Nikon has announced its latest mid-range DSLR camera will be the D850. The full-frame D850 will be the successor to the D810, and Nikon says the new FX-format DSLR is “engineered with a range of new technologies.” The company has not provided any specs or details, but says information will be released at a later date. The announcement also comes on the 100th anniversary of the company’s inception.
As years go by, it’s easy to accrue an army of battery-powered devices that all require their own chargers, cables, and sockets to plug them into. The new Crank Juice Box is a versatile lightweight power bank that aims to provide power and cables for all of your devices… including your car.
Nikon turned 100 years old today. It’s a huge milestone for a company that was born back on July 25th, 1917, as an optics company based in Tokyo, Japan. One century later, the company has become one of the world’s dominant and beloved brands in photography.
Source: Happy 100th Birthday, Nikon!
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In a strange and unexpected turn, a new complaint filed by California’s US Attorney’s Office has resulted in Leonardo Dicaprio surrendering two paintings—a Picasso worth $3.2 million and a Basquiat worth $9 million. The story unfolding is a bizarre and sordid art scandal that also involves the Malaysian government and 23 bottles of Cristal for Lindsay Lohan.
Do Instagram photos shared by women get more likes than shots from men? A new study of over a million Instagrams suggests that on average, posts from women receive nearly five times more likes and comments than those from men The data comes from a study by Hopper HQ, an Instagram scheduling program, designed to help users determine how to get the most from their posts.