Products — Nikon

Welcome to Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year! To celebrate, we’ve curated the finest collection of cameras, lenses, accessories and other equipment and are offering them at special savings exclusively to our pictureline customers. These deals begin on Black Friday and are good only for a limited time. Read on to find out some of our favorites:...
Today, Nikon added an APS-C mirrorless camera to its Z lineup with the Nikon Z50. Nikon entered the mirrorless world only about a year ago with their full-frame Z6 and Z7 cameras. Before, if a customer wanted to switch over to mirrorless, it was a hefty price at $2,000 and $3,400 respectively. Now, with the Z50, switching to mirrorless is...
We get a lot of questions about the Nikon EN-EL15b, the update to Nikon's standard DSLR battery. So, what’s the difference between this updated battery and the older EN-EL15a and EN-EL15 versions? The newer, and slightly modified EN-EL15b battery was released to coincide with the launch of Nikon’s new mirrorless Z6 and Z7 cameras in the latter half of 2018....
With the mirrorless camera market exploding, it can be difficult to find a camera that is best for you. Since there are so many aspects that go into the decision-making process when purchasing a new camera, it is important to consider which camera has everything you need at the right price point. Whether you are looking for a small camera...
Impressive image quality with Outstanding Operability Primary Features 1. The high-performance EXPEED 5 image-processing engine enables the same image quality as the D500 The D7500 is equipped with the same high-performance EXPEED 5 image-processing engine found in the D500. It supports the ISO 100-51200 range of standard sensitivities*, and the synergistic effects of utilization with the Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor, with its...
Capture the jewels of the night sky with Nikon's first DSLR dedicated to long-exposure deep-sky astrophotography.  The D810A records the brilliant red tones of H-alpha emission nebulae with advanced levels of detail and sharpness, wide dynamic range and rich tonality almost unimaginable until now.  Take your passion for the cosmos out of this world with the Nikon D810A. Based on...
Why step up to a Nikon full-frame FX-format DSLR? Because a BIGGER sensor means BETTER results! When it comes to achieving superior image quality - finer resolution, higher sensitivity, and true-to-life detail and definition; plus, more creative freedom when enlarging and cropping - size absolutely matters. The sensor in your current Nikon DX-format or perhaps competitor's APS-C format, is approximately...
The moment Nikon shooters have been patiently waiting for is finally here; Profoto Air Remote TTL-N, giving Nikon photographer’s full TTL operations with the B1 Off-Camera Flash. The most exciting feature of the B1 is its TTL metering, which has only been available for Canon shooters since its release back in November.  Since the launch, the B1 has been called...
With the recent addition of Canon's 16-35 f/4 IS, I was curious how it stacks up against the 16-35 f/2.8 version of the lens, and I also decided I'd add in the Nikon version to compare all three. For the purposes of this review, I'll refer to the lenses as follows: Canon 16-35 f/4 L IS as the "IS" lens...
Since the release of the original D800 in early 2012, then soon after the D800E, Nikon DSLR’s set the standard in high quality imagery in terms of pixel count, impressive dynamic range, versatile AF points and advanced features for both still and video shooting.  With the release of the D810, Nikon is improving on an already impressive design, furthering the...
And then Nikon went wild… We were lucky to attend CES 2014 and we couldn’t help but notice Nikon. Obviously we had to stop to "oooh" and "ahhh" over the soon to be released Nikon D4S, but our excitement didn’t stop there. We’ve received quite the influx of new Nikon products, so we’ve put together a quick guide of some...