Today, Nikon released a statement with plans for a companywide restructure, including reassigning over 1500 employees. So what does the financial struggles for the imaging giant mean for photographers?
The Nikon D500 just got even more enticing for wildlife and sports photographers. Today, the camera giant announced a new kit option that essentially offers a free $450 battery grip over buying each product at list price.
The photography competition that features details too tiny to see with the naked eye has announced its 2016 winners, which feature a stunning collection of microphotography shots, from the scientific to the artistic.
Nikon announced a pair of new full-frame FX lenses for its F-mount-based DSLRs. The new PC 19mm is a tilt-shift lens designed to give creative focus, while an updated 70-200mm is a weather-sealed telephoto.
Long exposures heat up a sensor and introduce more noise -- this modified Nikon D5500 designed for shooting the night sky solves the issue with a cooling back. That modification comes at a pretty hefty price tag, however.
Nikon is entering the action cam market with the new KeyMission series. The lineup includes an already unveiled 360-degree camera, but is adding two additional models – a standard action cam and a wearable body cam.
U.K.-based Cooke Optics just announced that it will make its coveted line of miniS4/i cinema lenses available to shooters of Canon and Nikon DSLRs as well as Sony and Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras thanks to interchangeable mounts.
Nikon is taking its workshop program to the web. The new Nikon School Online was launched today with three initial classes covering the basics, use of speed light flashes and tips on photographing kids and pets.
Nikon's 2016-17 photo contest will pay homage to both young photographer's and the company's upcoming 100th anniversary with two new categories. Nikon says about half of last year's submissions were from photographers under 30.