Imaging Products Business
Enabling rich and varied image creation
Nikon brings imaging enjoyment to people around the world. Our digital cameras capture crucial moments in high-quality images that can be shared easily using our exclusive app and online service.
Digital SLR Camera D5
Featuring an all-new 153-point AF system and high-speed continuous shooting capability, the D5 demonstrates superb subject acquisition in a variety of situations. A newly developed Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor and advanced EXPEED 5 image-processing engine contribute to achieving standard sensitivity up to ISO 102400 — the highest in Nikon's history. This camera is a flagship model designed to further expand shooting possibilities for all professional photographers.
NIKKOR Interchangeable Lenses for Cameras
NIKKOR Z lenses that realize new-dimensional optical performance and the wide variety of the NIKKOR F lens lineup meet the diverse needs of our customers, from entry-level users to professional photographers. Superb depiction that enables the capture of any subject beautifully is achieved with Nikon’s unique knowhow and cutting-edge technology.
Mirrorless Camera Z 7
The Z 7 employs a newly developed Nikon FX-format, backside illumination CMOS sensor featuring focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels and the new EXPEED 6 image-processing engine. It provides 45.7 effective megapixels while supporting a standard sensitivity range of ISO 64 to 25600. Combined with NIKKOR Z lenses that deliver new-dimensional optical performance, overwhelming resolution is achieved across the entire frame.
COOLPIX A1000 Compact Digital Camera
Equipped with an electronic viewfinder (EVF), the COOLPIX A1000 features superior image quality, outstanding operability and a high-performance 35x optical zoom in a compact body. The electronic viewfinder has an eye sensor that automatically switches the display between the viewfinder and monitor as the camera is lowered or raised to the eye. The 3-inch tilting monitor employs a touch panel.
Binoculars WX 7x50 IF
WX series binoculars have a super-wide field of view and were developed by combining the highest-class optical technologies, that Nikon has accumulated for a full century, with a passion for manufacturing. Providing a super-wide field of view that was realized especially for astronomical observation enthusiasts, the viewer experiences a feeling as if spacewalking into a starry sky, without perceiving the frame.
Binoculars EDG 8x42
Comprising our flagship models, the EDG series binoculars employ leading-edge optical technologies. For instance, EDG binoculars utilize Nikon's renowned ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass, as well as a field-flattener lens system. This means the user can enjoy a sharp, contrast-rich and clear image throughout the entire field of view.
Fieldscope MONARCH 82ED-S
Employing an exceptional optical design, the MONARCH 82ED-S Fieldscope delivers beautiful image quality achieving an amazingly bright view. Its excellent operability further expands the enjoyment of every user. The advanced Apochromat Optical System with ED glass minimizes chromatic aberration to the furthest limit of the visible light range.
COOLSHOT PRO STABILIZED Laser Rangefinder
The STABILIZED function is employed to reduce vibrations caused through hand movement by approx. 80%, and a red internal OLED display is used to provide improved visibility. Measurement response time is the fastest among Nikon Laser Rangefinders for golf at approx. 0.3 second.
Multi-directional support for the development of imaging culture
Nikon's SnapBridge app enables a constant connection between your Nikon digital camera and a compatible smart device, in order to automatically transfer images taken on your camera to your smart device. JPEG thumbnail images can be automatically uploaded from a smart device to Nikon's image sharing and storage service, NIKON IMAGE SPACE. All procedures from image transfer, cloud storage to sharing are completely user-friendly.
Nikon is a strong supporter cultural activities that are essential to the development of photographic culture. Through Nikon College, Nikon provides lectures by professional photographers in Japan, on various photography techniques. Nikon also offers the free distribution of TopEye, a magazine encouraging student photographers, to junior and high school photography clubs in Japan.
Nikon offers a membership-based support service, NPS (Nikon Professional Services), for professional photographers using Nikon equipment and after-sales services for general customers, in order to ensure reliable use of cameras.
Nikon holds one of the largest photo contests in the world, the Nikon Photo Contest, which started in 1969, to provide an opportunity for photographers around the world to communicate, and to enrich the image-taking culture for professionals and amateurs alike.