Cameras are an important part of our lives. Our phones have them, and some watches even have them. Though phones are getting better at taking pictures and videos, there’s still no real replacement for a good DSLR. If you’ve yet to pick up a DSLR (or have been waiting for a good deal to come around), the Nikon Black Friday ad is perfect for you.
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Nikon is normally a camera company related to wildlife photography and high-end DSLR cameras. Well, the company decided to change that today with the introduction of its first full-frame mirrorless camera.
Until now, Sony has been the king of full-frame mirrorless cameras. The A7-series that Sony offers is regarded as one of the best “all around” full-frame cameras on the market, garnering praise from videographers and photographers alike. Nikon seems to want a piece of this action and launched its Z-series of cameras today.
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Nikon has announced a follow-up to its COOLPIX P900 super-telephoto camera that offered a jaw-dropping 24-2000mm focal range. The new camera is predictably named the COOLPIX P1000 and increases its range to a mind-boggling 3000mm. In the company’s press release, Nikon touted that the P1000 offers the world’s highest optical zoom among cameras in its class. expand full story
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Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity on DSLR cameras is not a new phenomenon. There are plenty of cameras on the market that currently offer this feature set to consumers. But there are some disadvantages to using Wi-Fi directly with a camera: it can drain your phone and DSLR battery quickly, requires your device to be locked into your camera’s network, and can be limited to a short distance depending on the setting.
Alpine Labs has a plan to improve on that. Its new Pulse remote plugs into the USB port on a number of Canon and Nikon cameras and attaches to the hotshoe mount to add iPhone-connected controls to your DSLR. It has a simplistic interface and design plus it’s low energy connectivity make it particularly noteworthy.
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It features a 20.5MP BSI CMOS Sensor for “high-quality images and life like colors with crystal clear resolution.” It can also upload to social media sites and has a host of other smart features. It has built-in Wi-Fi with NFC and can also shoot 1080p HD video. Amazon customers gave it 4/5 stars with great reviews.
Buydig also has great prices on the refurbished
Nikon 1 J3 Mirrorless Digital Camera as well as a couple of refurbished lenses when you enter the coupon code: CLMBS at checkout. Nikon 1 J3 w/ 10-30mm VR Lens in Black $179 Nikon 1 J1 w/ 10-30mm VR Lens in Red $145 Nikon 1 Nikkor 30-110mm f/3.8-5.6 VR Lens White or Red $95
More great point and shoot options:
PowerShot ELPH 510 HS Silver Refurb: $72.99 (Drops in cart) shipped
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The Nikon D3200 features a 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor and EXPEED 3 image-processing engine, you can get great resolution shots even when you print trimmed images from it. It has a guide mode function that gives information to help beginners at taking better photos. With the Wireless Mobile Adapter, you can control the camera and also transmit captured images to smart devices wirelessly. It’s also designed with a compact and lightweight body that you can carry with you wherever you go.
The D3200 received a near perfect 4.6/5 stars from Amazon customers and excellent reviews.
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