It wasn't that long ago that 4K and an interchangeable lens camera meant a high price. Not so these days, and Canon might be part of that reason.
It’s been a week of special announcements, and not just for phones, as Nikon outs its next big deal, and it really truly is.
It’s rare that pre-announcements get our attention, but Nikon’s next camera has our attention, even if we only know a name.It’s 2017, and Nikon is turning 100, established on this day in 1917, though back then for optics rather than cameras.For its 100th birthday and anniversary, special edition cameras have been made available and cake has likely been served (just not over email), the company has also taken the time to talk up its future, and while levitating cameras and holography aren’t quite there yet, the…
Some people scream "Happy Birthday" with a cake, balloons, and cheers. Nikon does it with crystals, merch, and special edition cameras.
If you're still a Nikon camera user and were keen to upgrade to something a little more future-friendly without the heavy cost, you might finally get your chance.
The traditional camera makers took a little longer to enter the world of instant transfer than the mirrorless manufacturers, but now that they each have a couple, it's full speed ahead. Case in point, Nikon, which has a new camera on the way.