professionals as well. They developed the D800 so it will capture still images with great resolution and record movies in true high-definition. Nikon plans to release the D800E camera for those professionals that want complete control of their photos. Nikon Canada has announced the new D3s digital SLR camera, enabling new opportunities in low-light photography with extreme ISO sensitivity for stills and video. Professional photographers can now rely on ISO 200 to ISO 12,800 as the professional standard of image quality for their assignments – an incredible advantage when shooting indoor sports, stadium events at night, dimly lit spot news or any other shooting situation where light is limited and Speedlights are not applicable.
The D3s’ image sensor has been completely redesigned from the D3, with the inner structure further optimized and the pixel count and large pixel pitch maintained for even greater latitude in high ISO performance. From well-lit scenes to extremely low-lit situations, the D3s’ D-Movie mode delivers unique versatility. The D3s’ Image Sensor Cleaning function generates vibrations at four specific frequencies to optimize dust removal. The D3s corrects colour fringes caused by chromatic aberrations that, in some instances, can appear at the edges between differing subject elements. Nikon’s Active D-Lighting (ADL) automatically regulates the dynamic range of high-contrast scenes, pulling out shadow details while also preserving highlights.

Picture Control helps define the look and feel of images by custom-tailoring sharpness, saturation and other parameters to match creative intentions.
The D3s’ continuous shooting rates are impressive, and what makes them truly unique is that the D3s’ powerful stepping motor allows for a more steady delivery of fast continuous shooting speeds at a wider range of aperture settings than lesser cameras can claim.
Nikon’s exclusive 1,005-pixel RGB sensor precisely reads brightness and colour information to raise the overall accuracy of AF, AE, i-TTL flash control and Auto White Balance to new heights, thanks to the Scene Recognition System. Nikon’s exclusive 3D Colour Matrix Metering II is highly praised for its outstanding performance and faithful exposure results — even in complex, unforgiving lighting conditions. Leading professionals often note that Nikon’s Auto White Balance exhibits remarkable results, even in challenging conditions with mixed light sources. For the reliability professionals demand, the shutter of the D3s has been tested for up to 300,000 cycles in fully assembled cameras under rigorous conditions. The D3s lets the user designate each card slot for certain tasks: record two full CF cards of data, record the same data onto two cards (backup), record RAW and JPEG simultaneously onto separate cards, and transfer data from one card to another. The dedicated Live View button gives the user instant access to two Live View modes: Tripod mode for accurate AF operation and Handheld mode for more versatile shooting angles.
Photographers can select “Q” on the release mode dial to substantially reduce the sound of the camera’s mirror-down during shooting.
The D3s’ large, high-resolution LCD monitor delivers bright, crisp image playback with up to 27x enlargement for immediate and precise image confirmation. Assuming that Nikon improve the D5100 in the same way they boosted the D3100, the Nikon D5200 will be pretty handy in any photographic discipline. Firstly, it is at the cheaper end of the market and, whilst it is a bit slow for sport, the crop factor ( remember the D5200 is likely to be a APS-C chip, so a FX lens can be magnified by 1.5 or so) which would take this lens up to 600mm. Unlike many zooms, this has internal focussing, so the actual length doesn’t change as you use it. You get what you pay for and what you pay for here is fantastic quality images, particularly in low light. It’s capable of capturing 10 fps of continuous shooting in a 200-shot buffer of JPEG and 14-bit lossless compressed RAW images without any impact on speed. You need to install the app on your device in order to enable the connection that allows you to transfer images seamlessly to your device. Many Kiwis would consider this an expensive camera, but please bear in mind that the flagship Nikon D5 camera is almost three times more expensive and that the specs of the models are quite similar. Only 760 grams, this pair still manages to feature a 40mm objective lens, make it perfect to take with you everywhere!
Aspherical lenses fitted into a super strong rubber armouring, the optics never distorts and even features comfortable eye relief for eye glass wearers.
