Development of a next-generation full-frame mirrorless camera and NIKKOR lenses – featuring a new mount that pursues a new dimension in optical performance
London, United Kingdom, 25th July, 2018: Nikon is pleased to announce the development of a full-frame, Nikon FX-format, mirrorless camera and NIKKOR lenses that features a new mount.
The mirrorless camera and NIKKOR lenses that are in development have enabled the pursuit of a new dimension in optical performance, with the adoption of a new mount. The mirrorless camera is the result of Nikon’s advanced optical and manufacturing capabilities gained through over a century of heritage, as well as superior image processing technology. The expertise built up through the development of Nikon’s digital-SLR cameras has also critically contributed to this development.
With this new mirrorless camera and NIKKOR lenses, we are committed to providing photographers with the ability to capture images that are richer and more vivid than ever before.
Additionally, a new mount adapter is being developed for the new mirrorless camera. This will work with the F-Mount NIKKOR lenses that are part of the Nikon digital-SLR system, adding to the variety of choices for photographers.
Nikon will continue to lead imaging culture with the launch of the new mirrorless camera, as well as with the continued development of Nikon digital-SLR cameras, providing consumers with the choices to enjoy the unique values of either system.
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Details, including the release date and suggested retail price, will be shared at a later date.
The new Nikon Coolpix P1000
with 3000mm zoom
Nikon today introduces the all-new COOLPIX P1000, the world’s only compact camera to boast a 125x optical zoom. From moonscapes to wildlife, distant aircraft to cityscapes, users can capture subjects that were out of reach – until now.
This extraordinary 16 Megapixel camera makes capturing striking photos and 4K movies incredibly easy. The 125x optical zoom offers the world’s biggest zoom range of 24–3000mm whilst the 250x Dynamic Fine Zoom digitally extends the upper limit to an incredible 6000mm. That’s enough zoom power to capture craters on the moon.
The maximum aperture of f/2.8 delivers superb results in low light whilst Nikon’s advanced lens technologies minimise distortion for remarkably sharp images, even when shooting at ultra-high-telephoto focal lengths. RAW support has also been added to the camera, enabling photographers to save and export uncompressed image files to their processing/editing program of choice. Additionally, movie shooters can record super-telephoto 4K/UHD video footage: perfect when filming distant wildlife in their natural habitat.
Ultra-high zoom. The sky is no longer the limit. Shoot with a 125x optical zoom (24–3000mm) and 250x Dynamic Fine Zoom (6000 mm).
Jaw-dropping shots. The bright f/2.8 – f/8 NIKKOR lens, 16 MP sensor, EXPEED image processor, and RAW support combine to deliver sharp results.
Super-telephoto 4K movies. Easily record 4K/UHD 30p footage, or Full HD (1080p) video at frame rates of up to 60p. Film in stereo sound and benefit from clean HDMI out.
Steady images. Dual Detect Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) counters the effects of camera shake for sharper stills and movies. VR Active mode delivers a more stable viewfinder and monitor image.
Any angle. The bright 3.2-in 921k-dot LCD monitor can be tilted and twisted in almost any direction.
Smooth zoom control. A large grip and a side zoom-control ease handling. A snap-back zoom button instantly retracts the lens from super-telephoto to a wider angle, making it easy to pick up subjects that have moved out of shot.
Perfect results. RAW support lets users save and export uncompressed image files to processing/editing programs.
Share the wonder. SnapBridge connectivity lets users sync photos to a smart device as they shoot. SnapBridge also makes it possible to use the smart device to shoot remotely.
Sales start: 6th September 2018
Grays of Westminster is providing a pre-order system for this model. If you would like to place your order or register your interest please contact us today on: 020 7828 4925 or email email@example.com.
Nikon Owner magazine Cover – issue 61
CONTENTS – ISSUE 61 2018
TASMANIA: A D500 AND SOME THOUGHTS ON COMPOSITION
By John Archer-Thomson
John Archer-Thomson and his wife Sally travelled to Tasmania with John’s newly-acquired D500 to photograph the magnificent scenery, flora and wildlife.
COPYRIGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHERS: FIRST STEPS
By Andrew Waller
In March this year Andrew Waller gave a very well-received talk to the Nikon Owner London Group on the subject of copyright; this article is based on his talk.
