The new decade has begun with a bang, featuring new gear announcements left, right and centre but none more thorough than Nikon’s gear drop of not one but two new bodies and two new lenses.

The new year has only just begun and already we’re starting with a bang with a major announcement from Nikon, the rumours were sure that CES would mean big announcements from Nikon and they weren’t wrong. Let’s take a closer look at the new Nikon gear we are itching to get our hands onโ€ฆ

Nikon D780 DSLR

Nikon’s new Nikon D780 features a 24.5MP full-frame CMOS sensor and the EXPEED 6 image processor, the combination of which has a wide sensitivity range of ISO 100-51200 extendable to ISO 50-204800. Users of Nikon’s D850 will be pleased to hear that this new release features the familiar 180k-pixel RGB sensor and Advanced Scene Recognition. This new release offers its users the versatility of full-frame photography and fast autofocusing 4K UHD video, slow motion and increased time-lapse function. Created as an upgrade from Nikon’s groundbreaking D750, the D780 seems to be a creators dream machine with an upgrade in both image processing and video capabilities, giving you more option when creating.

The new Nikon D780 is compatible with Nikon’s entire range of F-mount lenses.

Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.
Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.
Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.

As the new Nikon D780 has just been announced we do not yet have pricing nor an ETA of stock arrival, be sure to find it on Orms Direct for a more in-depth look at specs here.

Nikon COOLPIX P950 Digital Camera

Featuring a jaw-dropping 83x optical and 166x Dynamic Fine Zoom, covering a focal length range from 24mm through to 2000mm super-telephoto this new COOLPIX P9500 makes capturing distant subjects an absolute breeze. Only the sharpest images will do for the COOLPIX P950 and the addition of 4K UHD video as well as wireless connectivity make this portable bridge-style compact camera a must-have for those looking to truly step up their creative game for the new decade.

Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.
Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.
Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.

As the new Nikon COOLPIX P950 Digital Camera has just been announced we do not yet have pricing nor an ETA of stock arrival, be sure to find it on Orms Direct for a more in-depth look at specs here.

AF-S NIKKOR 120-300mm f/2.8E FL ED SR VR Lens

Professional sports and wildlife photographers look no further, the new AF-S NIKKOR 120-300mm f/2.8E FL ED SR VR Lens is just for you! It performs just like your primes lenses with a constant aperture of f/2.8 across a covering of 120-300mm zoom range. The marriage of the most advanced Nikon technologies and advancements give this new lens exceptional colour rendering, lighting fast speed, the most reliable subject tracking and autofocus features along with Nikon’s powerful vibration reduction for the most accurate composition possible.

AF-S NIKKOR 120-300mm f/2.8E FL ED SR VR Lens

As the new AF-S NIKKOR 120-300mm f/2.8E FL ED SR VR Lens has just been announced we do not yet have pricing nor an ETA of stock arrival, be sure to find it on Orms Direct for a more in-depth look at specs here.

NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S Lens

Created with pros and enthusiasts in mind, this new telephoto lens is possibly the most anticipated new release for those using Nikon’s Z Mount. Boasting nearly a dozen significant improvements over Nikon’s F mount version, this new release offers its users closer focusing at 70mm than most other 70-200mm lenses and includes up to 5 stops of VR stabilisation when paired with both Nikon’s mirrorless Z6 and Z7

Hot on Canon's heels Nikon just came in with the major announcement of not one but two new cameras and lenses to match.

As the new NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S Lens has just been announced we do not yet have pricing nor an ETA of stock arrival, be sure to find it on Orms Direct for a more in-depth look at specs here.