The company's roots go way back to the development of the earliest binoculars in 1917, and over the years have build on the knowhow of generations of optical and precision technology expercts that have an enduring passion for quality and nnovation. We try to provide competitive pricing when possible, but cannot always guarantee the best price. If you have any problems with your order within 30 days of purchase, we are happy to help you out with an Exchange or Refund. If you would like to return an item to us for an Exchange or Refund, we are happy to do so within 30 days of purchase as long as the item is in its original condition with all of the original packaging. This lens offers unbeatable compositional freedom, with its wide angle (26mm) to super telephoto coverage (624mm).
The new LCD, with anti-reflection coating, can tilt as much as 90 degrees upward or 45 degrees downward. The D-SLR-type mode-dial on the top of the camera offers consumers greater personal and creative control, in any type of lighting condition. But what concerns me most abt this camera is will it focus as Fast as my D300 and will it really give me a good 3-5 Image burst Mode, if this does work out and if anybody has some info on these two items I would really appreciate the input.
I was thinking about buying the Canon Digital Rebel XSi , but the Nikon Coolpix P90 seems to be great also.
I actually bought this camera last summer (sorry, I can’t tell if this review is on a newer version) and ended up returning it the next day.
It would be rally hard to judge them if they were on the net, but then they might not be compressed. I actually checked a little further and realized that I was actually talking about the Nikon P80, which is in fact the previous version of this camera. I got this for sports, and still playing around cause so far my pix is on the slight blur side (wish it had AF tracking).
I use a very substantial feeling Nikon D2X at the office and I did miss its reassuring weight and solid construction when using my P90. I’ve used it extensively since then and have taken a few thousand captures over that time.
While it has a ton of great features, it’s still a point and shoot at the end of the day. If you don’t have a lot of money for a DSLR and a good mix of glass, then this camera can do wonders on a budget. It’s not a good camera for high ISO, low light, burst images (only 3 megapixel), and even fast moving targets zoomed all the way in (aperture is around 8 at 625mm). If you don't have a lot of money for a DSLR and a good mix of glass, then this camera can do wonders on a budget. It's not a good camera for high ISO, low light, burst images (only 3 megapixel), and even fast moving targets zoomed all the way in (aperture is around 8 at 625mm). Zodwa Khoza, left, and Jessica Motaung attended yesterday's launch of the Vodacom Challenge which will take place next month. Bring your passions to life in spectacular true 360° movies recorded in 4K UHD, so vivid that you’ll feel like you’re inside the action.
The first in the lineup will be the Nikon KeyMission 360, a rugged camera capable of recording true 360-degree video in 4K UHD allowing users to share new perspectives and explore imagery like never before. A terrific companion for a wide range of travel and sports activities, or when an adventure takes you off the beaten path, the camera is designed to be easy to use and withstand the elements. Specifications and equipment are subject to change without any notice or obligation in the part of the manufacturer.
It will take pictures at a resolution of 36.3 megapixels which is the highest for any commercial DSLR camera.
The Nikon D800 re-imagines what is possible from this level of D-SLR, to address the needs of an emerging and ever changing market; this is the camera that is going to bridge the gap for the most demanding imaging professionals, and provide never before seen levels of SLR image and video quality. The Nikon camera will be able to film in full HD 1080p and will include the Advanced Recognition System used in Nikon’s top-of-the-range D4. It will allow you to disable some of the camera’s filter functions so light will hit the sensor directly and capture detail in images. Shooting at ISOs as high as 12,800, the D3s can take commercial-quality, tack-sharp images in low light at action-freezing shutter speeds. As a result, the D3s captures and renders light in ways that no other camera has yet achieved*, with a significantly higher signal-to-noise ratio and a wide dynamic range for unmatched image quality for both still images and movies throughout the broadened ISO sensitivity capabilities. The newly refined D-Movie offers HD quality (1,280 x 720 pixels) Motion-JPEG movies at 24 fps. This function can be set to operate automatically when the camera is turned on and off, or manually.
Combined with Nikon’s FX-format sensor, the D3s produces an exceptional tonal range and minimized tone jumps. Because lateral chromatic aberrations are corrected regardless of lens type — whether telephoto, wide-angle, non-CPU and other types of NIKKOR lenses — this important aspect of the D3s contributes substantially to the highly refined image integrity that professionals demand. The D3s comes with four pre-installed Picture Control profiles, which can be fine-tuned and saved as new custom Picture Control profiles that match the users personal shooting style or particular shooting conditions.
