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Daily Deals: Nikon Coolpix S100 Camera for $190 Off

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Summer is here and that means you might be going on a camping trip, you might be heading to the beach, or you might simply be having some good times with some good friends. Whatever the case, you'll probably want to take some pictures to capture those memories.

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Nikon Camera Tech Coming to Google Nexus 5 Smartphone

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This could be slowly changing, because there is a rumor that the upcoming Google Nexus 5 flagship Android smartphone will boast some camera technology coming by way of Nikon.

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The Best Black Friday Gadget Deals

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We've gathered up some of the best Black Friday gadget deals in one convenient place for you, so let's get down to it.

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Daily Deal: $100 off Nikon COOLPIX AW100 Waterproof Rugged Camera

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Whether you're going snorkeling in Maui or you've been deployed to the dusty battlefield of the Middle East, a regular old point and shoot camera just isn't going to cut it.

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Nikon CoolPix S800C Camera has the Full Power of Android at its Disposal

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Earlier this month, rumors were flying that Nikon was working on an Android-based digital camera. It turns out the were certainly more than just rumors after all, the CoolPix S800C has now officially been announced by Nikon, and looks to be a pretty capable camera indeed.

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Android-Powered Coolpix s800 is Smarter than the Average Camera

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With the evolution of smartphones with reasonably high-quality picture taking abilities built right in though, the compact camera market has begun to look less and less appealing. According to Nikon Rumors, the upcoming Coolpix S800 is planning to do something about this by bringing out of the first truly major smart camera.

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The $160,000 1970 Nikon Fish Eye

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Imagine the idea of a lens that can look behind itself, that's exactly what a Fisheye-Nikkor 6mm f2.8s can do, delivering a viewing angle of 220-degrees. So what's this new technology and when did it first arrive? It isn't new at all actually, the fisheye lens was first introduced at the Photokina trade show in Germany, in the year 1970. This thing is huge, 7-inches long and 10-inches in diameter, wit ha weight over 11 pounds. Imagine trying to comfortably hold this thing while taking a photo.

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Nikon Coolpix P510 Sports (42x) 1000mm Zoom

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The amateur shutterbug in us all have at one point or another wished we had one of those big zoom lens DSLRs to capture a nice eagle in the distance, a bit beyond the abilities of our point-and-shoot cameras don't ya think?

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Sony Adopts XQD Flash Memory Card Format

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Sony has a long history of pushing their proprietary formats for many things that otherwise (and outside of Sony) become more or less standardized. A good example of this Sony approach is their Memory Stick format that has irked quite a large number of Sony fans who wished at times that the Japanese company might be a bit more lenient and include SD memory card support in some of their devices. Well, it didn't happen this time, too. At least, not for SD Card format.

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Nikon D5100 DSLR Does HDR And Night Vision Too

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When shopping for a new digital camera, you have to look past the specs. Most entry-level SLRs have the same kinds of megapixel counts and such, so you've got to do something to stand out from the crowd. Like offer a 102,400 ISO night vision mode, as is the case with the Nikon D5100.

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Nikon Planning Embedded Sensor Fan for Cameras

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A recent patent filed by Nikon shows they may be looking to an old-fashioned answer to a new-technology problem. The problem? Some of Sony's newer cameras are having trouble with their sensors overheating, causing unexpected limitations to their usage.

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Nikon DSLR patent shoves pico projector in the back

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The world of DSLRs is largely dominated by the two juggernauts in the field: Nikon and Canon. Yes, there are definitely other alternatives, but these are the two biggest dogs in the yard. So, what can Nikon do to separate itself from Canon? How about a pico projector?

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Nikon D3100 14.2 megapixel DSLR with HD Video makes a friendly, learning experience

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The latest DSLR from Nikon is the D3100, an interesting configuration of HD video 1080p recording, with a bunch of automated guide features. Nikon seems to be making the DSLR camera into a point-and-shoot with a “Guide Mode” that lets you “sample images of what you can achieve with certain settings, for example if you change the shutter speed or aperture.”

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Nikon unveils massive consumer camera lineup for 2010

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With so many to list and too many to choose, Nikon has added seven new Coolpix compact digital cameras their S, L & P line of coolpix models. Prices are in the range of $129.95 to $399.95 and will ship be shipping between now and March.

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Nikon to Announce Camera-Projector Combo (VP650)

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Last month, I pondered with myself (and shared with you) what could be the next big digital camera feature. It seems that Nikon could have the answer, because the camera giant is reportedly working on a unit that integrates a pocket projector. You’ve probably seen some of these pico projectors in the past. They’re about the same size as a ...

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