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Most of the photos in the World Press Photo 2018 contest were taken with Nikon (51.5%) and DSLR cameras (83.5%)

Here is a breakdown of the cameras used by photojournalists in the 2018 World Press Photo contest  (Nikon D5 and D810 at the top two spots): Breakdown by brand (Nikon: 51.5%, Canon: 29.9%, Fuji: 6.2%, Sony: 5.1% ): Breakdown by camera system (DSLR: 83.5%, mirrorless: 11.3%): Via Photolari Related posts: Nikon does not have a scheduled press conference for the 2018 CES show Nikkei: both Nikon and Canon to announce new full-frame mirrorless cameras in the second half of 2018 The 2018 BCN camera rankings are out (Nikon sales in Japan: cameras up, lenses down)

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Most of the photos in the World Press Photo 2018 contest were taken with Nikon (51.5%) and DSLR cameras (83.5%)

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Nikon at the 2018 Photography Show

Nikon will take part in the 2018 Photography Show in Birmingham. The seminar schedule  can be found on this page . Here is the full press release: NIKON ANNOUNCE PRESENCE & SPEAKER SCHEDULE AT THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW 2018 Visit Nikon at The Photography Show on stand C11 London, UK, 12th February 2018: Nikon UK today announces that it will be exhibiting its product line-up and hosting a range of fantastic speakers at The Photography Show, an exhibition dedicated to photography and open to all, from 17th to 20th March 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham

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Nikon at the 2018 Photography Show

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Why did Nikon reserve a big booth for the 2018 NAB show?

This year Nikon has booked a rather large booth for the 2018 NAB show that will take place in April (7th-12th). Nikon’s booth is in the middle of the Central Hall and is almost as big as other video-heavy-hitters like JVC, Fuji and Arri

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The 2018 BCN camera rankings are out (Nikon sales in Japan: cameras up, lenses down)

BCN published their camera rankings for 2018 and Nikon actually increased their market share in the DSLR and compact camera categories while losing lens market share for a fifth consecutive year (BCN collects sales data from approximately 2/3 of all Japanese retail stores): Digital SLR camera Ranking #1 #2 #3 2018 Canon 61.1% Nikon 34.4% Ricoh Imaging 4.2%) 2017 Canon 63.3% Nikon 31.6% Ricoh Imaging 4.8% 2016 Canon 56.2% Nikon 36.7% Ricoh Imaging 6.7% 2015 Canon 54.7% Nikon 39.1% Ricoh Imaging 4.5% 2014 Canon 49.2% Nikon 42.5% Ricoh Imaging 5.2% 2013 Canon 52.7% Nikon 35.1% Sony 7.1% Digital compact camera (with integrated lens) Ranking #1 #2 #3 2018 Canon 27.9% Nikon 25.5% Casio 17.2% 2017 Canon 27.3% Nikon 22.1% Casio 19.3% 2016 Canon 30.5% Nikon 21% Casio 14.8% 2015 Canon 28.7% Nikon 15.3% Casio 15.2% 2014 Canon 20% Nikon 15.5% Sony 15.4% 2013 Canon 17.6% Sony 16.5% Nikon 14.1% Lenses: Ranking #1 #2 #3 2018 Canon  21.9% Sigma  16.2% Tamron  13.7% 2017 Canon  24% Sigma  14.3% Nikon  12.5% 2016 Canon  24.1% Nikon  15.2% Sigma  13.5% 2015 Canon  21.2% Nikon  15.2% Sigma  13.3% 2014 Canon  20.2% Nikon  18.9% Sigma  12.6% 2013 Canon  23.3% Nikon  19.6% Tamron  14.5% Mirrorless cameras: Ranking #1 #2 #3 2018 Olympus 27.7% Canon 21.3% Sony 20.2% 2017 Olympus 26.8% Canon 18.5% Sony 17.9% 2016 Olympus 34.5% Sony 24.8% Canon 13.6% 2015 Sony 34.3% Olympus 22.3% Panasonic 11.9% 2014 Olympus 28.9% Sony 26.5% Panasonic 14.2% 2013 Olympus 29.8% Panasonic 23.3% Sony 20.1% Related posts: Nikon, Sony and Canon sales comparison for last financial quarter Luminar 2018 for Mac & PC now available for pre-order (Lightroom alternative) Nikon does not have a scheduled press conference for the 2018 CES show

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The 2018 BCN camera rankings are out (Nikon sales in Japan: cameras up, lenses down)

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