Nikon D800



Nikon D800

Nikon D800

Nikon in South Africa announced a groundbreaking new 36.3 megapixel FX-format professional D-SLR, the Nikon D800.

Designed to answer the needs of tomorrow’s photography and video today, the masterful Nikon D800 is packed with new technology that delivers unprecedented levels of depth and detail in photography, and offers all the flexibility necessary to shoot broadcast quality video.

Firmly establishing a league of its own, the Nikon D800 offers imaging potential to rival medium format cameras, but with all of the agility of the D-SLR format — giving professionals who demand attention to detail the freedom to create monumental images.

In an industry first, this exciting launch includes a special edition of the D800 – the Nikon D800E. With a modified optical filter, the D800E offers a unique alternative for those seeking the ultimate in definition.

Romi Jacobs, Chief Brand Officer for Nikon in South Africa said: “The Nikon D800 is the ultimate full-frame D-SLR with significant ramifications for the future of image making and video. The overwhelming 36.3 megapixel resolution resolves detail like never before and the comprehensive video options will captivate moviemakers of all disciplines.” She added: “We’re really excited about what the D800 means for anyone who is serious about telling stories through still images, movies or both.”

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Nikon’s new super-zoom lens cameras

Nikon P150

Nikon P150

Introducing the COOLPIX P510 and COOLPIX L810

Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1st Feb 2012 – Nikon Europe today announces two new super-zoom cameras. The COOLPIX P510, successor to the hugely popular COOLPIX P500, offers an astounding 42x optical NIKKOR zoom lens that reaches a powerful 1000mm super-telephone focal length, down to a 24mm wide-angle. It also packs a 16-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and advanced lens-shift vibration reduction. The 16-megapixel L810, successor to the COOLPIX L120, gets closer to the action than ever, thanks to a 26x extreme wide-angle optical zoom lens.

“With its record-breaking focal length of 1000mm, the P510 is able to capture detail that would be too far to reach with any other camera. Steady shots are ensured in any situation, thanks to advanced lens-shift vibration reduction,” comments Nicolas Gillet, Product Manager for Consumer Products at Nikon Europe. “Meanwhile, the L810 is an easy-to-use super-zoom model, now with a greater focal range and a more detailed 16-megapixel image sensor than its predecessor, the COOLPIX L120.”

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AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G



Boasting a stellar combination of classic focal length and large (f/1.8) aperture, as well as a re-designed optical system that meets the requirements of today’s D-SLRs, it delivers superb image quality and offers photographers an affordable way to take advantage of Nikon’s rich legacy of renowned 85mm NIKKOR optics.

Romi Jacobs, Chief Brand Officer for Nikon in South Africa, says: “this lens is perfect for anyone who loves to shoot portraits. It’s a great way for photographers to experience the advantage that a fast medium-telephoto lens can bring, either in the studio or when making the most of natural light.”

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The classic 85 mm focal length allows for tight head and shoulder shots with extreme detail.

The fast f/1.8 aperture perfectly balances sharpness so you can single out subjects beautifully, and it provides a bright viewfinder image that makes it easier to compose your shots. An excellent choice when shooting in low light, the fast aperture also helps you shoot with available light and still capture striking, sharp images. Read more »

The Nikon D4 – Built To Push Limits

Nikon D4

Nikon D4

On 6 Jan 2012 Nikon in South Africa announced the launch of the D4 , its new flagship D-SLR for photographers who need the ultimate in photography.

Made to shatter limits and realise every shooting opportunity, this professional FX-format camera brings new levels of image quality, speed and precision to both still photography and video.

Equipped with a 16.2-megapixel FX-format sensor, phenomenally high ISO and Nikon’s powerful EXPEED3 image processing engine, it offers uncompromised performance and unrivalled versatility in extreme lighting and environmental conditions.

“With the Nikon D4, we’ve launched the ultimate in photography,” says Romi Jacobs, Chief Brand Officer for Nikon in South Africa. “If you’re a photographer at the top of your game, then you need a camera that won’t ever let you down – and that’s the Nikon D4. It’s been built to push limits – just as the photographers that will use it push limits every day in their work.”

