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Welcome to Nikon Pro Online Winter 2004/5

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-17 18:27:22
Robert Cristina, Marketing Executive SLR Systems Nikon Europe: "The last few months have seen some significant news for professional photographers with the announcement of a replacement for the much-loved D1x and - what was a surprise for many - the 35mm Nikon F6. The new cameras underline what professionals have been telling us: that film continues to be used alongside digital according to the needs of the assignment or the client. The F6 makes this job easier by using a similar layout and menus so that digital and film SLRs can be used side-by-side with minimum interruption. Professionals also tell us that no two assignments or clients are the same."


NikonNet and Legends Behind the Lens honor Sandro

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-07 02:54:37
It is one thing to capture an image, but a photographer who has the ability to capture the soul of his subject is one worthy of honor. For over 25 years, world-renowned photographer Sandro, has been doing just that. Considered to be one of the most successful commercial photographers working today, Sandro's images have an ability to capture the personality of the subject through techniques that range from the subtle to the provocative. This December, NikonNet's inspiring monthly, "Legends Behind the Lens," honors the work of award-winning photographer Sandro (His last name is Miller, but he is known professionally by his first name only). Sandro's work has appeared in The New Yorker, Time, Newsweek, Forbes, and Details, among many others.


Nikon D70 Digital SLR Named 'Camera of the Year'

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-25 21:01:58
The Nikon D70 Digital SLR was named "Camera of the Year 2004" by the editors of Popular Photography & Imaging (Pop Photo) who called it "the camera that best refines or redefines photography." Pop Photo is the world's largest photography magazine. "For sheer technical virtuosity, there's the D70's color accuracy ... the best of any digital SLR we've ever tested," stated the current (December) issue of Pop Photo. "And its startup time - nearly instantaneous. Plus a burst mode that gives you more than a dozen fine-quality JPEGs at 3 frames per second ... It has the look, feel and functions that have led many pros to make the D70 their backup or even primary camera."


Nikon Coolpix price reduction and Cash Back promo

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-11 21:53:21
Nikon are pleased to announce a price reduction on the Coolpix 4200 and 5200 effective 9th November 2004. The recommended retail price for the Coolpix 4200 will now be £229.99 (previous price £249.99) and for the Coolpix 5200 will be £249.99 (previous price £279.99). In addition, Nikon are pleased to inform you of a Cash Back promotion available on the Coolpix 4200 and Coolpix 5200. Nikon are offering customers the opportunity to claim £50 back on the price they paid in-store on either of these products. The promotion will run for the weekend of the 13th and 14th November only. This will be the first of 4 such weekend promotions Nikon are running between now and Christmas.


Nikon introduces the Digiscoping System

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-05 15:00:02
Nikon Vision announces the release of several new Nikon Fieldscope accessories - Fieldscope Digital SLR Camera Attachment FSA-L1, Fieldscope Digital Camera Bracket FSB-1, and Wide DS Fieldscope Eyepieces. With the spread of digital cameras in recent years, super-telephoto shooting using a combination of Nikon Fieldscope with digital camera has become increasingly popular among birdwatchers. So popular, in fact, that it has led to many requests to Nikon for a Fieldscope accessory that enables shooting with digital SLR cameras. The Digital SLR Camera Attachment FSA-L1 is our response. By using it to attach a Nikon D70 or D100 digital SLR camera to your Fieldscope, you can perform super-telephoto shooting with a focal length of 1,500mm.


Nanotechnology makes a small world even smaller

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-29 05:00:34
The winning image of the 30th Annual Nikon International Small World Competition represents a range of new possibilities using nanotechnolgy to transform our physical world in ways never before imagined. Out of 1,200 images submitted from around the globe, only twenty were selected for this year's Small World Photomicrography exhibit. These winners will be recognized tonight at a twilight reception held at Good Morning America's Studios in New York's Times Square, where Nikon will debut the complete gallery of winning photos set to tour science and art museums across the nation beginning January 1, 2005. The top three images include Mr. Seth Coe-Sullivan's image, a spiderwort flower anther.


New Nikon Coolpix 5100 for Japan and Canada

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-24 14:23:37
There is a Nikon Coolpix digital compact camera on the market, but at this moment only for the Japanese and Canadian market. Then new Coolpix 5100 is a lightweight digital camera with slim dimensions, 5.1-megapixel performance and surprisingly simple operation. Building on the success and capabilities of the previously released Coolpix 4100, it features the same stylish grip for handling comfort and an enhanced Graphic User Interface (GUI), which displays easy-to-see menus on a bright, adjustable1.6-inch TFT LCD monitor. All controls are placed on the back of the camera for convenient access. Common with several current-release cameras in the Nikon's range, the Coolpix 5100 has the advantage of 14.5MB of internal memory.


New Nikon Telephoto Converter TC-E3PF introduction

Mark Peters : 2004-09-20 02:32:59
Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of the TC-E3PF - an advanced new 3x telephoto converter born of unique Nikon technology for use with the new 8 Megapixel COOLPIX 8400. Smaller and lighter, the TC-E3PF illustrates how Nikon is taking existing lenses and redesigning them for "on-the-go" convenience. Furthermore, the widely acclaimed TC-E3ED is also compatible with the Coolpix 8400. In conventional telephoto converters, a lens with a pronounced convex shape is used to refract the light received through the first element to a greater degree. This results in the desired reproduction ratio, however chromatic aberration can occur. In the event that a convex ED lens is used, such chromatic aberration is corrected.






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