News tagged ‘nikon’
Tuesday, 7 Jun 2011
A bright and fast, normal 50mm fixed focal length lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.8 the F-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G is now being offered by Nikon and is compatible with their FX-format digital-SLR cameras. It is being priced at S$339.
Thursday, 28 Apr 2011
Nikon has announced a brand new AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G lens, which updates the 2002 AF 50mm f/1.8D lens. The new lens comes with a built-in Silent Wave Motor (SWM), which means it can be used with both FX and DX cameras as well as entry-level DX cameras like the D5100 which don't come with auto-focus motors built in.
Monday, 18 Apr 2011
While we're still waiting for the Nikon D5100's local price to be confirmed, according to Engadget the camera has started selling in the United States's Best Buy stores for US$900, while Amazon is taking pre-orders for US$800.
Tuesday, 5 Apr 2011
Nikon announces the Nikon D5100, a Nikon DX-format DSLR camera equipped with a new horizontal vari-angle monitor, Nikon's latest CMOS image sensor and the new EXPEED 2 image-processing engine.
The Nikon D5100 DSLR camera, successor to the 2009 D5000, has been leaked. The new camera, which lies somewhere in the prosumer/entry-level mark, has a 16MP sensor this time round, up from the D5000's 12MP.
Wednesday, 9 Feb 2011
Nikon introduces a string of digital cameras from its COOLPIX L, P, and S spring series. Here's a quick glance at their primary features.
Wednesday, 26 Jan 2011
So you know the relatively new Nikon D7000 and the rumors about the camera using a Sony sensor? Yeah, it's no longer a rumor, as this tear down reveals.
Thursday, 16 Dec 2010
Owners of the Nikon Coolpix P7000 can now enjoy benefits which come with the new v1.1 firmware. Updates include faster NRW (RAW) processing times and optimized lens control to reduce the frequency of errors.
Wednesday, 15 Sep 2010
Nikon Singapore is pleased to announce the release of the following new products - 1 DSLR camera, 2 FX-format NIKKOR lenses and 1 speedlight.
Thursday, 19 Aug 2010
The Nikon D3100, an update to the entry-level D3000, has been officially announced. Besides the new DX sensor designed by Nikon, the big inclusion is full HD video with continuous auto-focus, a feature that's so far eluded video DSLRs.