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Nikon has produced 110 million Nikkor lenses

Nikon has reached another milestone – the company has produced 110 million Nikkor lenses. Here is the timeframe on the previous milestones (10 million lenses in the last 28 months): 100 million: July 27, 2016  (5 million lenses in 12 months) 95 million: July 28th, 2015  (5 million lenses in 9 months) 90 million: November 4, 2014  (5 million lenses in 10 months) 85 million: January 16, 2014  (5 million lenses in 7 months) 80 million: June 13, 2013  (5 million lenses in 7 months) 75 million: November 14, 2012  (5 million lenses in 5 months) 70 million: June 11, 2012  (5 million lenses in 8 months) 65 million: October 17, 2011 Total Production of NIKKOR Lenses for Interchangeable Lens Cameras Reaches 110 Million November 20, 2018 TOKYO – Nikon Corporation (Nikon) is pleased to announce that the total production of NIKKOR lenses for Nikon interchangeable lens cameras has reached 110 million* as of October, 2018

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Nikon at the 2018 PhotoPlus Expo

Some photos and videos from the Nikon booth at the 2018 PhotoPlus Expo: Nikon changed their booth this year. Instead of glass cabinets where you had to vie with everyone else to ask a Nikon staffer to see a given camera and lens, they set up most of the booth like an Apple Store with Parsons tables

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Ikelite announced the first Nikon Z7 underwater housing

  Ikelite announced the first Nikon Z7 mirrorless camera underwater housing. Check pricing and availability at Adorama , B&H and Amazon (not available at the time of this post). Here is the full press release: We are very excited for this new line of full-frame mirrorless cameras from Nikon

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Teardown: Lensrentals.com checks out what’s inside the Canon EOS R

Roger and Aaron at Lensrentals.com have continued their series of taking apart new cameras and lenses, this time doing a teardown of the brand new Read more…

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Tokina Opera 50mm f/1.4 FF full frame DSLR lens review

Tokina Opera 50mm f/1.4 FF full frame DSLR lens for Nikon F-mount review by Christophe Anagnostopoulos (the lens is currently available for pre-order at  Adorama  and  B&H ): *Important Notice : The review is based on an early pre-production model that I had in my disposal from Tokina in order to prepare a talk show for Photokina 2018 and also create a portrait project with this lens. The review is currently ongoing and will be updated upon the arrival of the production model.

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Street photography with the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm f/4 D lens

Street photography with the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm f/4 D lens Hello, my name is Vincent from Paris and I own my food blog at  cecj2.com .

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Wildlife photography for non-professionals

Wildlife photography for non-professionals by Jørn and Tora ( Facebook | Website | Instagram ): Wildlife photography for non-professionals Some of the wildlife photos I have seen posted on this website are truly amazing. It’s the kind of things that make you want that new shiny gear even more. But let’s be realistic for a second

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Nikon Z7 field report by Marsel van Oosten

Impressions from the field of the new Nikon Z7 mirrorless camera by Marsel van Oosten ( website  |  facebook  |  twitter  |  instagram  |  flickr  |  500px ) See also his previous post on the making of the  official Nikon D850 time-lapse  ’Hercules Rising’ Introduction Earlier this year I got a phone call from Japan asking whether I would be interested in working on yet another important global introduction campaign for a new Nikon product.

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The biggest problem of Nikon

The biggest problem of Nikon is by Lior Koren, editor in chief of the Israeli online magazine www.dtown.co.il : When Steve Jobs searched for a CEO that will replace him, He chose Tim Cook – the man that was in charge of the company’s inventory. Jobs did not choose a person from the Marketing or Research / Development departments but the one who was responsible that the customers will get the products they want – fast

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Another interesting interview with a Nikon executive on the new Z mirrorless system

CNET Japan  published another interview with Mr.

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