Professionals will now have greater control and fewer limitations when making the images they desire. The D3s takes accurate exposure further, using highlight analysis from the Scene Recognition System and then carefully selecting from a database containing information from more than 30,000 actual shooting situations stored in the camera. The viewfinder image is not only larger and brighter, but the focusing screen is also carefully designed to help the user to more intuitively sense sharp focus, be it manual or autofocus.
The ruggedly constructed D3s employs a strong yet lightweight magnesium alloy for its body, exterior cover, chassis and mirror box. Power consumption and power management systems have been engineered for greater operating efficiency, so users can expect long battery life, shooting up to 4,200 images* per charge.
The speed for Contrast-detect in Tripod mode has also been improved for enhanced practicality. This is particularly useful when shooting in restrictive conditions such as when photographing theatrical performances or wildlife. Each LCD is covered with scratch resistant tempered glass and individually calibrated and fine-tuned at the factory to deliver consistent performance.

Again the VR function is robust and allows hand held pictures and ridiculously slow shutter speeds. The glass has Nano Crystal coatings to provide excellent corner to corner sharpness with good contrast. There’s no real drain on the camera battery when using SnapBridge due to its power-efficient design. Nikon's simple rule for desinging sport optics products is laudable and proven: apply the best materials, the strictest test quality controls, the most-environmentally sustainable engineering and superior lens coating technologies to achieve the finest optics. If you have any issues with your order, please contact our Customer Service team via the Contact Us page or call us on 1300 884 763 within 30 days of receiving your order and we will issue you with a Return Authority for your product. The P90 is the ideal photographic tool for photo enthusiasts, travel photographers and consumers with more advanced photography skills.
The broad range lets consumers capture a variety of shots and scenes, ranging from sweeping landscapes to close-up action shots taking place on a sports field. This enables photographers to shoot from higher angles or from the hip, and thereby make the best use of the reach and range of the 24x zoom lens. At 70 yrs old I,m toting around a Camera bag of about 20lbs and would like a do it all camera without giving up the performance of what I got. The auto focus was a bit slow, but the main problem was the image review after taking a shot. Compared to the Nikon, this is a 10MP camera with a 20x optical zoom, image stabilization, and a 2.5 inch articulating LCD (think camcorder type, which is very useful for getting shots).
The Pictures will be the proof, I personally would stick with the Nikon if they were both even.
I don’t know if Nikon has improved on the LCD review, but I would seriously make sure you check it out before making a decision. He told me to just realize that this is a $399 camera and a quality camera at that as most all Nikon Products are, but to even think that its performance would be any where’s near a DLSR, ( I have a D-300) would be wrong. The SX10IS and the P90 are the same except for 4 more on the optical and 2 more on the pixels. But I’ve gotten some awesome shots in Shutter or Aperature Priority with 64 or 100 ISO, and its easy and quick to tweak the exposure a fraction of a stop or two either way for some fine tuning if you need it too.
Meaning, you’ll have limited manual control in aperture range and shutter speed, no raw, and slow manual focus ability. Meaning, you'll have limited manual control in aperture range and shutter speed, no raw, and slow manual focus ability. The spherical view captures all the details in every direction, for a fully immersive experience that will take your breath away.
In 2013, Nikon Corporation celebrated the 80th anniversary of the launch of its NIKKOR brand of photographic lenses, and announced the production of more than 95 million NIKKOR lenses in 2015, creating a new milestone in Nikon’s heritage of superior optics.
Nikon D800 records QuickTime video in H.264 B-Frame format at 1080p30, 1080p24, 720p60, and 720p50.
When needed, the D3s expands to the amazing ISO equivalent of 102,400, still revealing colours and details even in extremely low-lit places where human eyes may find it difficult to discern objects. By controlling the aperture from the widest f-stop to the smallest, the large FX-format sensor renders low-noise images with beautiful bokeh effects from a large selection of NIKKOR lenses. Users can expect more accuracy with difficult colour combinations such as skin tones and strong reds in the same frame without over-saturation and finer tonal gradation in highlights, even with extremely bright subject matter.
