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What’s New with Nikon

What’s New with Nikon

With all the talk about the upcoming summer Olympics, photographers are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Nikon’s new releases. One of the new Nikon cameras coming out is the D6. Its highlight feature is a new AF system, which Nikon claims to be its most powerful yet. With Nikon’s new camera release of the D780, Nikon effectively takes the best of the Z-series mirrorless range and puts it into a DSLR. Nikon's new Z series camera system is now firmly established. The challenge now is to equip that system with exciting native lenses. Nikon has already released lenses that cover the most popular focal lengths. Next on the list for Nikon’s latest releases are these four new lenses. Nikon’s Latest Release- D6 Just in time for this summer’s Olympic games, Nikon has finally unveiled their latest flagship full-frame DSLR for sports shooters and photojournalists. It’s a speed-focused DSLR that’ll likely be picked up by a lot of sports photographers headed to Tokyo. Nikon’s latest release, the D6 from Beachcamera.com, still uses a 20.8-megapixel full-frame sensor, but it has a new Expeed 6 processor that allows for 14 fps full-resolution burst shooting or up to 10.5 fps in live view. Nikon’s new camera release can also take 8-megapixel shots at 30 fps or 2-megapixel at 60 fps for times when resolution is not a priority. Native ISO goes from 100 to 102,400. Nikon has revamped the autofocus system for the D6, reducing the number of points from 153 to 105 but making all of them cross-type and selectable. This makes the autofocus coverage 1.6 times “denser.” The center point can focus down to -4.5EV, while all the others work at -4EV. Nikon’s new camera release has the most Powerful AF System in Nikon History. Nikon’s latest release, the D6, is available for pre-order now just in time for spring and summer sporting events! D780- DSLR with Mirrorless Tech The Nikon new release D780 from Beachcamera.com is a full-frame camera with the Nikon F-lens mount. That means it has a sensor that’s the same size as a 35mm film frame. The Nikon new release D780 is aimed at enthusiast and semi-professional photographers. But it may also be of interest to professional photographers looking for a smaller full-frame camera than Nikon’s latest release, the D6. In video and Live View mode, the D780 uses the same hybrid autofocus system as the Z6. This system combines phase detection with contrast detection and there are 273 points available for selection, plus Eye-Detection AF for still-shooting. As it’s an SLR, the D780 has another autofocus system for when images are composed in the optical viewfinder. This has a dedicated AF sensor with 51 user-selectable phase detection AF points with 15 cross-type points. Thanks to the D780’s Expeed 6 processing engine it’s able to shoot full-resolution images at up to 7fps with continuous autofocusing and metering, or 12fps in Silent Live View Photography mode. The Nikon new release D780 is a great combination of DSLR and mirrorless technology. Its two fast and effective autofocus systems, along with the tilting touchscreen make it a versatile camera that’s perfect for experienced photographers. Nikkor Z 70-200mm Lens- Ultra-Close Focus The Nikon new release NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S is the latest in the ever-expanding Z mount lens line, giving users of Nikon Z series mirrorless cameras an indispensable lens for capturing action and portraits. For professional sports and wildlife photographers, the Nikon new release is an enticing high-performance, professional super telephoto F mount NIKKOR lens. This Nikon new release is a must-have for those shooting action, weddings, events, news, wildlife and portraits. Equipped with a versatile focal range, fast f/2.8 aperture and an impressive 5 stops of built-in optical VR image stabilization, the NIKKOR Z 70-200mm gives mirrorless shooters the flexibility to capture astoundingly sharp images and videos in a variety of scenarios. Additionally, multimedia and content creators using the lens will appreciate the stepping motor (STM) for extremely quiet autofocus operation and reduced focus breathing. Nikon continues to push the boundaries in imaging and lens technology with these Nikon new releases.  
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