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Nikon Names World-Class Photographer as Nikon Ambassador

Melville, NY—Nikon bolstered the Nikon Ambassador program with the addition of world-class photographer, adventurer and alpinist Cory Richards. A talented visual storyteller as well...

Nikon Adds Coolpix A1000 & B600 Long-Zoom P&S Models

Las Vegas, NV—Nikon introduced the Coolpix A1000 and Coolpix B600 point-and-shoot cameras with integral long-zoom capabilities. For the everyday photographer who wants optical capabilities...

Strategy Session: Get “Smart”

As members of the Imaging Alliance, we’re lucky enough to have the NPD Group on our board to provide us with relevant industry information....

Nikon Unveils Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S Z Mount Lens

Las Vegas, NV—Nikon debuted the Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S fast-aperture standard zoom lens. The lens is offered to professional and advanced photographers as...

3 Legged Thing Debuts Zelda L Bracket for Nikon Z Cameras

Stagsden, UK—British tripod manufacturer 3 Legged Thing introduced its first camera-specific L bracket. Following the phenomenal of its QR11 universal L brackets, the company...

ProGrade Digital Recovery Pro Software

San Jose, CA—ProGrade Digital introduced Recovery Pro. The professional-grade software assists with recovery of photo and video files that are lost, accidentally deleted and/or...

CES 2019 Editor’s Notebook: Are Cameras Now About the Experience?

As I walk around the Las Vegas Convention Center on the first day of CES 2019, I harken back to just a few years...

Social Networks Expand with 3D & 360º Photos and Videos

After an initial flurry of interest, 360º cameras haven’t quite taken off yet as an imaging category experiencing strong growth. Predictions and estimates vary,...

Nikon Unveils Nikkor Z 14–30mm f/4 S Filter-Attachable, Ultrawide-Angle Zoom

Las Vegas, NV—Nikon introduced two products at CES booth #14006. The Nikkor Z 14–30mm f/4 S is the first ultrawide zoom lens to take...

Selective Focus: Turning Point—Megapixels, Formats and the Need for Speed

There’s no question that 2018 saw a turning point in camera build and technology, with EVF models making a run at DSLR dominance. Thanks to...