Users can also bracket ADL strength levels up to five frames and select the best rendition afterwards. And for sport and spot news photographers, many of the D3s’ JPEG files are print-ready with little or no post-production: an extra edge when time is short. With the DX crop, photographers can also add a 1.5x picture angle and a faster frame rate to their arsenal. Highlight analysis used for AE reproduces brightness faithful to what the users eyes see, and light source identification makes Auto White Balance uniquely precise and reliable. There are four Dynamic-area AF options, including 51 points (3D-tracking), which accurately follows the subject by shifting focus points using colour and brightness information from the Scene Recognition System. Whilst hanging a new Nikon D5200 around your neck might give people the impression that you are a bling photographer, you will receive genuine respect if you then pull this lens out of your bag. Nikon claims that the quality is so high that professionals can use it in advertising and for other professional purposes. Maximum light transmission, superior resolution and better-defined contrast are balanced to perfection, free of aberration, in every stunning view. Also find out any shipping costs which apply, and make sure the product is definitely in stock with the competitor.
Once assessed by our team and the item is found faulty or we have made a mistake, we are certainly happy to provide you with an Exchange or Refund.Return shipping for Faulty or Incorrect products is FREE, and we will send out the replacement at no additional cost to you. The incorporation of the high-resolution electronic viewfinder enables consumers to see through the lens in any lighting condition. The image was very pixelated, which made it look like it might have been out of focus or that you didn’t get the shot correct.
Guess I,m just a Nikon nut but I have had so many good things to happen with nikon including phone in support and service. It probably will not focus as fast and then there this electronic viewfinder thing which I personaly think is crap, Yes you may be able to get 15fps but at really low resolution.
I used to deal with Cameras that have batteries, I never dealt with rechargeable batteries. It has enough pixels to be forgiving if you need to crop, easy to use controls and menu system (atleast for those familiar with Nikon), and is almost invisibly light when carrying it around versus any dSLR with the goodies.
The camera is what it is and full featured enough for the cost that I don’t expect more. If I'd have waited for the camera I really wanted, i'd have missed tons of images i've gotten kudo's on from not only my friends and family, but other photographers as well. At the heart of every Nikon camera is Nikon’s exclusive EXPEED, EXPEED 2, EXPEED 3, EXPEED 4, EXPEED 4A, EXPEED 5 or EXPEED 5A advanced digital image processing system technologies. In FX mode, it can take 4 frames per second and 5 frames per second in DX mode, then 6 frames per second in DX mode if used with the optional MB-D12 vertical battery grip. High-Sensitivity Movie mode allows users to shoot at up to ISO 102,400 in places too dark to see clearly with their own eyes.
Furthermore, the factory-installed buffer memory is twice the capacity of the D3, dramatically increasing the power of continuous shooting. This gives users an extra advantage when composition is important but the subject’s movement is extremely erratic. Aimed at professionals, the Nikon 300mm f2.8 G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor Lens has a weather sealed magnesium body.
If you zoomed in on the image though, it was an extremely sharp picture, but you had to zoom in on the image to find out. So when he gets one in he will let me play with it at his store but does not think too much of it in regard to a backup,but maybe a good camera for a person just getting into photography that wants to use the LCD as a viewfinder, which is not my cup of tea. If looking for a point and shoot without the mega zoom, like we are looking for, the Canon G10, I thought, took the best photos. With a good understanding of depth of field and exposure, this camera gives you a great tool to compose some wonderful shots. D-Movie footage is easy to trim in-camera by simply selecting the starting and ending point. An extra bonus for sports and spot news photographers is the ability to save selected movie frames as JPEGs for immediate print and web publishing needs. If in doubt, contact our supplier and find out if they supply the competitor with that particular product.
The D3s has both an internal monoaural microphone and an external stereo microphone input, enabling higher fidelity audio recording. The focus is not as fast as I want it and at times doesn’t focus where I want it (but it does have manul focus area, you can choose the focus area).
As you might expect, the lens has silent wave technology, which makes AF very fast and quiet. It was mentioned that the P90 took great outdoor photos and we wanted a better camera for our hiking trips in the mountains.
We also checked out a Panasonic 18 which we also liked but the new Nikon had better features. Unfortunately for our local camera store we can get the P90, bag and an extra battery for $400 due to a store rewards rebate.

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