JAWS DOWN UNDER
by Heather Angel
Heather Angel’s extraordinary image of a huge salt-water crocodile captured from Darwin harbour was the first time an unplanned grabbed shot was selected for a front cover.
CASE AIR WIRELESS CONTROL SYSTEM
By Simon Stafford
Technical Editor Simon Stafford takes a look at the Case Air wireless remote camera control system distributed by Tether Tools.
ANDREW MAIN WILSON’S EPIC ADVENTURE
Ethiopia: The Rock Church of Lalibela
Andrew Main Wilson traverses the world to capture the essence of each country in one iconic image; this time he visits the magnificent underground Rock Church of Lalibela in Ethiopia.
OUT OF THE WILD
by Becky Danese
Becky Danese visits the Big Cat Sanctuary in Smarden, Kent and explores the use of lenses, shutter-speed, aperture, autofocus and exposure.
TONY HURST GALLERY:
Words by Gray Levett
Tony Hurst took a stunning shot of a Nikon F3 that he called “The Gold Standard”. Gray Levett discusses the importance of the Nikon F3 in Nikon’s history.
by Simon Stafford
Simon Stafford explains how to get the best out of the Nikon AF TC-E type teleconverters.
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All Party Parliamentary Photography Exhibition
Lord Birt, Baroness Floella Benjamin, Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Lord Greenway, Lord Crathorne and Sir David Amess MP
Nikon is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 UK All Party Parliamentary Photography Exhibition.
The five winning images, unveiled during a ceremony at the opening of the exhibition yesterday, were announced as Baroness Floella Benjamin, Lord Birt, Lord Crathorne, Sir David Amess MP and Lord Greenway, with Lord Greenway proclaimed as the overall winner in this year’s competition.
The competition is open to serving MPs and members of the House of Lords and aims to celebrate the skilled photographic talent within the Palaces of Westminster. Providing an opportunity to showcase their creative imaging talents, the competition has produced a collection of stunning, thought-provoking and insightful images.
A judging panel, chaired by the renowned Press Photographer, Professor Dr Michael Maloney OBE, together with the Editor of Amateur Photographer Magazine, Nigel Atherton, and John Walshe, Vice President of Nikon Europe, scrutinised all submissions to identify this year’s winning entrants.
Commenting on the competition John Walshe said, “Nikon is delighted to have supported the 2018 All Party Parliamentary Photography competition and exhibition. I think all of us know the incredible abilities of everyone within Westminster to be able to present and interpret events from a different perspective and it’s great to see that they have been able to apply the same skills within a photographic context to produce some incredibly creative images.”
The winning and shortlisted images will be on display at the Houses of Parliament from Monday 2nd July. Each winning entry will receive £100 as a donation from Nikon to a charity of their choice.
Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Lord Greenway and John Walshe, Vice President of Nikon Europe
Overall winning image – Lord Greenway
Overall winning image – Lord Greenway
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New Nikkor AF-S 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR
Recently released, the AF-S NIKKOR 180–400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR, the first telephoto in the NIKKOR lineup to boast a built-in 1.4x teleconverter. Always sharp and always steady, this zoom lens allows 560 mm of reach the instant the action demands it.
We now have a very small number in stock and available for purchase.
From stadium to mountainside, the AF-S NIKKOR 180–400mm f/4E TC1.4 lets you own every advantage out in the field. A solid, well-positioned lever ensures easy, comfortable activation of the teleconverter.
Photographers can increase the 180–400mm (f/4) focal-length range to 560 mm (f/5.6) without adjusting their hold on the camera, or taking their eye away from the viewfinder.
The advanced optical design ensures photographers can extend their reach without compromising sharpness. And Nikon’s Vibration Reduction (VR) allows a four-stop advantage, even with the teleconverter engaged.
SPORT VR reliably tracks fast-moving subjects, and advanced autofocus ensures subject-acquisition performance is superb.
Ergonomic advantages include the fact that typical zoom- and focus-ring positions have been reversed for more balanced handling, and a fluorite lens element helps keep the weight down.
Price: £10,999.00 inc. VAT
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