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    Nikon's D4, the sequel to the D3s and basically the most badass camera you can buy, is not troubled by the darkness. It loves the darkness. It thrives in the darkness. So…

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    Our friends and office-mates over at Pop Photo just put up a sample image gallery of shots taken by the brand-new Nikon D800, and they are very impressed by its performance.

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    Our friends and office-mates over at Pop Photo just got themselves a look at the new Nikon D3200. It's Nikon's entry-level DSLR, but that's becoming less and less of a…

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    Connected cameras aren't new--hell, there have been connected SD cards for like five years--but this is a bit of a departure for Nikon. The Coolpix S800c is a 16MP…

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  • 09/20/12--06:06: Don't Buy A DSLR
  • ,"migrated":true}]]You want to get more into photography. You've got somewhere between a few and several hundred dollars to spend on a camera. You want to learn a little bit about how this stuff works, so you can tweak some settings to get better shots, but mostly you just want your pictures to look good. You want a nice background blur. You want sharp focus, accurate colors. You want shots taken in low light to have a minimum of noise and blur. Great! This is exciting for you.Here's what you shouldn't do: you shouldn't buy a DSLR.Photokina 2012, going on this week, might be the moment when…

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    ,"migrated":true}]]Photographers post more than five million images from their phones to Instagram every day. Yet even the most sophisticated phone can't match the image…

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    Click here to enter the galleryThis year's entries in the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition, like past years', include abstract looks at the tiny world around…

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    It's that time of year again--the time of year to take incredibly detailed macro shots of pointsettias. And what better camera to do it with than the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, the winner of Popular Photography's hotly contested "Camera of the Year" contest? The follow-up to one of the most important cameras in the history of photography, the Mark III bests its predecessor in every way, topping strong competitors on its way to the prize. Read more here.

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    ,"migrated":true}]]The winners have just been announced in Nikon's Small World in Motion digital video competition, giving us the opportunity to look through the microscope…

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    For the past 30 years, Nikon has held a contest for the year’s best microphotography images, and competition has been fierce. In 2011, they brought those still images to…

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    There are plenty of large, incredible things in this world, from canyons to oceans and huge fossils left behind by dinosaurs. But most of the things that make up our wide world are small--tiny even. Often, these things escape notice because they are simply to small for the human eye to see. Which is where Nikon's annual Small World competition comes in. Every year a panel of judges selects the most stunning images of very small things. Often, the people who capture these images are scientists, who come across these stunning images in the course of their daily work. Nikon received over 2,000 submissions from 83 countries for this year's competition.


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    Nikon KeyMission 360

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    Nikon KeyMission 360

    Nikon's new 360-degree camera will be optimized for most virtual reality headsets. The footage it captures can also be uploaded to YouTube and Facebook.

    You've probably heard about 360-degree videos. You've also probably heard about action cameras. Today, Nikon announced its going to combine the two in a new camera called the KeyMission 360.

    The KeyMission 360 is compact like a GoPro, durable like a GoPro, and it also shoots 4K video like a GoPro. But what makes the KeyMission 360 truly unique is the the fact that it can take a beating while filming or photographing in all directions.

    At the time of the announcement earlier today at CES 2016, very little information was available about the camera's technical specifications. Here's the little information that we know: it's waterproof to approximately 100 feet (30 meters), dust-proof, shock-proof and survives low temperatures without a hitch.

    We still have no idea how much this device will cost, but it's safe to say it will likely be on the pricier side. Right now, GoPro's 360-degree camera rigs cost more than $1,000 including the cost of each camera. Nikon's solution appears to be much simpler, though we expect that functionality to come a premium.

    Nikon KeyMission 360

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    Nikon KeyMission 360

    An angled view of the new omnidirectional action camera.

    Nikon KeyMission 360

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    Nikon KeyMission 360

    A right-side view of the new omnidirectional action camera.

    Nikon KeyMission 360

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    Nikon KeyMission 360

    A view from the top of the new omnidirectional action camera.


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    camera crush

    Don't try this with your DSLR

    Ok, here's a math problem: if a picture is worth a thousand words, and a camera can take thousands of pictures, and a hydraulic press can shatter a camera into a…

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  • 09/20/12--06:06: Don't Buy A DSLR
  • Just getting into photography? Great! When you're looking for a camera, keep on walking past those DSLRs--as of now, their moment is over.

    You want to get more into photography. You've got somewhere between a few and several hundred dollars to spend on a camera. You want to learn a little bit about how this…

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    Your Instagram photos never looked better.

    Photographers post more than five million images from their phones to Instagram every day. Yet even the most sophisticated phone can't match the image resolution and quality…

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    Every year, Nikon's Small World contest rounds up the best in microscopic images, taken by scientists and artists alike. Here are our 11 favorites from this year.

    Click here to enter the gallery This year's entries in the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition, like past years', include abstract looks at the tiny world around…

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    Close looks at an immune reaction, competing sperm, and kidney cells win prizes in Nikon's microvideography contest.

    The winners have just been announced in Nikon's Small World in Motion digital video competition, giving us the opportunity to look through the microscope from the comfort of…

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    The 17 best micro-videos of the year show us the world invisible to the naked eye

    For the past 30 years, Nikon has held a contest for the year’s best microphotography images, and competition has been fierce. In 2011, they brought those still images to…

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    First Place: Bee Eye

    These are the winners of Nikon's 'Small World' competition

    There are plenty of large, incredible things in this world, from canyons to oceans and huge fossils left behind by dinosaurs. But most of the things that make up our wide…

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