The pre-order links for the Nikon Z50 (including kit lenses), 58mm f/0.95 Noct, and MB-N10 battery pack have been released. See below.
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Today, Nikon announced its newest mirrorless camera, the Nikon Z50. Sporting a host of advanced features at an aggressive $860 price ($1000 including lens), the Z50 is Nikon’s attempt to reclaim some of the pocket-sized ILC market that Sony, Fuji, and Canon gobbled up. Here’s what you need to know.
It's been more than a year since Nikon pre-announced the 58mm f/0.95 Noct lens and mirrorless battery pack, but the company just "officially" announced them today. If you've followed the rumors of the 58mm Noct, the whopping $8000 release price may not surprise you - but it's still extremely high.
Amazon is known for its great "Deal of the Day" prices, and today's are particularly impressive for photographers buying a memory card. Specifically - a 128GB SD card from PNY (a brand we recommend) is selling for a diminutive $16, among other sales on SD, Micro SD, and flash drives.
Nikon just announced its seventh lens for the Nikon Z mirrorless cameras, the Z 24mm f/1.8 S. Although we already knew this lens would arrive in 2019 thanks to Nikon's roadmap, today's announcement sheds much more light on its features. The 24mm f/1.8 ships in October for an MSRP of $1000.
Nikon has just announced that it is "developing" the next generation top-of-the-line "flagship" camera for sports and wildlife photographers, the Nikon D6. The launch is intended for the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan next summer, which is going to be an important event for all major camera manufacturers, including…
Today Sony announced two APS-C cameras - the high-end A6600 and the stripped down version of the A6400 in the form of the A6100. Both cameras will be available later this year at price points of $1400 and $750 for body-only versions.
Rounding out the list of Canon announcements today are two pro-level zooms for the company's full-frame mirrorless cameras: a 24-70mm f/2.8 and the world's first 15-35mm f/2.8 zoom. Both will be available in late September, each selling for $2300.
Canon just announced the M6 Mark II, a major upgrade to its crop-sensor mirrorless lineup. With a 32.5-megapixel sensor, 4K video, and 14 FPS continuous shooting, the M6 II isn't dissimilar from the also-just-announced Canon 90D DSLR. Here's what you need to know.
Today, among a slew of mirrorless announcements, Canon announced their newest DSLR: the 32.5-megapixel Canon 90D. The 90D is a significant upgrade to Canon’s earlier 80D DSLR, which we gave high praise in our review. Here’s everything you need to know about the 90D.