Uncompromised Image quality—Exceptional speed

Engineered to deliver remarkable image integrity in the most diverse lighting conditions, the D4 offers blisteringly fast fps performance and sets a new benchmark in low-noise performance. The 16.2 megapixel FX-format (full-frame) CMOS sensor with fast channel readout delivers up to 11 fps—faster than any other Nikon camera. Read more »

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Johannesburg, South Africa, 15 August 2011 – Less than a year after its launch, Nikon’s inspiring DX-format SLR, the D7000, has won the category of ‘European Advanced SLR Camera of the Year 2011-2012 at the EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) awards. This follows up on the success of the same camera at the TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) awards, where it won ‘Best D-SLR Advanced’, and the red dot product design awards where it won a ‘red dot seal of approval’.

Jordi Brinkman, Product Manager for Nikon Europe, says: “We are really proud to add the EISA award to the accolades already given to the D7000. For our advanced D-SLR users, we always strive to offer cutting-edge technology that will appeal to passionate photographers looking for the next step in creativity.”… Read more »

Birdlife South Africa – Photographic competiton

Birdlife SA


BirdLife South Africa is calling for photos for the Save Our Seabirds Festival “Oceans of Life” competition.

Photos can be of cetaceans, fish, coastal species and any marine life as well as seabirds.

The grand prize is a Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera and a 100-400mm L IS USM Lens- worth R42 000!

Visit their website for details


Johannesburg, South Africa, 14 July 2011 – Nikon in South Africa today announced the launch of the Nikon Africa Trust. This goodwill initiative aims to provide a professional future for young photography students from disadvantaged communities across Africa.

With assistance from the Trust, students will be provided with photographic training, mentorship and equipment provision, as well as the necessary business and life skills required to create a sustainable income for themselves and others in their communities.

Stefan van der Walt, Chief Executive Officer for Nikon in South Africa comments: “In time we anticipate that many of our students will not only earn a sustainable living through their photography, but also receive recognition as skilled photographers and photojournalists through capturing and showcasing the beauty and diversity of our continent and its people.”Roblox Robux Hack 2017

To support this initiative, Nikon in South Africa has designed a handmade bracelet that is manufactured in Africa by the Relate Trust which specialises in raising funds for causes through the enabling and maintaining of employment opportunities for unskilled labour forces.

All proceeds from the sale of this bracelet will be donated to ensure the Nikon Africa Trust is able to continue creating photographers of the future.

Nikon Africa Trust bracelets will be available from Nikon Authorised Dealers in South Africa and sold at R40 (forty rand) each.

“It takes something as small as buying a bracelet to change someone’s life forever.” – Romi Jacobs, Chief Brand Officer for Nikon in South Africa.


For the past 15 years ORMS Prophoto Warehouse in Roeland Square (Cape Town) has become a hub for the photographic community in South Africa.  With the growth of social networks online, ORMS has decided to simulate this meeting place in the online sphere.  Welcome to!

Mike Ormrod explains, “Orms Connect is an opportunity for us to give back to our loyal community by creating a place where any- and everyone interested in photography can gather, interact and share ideas.”

Orms Connect is jam packed with exciting features:
The Connect Blog is a daily updated source of insightful photography related news, events and entertainment.

The Community Galleries display the best work that has been submitted by the talented and passionate Orms fans and customers.

The Ask A Pro section allows users to pose categorised questions to a select group of photography industry professionals.  These include the likes of Craig Kolesky, Greg Beadle, Dylan Culhane, Thomas Ferreira, Paul Hofman and Jacques Koudstaal.

The Featured Pros Gallery will showcase the work of the talented individuals making a living from their passion in South Africa, while the Pro Advice section will be a place where professionals are given the opportunity to blog about what they feel to be relevant and of interest to the industry.

Ease of use in the comments sections is optimised by allowing users to login with any of their existing social network accounts.  No time-consuming registration is required.

“The name, Orms Connect, was specifically chosen to convey the purpose of this online portal.  I sincerely hope that the website will be a catalyst and contributor to the growing photographic industry in South Africa.  It aligns with my personal passion to get the rest of the world to stand up and take notice of what we’re doing down here in Southern Africa.”

The link will go live this morning 19 April, at 09h30.