And we thought we impressed by the unofficial Leica x LEGO Rangefinder Model Camera. I guess we have seen nothing yet. What you see here is an accurate LEGO representation of the 1988 Nikon F3 Film SLR Camera.
You heard that right. A wrist watch coming from the Japanese imaging equipment maker, Nikon. Celebrating Nikon F SLR’s 60th years, Nikon Museum has released a limited edition Nikon F Watch.
Why cameras have to be in black? I don’t know. Perhaps, it is more discreet and makes the shooter looks more like a ‘pro’. Having color other than black or two many colors kind of make a camera look toy-like and unprofessional. The new Nikon COOLPIX W150 Digital Camera may comes in some rather awfully […]
Oh, so you think Leica isn’t expensive enough? How about a “$7 million” Nikon DSLR, like this example here called Nikon Z7 Louis Vuitton edition? This luxe pro-shooter has everything any luxe enthusiast photographer would have dreamed of, including soft albino buckskin adorned with Parisian fashion house’s signature monogram and a fair amount of 24K […]
Come July 25, it will be 100th years since the establishment of Nikon, then known as Nippon Kogaku K.K. That’s a freaking century old and naturally, Nikon wants to mark this centennial milestone and what better way then to roll out a bunch of 100th anniversary products? Well, that’s exactly what the Japanese camera maker […]
Fancy visiting the Moon? Well, we got news for you: at this point, commercial flight to Moon may not be a reality in most people’s lifetime. However, that doesn’t mean getting up close and personal with our dearest lunar planet is not impossible. While you may not be able to experience the weightlessness of near-zero […]
Founded nearly a century ago, long-time Japanese camera maker Nikon has been faithful to its origin and that’s to make optics and imaging products. The company never stray from cameras – not even dedicated video cameras and it remain so when imaging went digital. Well, that’s until January this year when it announces it is […]
This is probably a difficult time for camera makers, especially those who used to dominate the point-and-shoot segment. Which means camera makers cannot get away with bare minimal entry-level shooters because most smartphone can not only do just as well, but boasts a host of built-in apps that could enhanced your photography experience. Still, a […]
looking for DSLR-like performance but don’t want a rig that weighs you down or one that takes a rocket scientist to operate? well, then look forward to this little guy from Nikon, dubbed the Nikon 1 J4 Advanced Camera with interchangeable lens. packed within this ‘bite size’ imaging device is a 18.4-megapixel super high-speed…
the advantage of Android-powered camera is obvious to sharing fanatics, though its true benefit, well if you can even call them benefit, is the ability to shoot with apps, edit the photos and videos right there and then before, well, sharing them. despite the ‘alternative benefits’ the market remains skeptical and perhaps that is why…