2001 Nikon Announcements

Summary: 2 DSLRs, 6 lenses, 4 Coolpix models, 0 software program, 3 accessories, 1 film body

  • September 18 — Nikonos V to be discontinued (availability of accessories through 2002), MF Nikkor 45mm f/2.8P lens now available in black, Coolpix 5000 new top-of-the-line 5-megapixel consumer digital camera
  • August — Coolpix 885 (basically a modestly enhanced 880)
  • April 25 — Coolpix 995 (basically a modestly enhanced 990), Coolpix 775 (basically an 880 with a 2-megapixel sensor), AF-S Nikkor 400mm ED-IF II, AF-S Nikkor 500mm ED-IF II, AF-S Nikkor 600mm ED-IF II, TC-14E II, TC-20E II, New Gelatin filter holder set (clever holders for 3 inch [AF-3] and 4 inch [AF-4] gelatin filters)
  • February 5 — D1X digital camera (a D1 with more resolution), D1H digital camera (a D1 with faster frame rate, larger buffer), FM3a SLR (the FM2n replacement), AF-S Nikkor 300mm ED-IF II, AF Nikkor 28-80mm G, MF Nikkor 45mm f/2.8P, Speedlight SB-50DX (return of the SB-26 slave features in consumer flash body) 
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