The Nikon Museum has launched its second 100th Anniversary Special Exhibition called 'Prototype Cameras -- Developers' Memories.' This exhibit, which will be running from April 4th through July 1st, showcases about 40 of the maker's prototype cameras spanning dates from the 1940s through the 1980s, including its notable Nikon Model I Prototype 1 unit.
This exhibition includes rare prototypes of cameras that never entered mass production, says Nikon, giving the general public a chance to check out cameras otherwise sealed away from public view. The museum is also offering special commentaries for the Nikon F3 prototype and the Nikon F prototype from 1975 and 1957, respectively. Those commentaries are by Nikon's Imaging Product R&D Laboratory lab manager Tetsuro Goto.
If you're in the market for a new DSLR camera, it seems that Nikon might have something for you that could be announced very soon. In a post on Nokishita, an alleged image of the Nikon D7500 has been revealed, which apparently is due for a release in June 2017, so we should be able to expect an official announcement in the coming weeks or months.
As for what we might be able to expect from the camera, the folks at Nikon Rumors have posted some specs which includes a 20MP sensor that is based off on the Nikon D500, so if you liked what the D500 could do then the D7500 should be equally pleasing. It is also expected to sport an iSO range of 100 – 51,200, the ability to capture video in 4K resolution, a 51-points AF system, 8fps continuous shooting capabilities, a tilt screen LCD which should help photographers grab some interesting angles, as well as SnapBridge support.
Nikon has formally reported a scope of uncommon version items to stamp the company's 100th commemoration. To start with appeared at the CP+ appear back in February, we'll need to sit tight until June for valuing and accessibility information.
The 100th commemoration items incorporate gunmetal dim variants of the company's premium D5 and D500 DSLRs, close by the 'holy trinity' of F2.8 zooms, and uncommon versions of Nikon's WX 7×50 IF and WX 10×50 IF binoculars.
In 2004 I expected to settle on a vague overpowering decision from various related picture takers: Canon EOS 300D (Digital Rebel) or Nikon D70 - which one was to wind up observably my initially progressed SLR? The Canon, which had been pushed in August 2003 was the key honest to goodness buyer level DSLR and had been on my rundown of things to get for two or three months when, in January 2004, Nikon shook ball and impelled a prompt contender to the EOS 300D: the D70, the organization's first sub-$1000 progressed SLR.
The D70 conferred a significant add up to its 2-year-more settled kinfolk D100, including a six megapixel CCD sensor and the MultiCAM 900 self-modify system. It didn't have the other option to join a hand hold and went with less custom limits and a plastic body however offered better execution and moreover upgraded picture sharpness and detail when appeared differently in relation to its all the more exorbitant cousin.
Today, Nikon has made accessible another firmware bundle good with its W100 advanced camera, in particular form 1.2, which figures out how to evacuate a bug that kept the camera from turning on.
In expansion to that, the present refresh additionally settles an issue that created expanded deplete on the battery when Bluetooth was crippled and Airplane mode was on. Still, consider that these matters were experienced in uncommon cases.