"More power" "More control" "More versatile’ "More excitement". This is the advertisement logo for the new 10.2Mpix SLR camera on the Nikon’s web site. The conundrum cam will be aimed at the professional photographers. You don’t need to wait a lot as the teaser add states ’20 days from now’.
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Just spotted a good deal on Amazon that might be of your interest! Amazon is offering free memory card, a massive 256MB of photo storage, on the purchase of one of the top digital camera from Canon, Kodak, Nikon and others. You can even apply the value of a free card to a higher-capacity memory card.
Well, here are some more pics of the Nikon D80, the new 10.2 Mpix camera from Nikon. As I have already mentioned that the camera is aimed at the high-end professionals, let’s see what Nikon D80 will offer after it gets official release. I really do hope for ‘More power’ ‘More control’ ‘More versatile’ ‘More excitement’ with Nikon D80.
Hoodman is well known for providing the camera operators with additional accessories and glare free viewing for improved outdoor photography. Now, Hoodman has revealed the new H-RAV Universal Right Angle Viewer that helps the enthusiasts to shoot from difficult angles. With the new H-RAV Universal Right Angle Viewer, you don’t need to exercise a lot to shoot a picture from an awkward angle. The H-RAV integrates built-in diopter with 1X and 2.5X capability, swiveling 360-degree rotation and common mounting attachments. The H-RAV is compatible with most of the digital SLRs in the market such as Canon, Nikon, and FujiFilm. The H-RAV comes in a protective case and costs US $129.99.
Now, you could control your Digital SLRs remotely via a computer, thanks to the Nikon WT-3 Wireless Transmitter, which has got FCC thumbs up. The WT-3 provides you with the functionality of connecting your SLR to wireless and Ethernet ports, so that you can gain remote access to your camera and transfer the photos directly to an FTP server or printer. The WT-3 transmitter support different types of modes, Transfer mode to upload images to the computer, PC mode to remotely control the camera, Print mode to print photos on the printer and Print mode PD10 to print photos on PictBridge printer via PD-10 wireless printer adapter. The WT-3 is acquiescent with IEEE 802.11b/g networks and 100BaseTx/10BaseT wired networks.
At last, the wait for Nikon D80 is over as it is about to land into your hands in a short time. Well, it really matches Nikon’s hyperbole of ‘More power’ ‘More control’ ‘More versatile’ ‘More excitement’. With the 10.2 Megapixel Nikon DX format CCD imaging sensor, the Nikon D80 produces stupendous images at an excellent resolution. The new 12-bit high-resolution Nikon image-processing engine aims at delivering quality images. Other key features include Continuous shooting at up to 3 frames per second, 3D Color Matrix Metering II, Built-in Speedlight with Nikon i-TTL flash metering, 2.5′ LCD color monitor with 170-degree for wide-angle viewing and Image Optimization Mode. The advanced Nikon D80 will cost you around $999.95 excluding the lens and $1299.95 for the body combined with 18-135mm DX Zoom Nikkor lens. The Nikon D80 would be available in September 2006.
After the announcement of APO 50-150mm F2.8 EX DC HSM lens, Sigma has introduced yet another lens for digital cameras and SLRs, the new 8mm F3.5 EX DG Circular Fisheye lens to allow the enthusiasts to do proper justice with their photography. I am impressed with the wide-angle viewing of 180-degrees when mounted on any 35mm digital camera. The creativity comes along with its unique fisheye design. Its multi-layer lens and Special Low Dispersion glass compensates for the flare, chromatic and color anomaly. The speciality of this lens is its usage for scientific purposes like vegetation distribution of the rain forest awning. The brand new 8mm F3.5 EX DG Circular Fisheye lens fits Sigma, Nikon, Canon, Sony and Pentax AF lens mounts. No info about price and availability.
Nikon has stolen all the thunder in the stiff competition between the digital camera manufacturers after the Nikon D200 digital SLR camera was honored with the title of European Camera of the Year 2006-2007. Moreover, European Photo Innovation of the Year 2006-2007 landed into the lap of the Nikon’s photo finishing software Capture NX. The declaration was made by European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA), who recently crowned Nokia N93 the ‘Media Phone of the Year 2006-2007′. EISA applauded Nikon D200 for its enthralling 10.2-megapixel CCD image sensor that lets the enthusiasts and professional photographers to get the best out of it and shoot high-quality pictures. The 3D color metering and Image Optimization mode allows the users to get fine results. The Capture NX imaging software enables photographers to adjust color, hue, brightness and is compatible with any format e.g. JPEG, GIF or NEF. EISA will officially give away the awards in Berlin, Germany on September 1, 2006.
The Nikon’s famed technology, Capture NX that was crowned with the title of European Photo Innovation of the Year 2006-2007 by EISA, has got a new look now. Nikon has announced a new version 1.0.1 of Capture NX to support Nikon D80 DSLR. The new version features featuring U Point technology for editing software application for digital photographers. The company says that it will resolve the issues that arose with the version 1.0.
Here are some more pictures of the Nikon D80, the new 10.2 Mpix camera from Nikon that is targeted at high-end professionals. The guys at Engadget got hands on these fine pictures of the camera along with the accessories .