Nikon has announced it will add an 800mm f/5.6 prime lens to its Nikkor lens line-up with full compatibility with Nikon’s FX DSLR cameras.
Nikon’s first cropped-sensor mirrorless camera combines key features from its ‘full-frame’ Z-mount cameras and its enthusiast-level DSLR cameras.
Nikon’s entry-level DSLR camera retains the 24.2-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 4 processor of its predecessor but features a redesigned, lighter body.
The new Nikon Z6 boasts 24.5 megapixel resolution, 273-point hybrid AF, a native ISO range from 100 to 51200 and up to 12 fps burst shooting.
Nikon’s flagship mirrorless camera offers 45.7 megapixel resolution, hybrid AF with 493 sensor points and 4K video recording in a compact, weatherproof body.
Nikon’s D850, which replaces the popular D810, brings a lot of the technologies from the D5 to a ‘full frame’ camera for serious enthusiasts and imaging professionals.
With a resolution of 45.7 megapixels and an Australian RRP of $5,200 (body only), the D850 is aimed squarely at Nikon-using professional photographers looking for medium format level resolution. Doubtless there will also be a few well-heeled landscape shooters taking a closer look too…
Nikon’s D7500 is a welcome update to a popular line of affordable DSLRs that adds 4K video recording and a tilting LCD monitor.
A minor update to the D5500 with the addition of SnapBridge connectivity and support for in-camera creation of time-lapse movies.
DxOMark has published a list of ‘best lenses’ recommendations for high-end Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, based upon hardware testing.