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Notability: Galatasaray are unlikely to be known outside Turkey, unless you are specifically interested in European soccer I'm speaking as a male European. The soccerex site states, "The Japanese firm has been a strong supporter of football, with many years of involvement in the Asian game through partnerships with events such as the Asian Cup and Asian Champions League. — :Online 15:30, 8 January 2016 UTC FM10 discontinued? -- 19:04, 11 Jan 2004 UTC Agree, changed, be brave! I've thumb'ed two possibilities here, but there may be better ones. If you have discovered URLs which were erroneously considered dead by the bot, you can report them with. Now, if only someone were to dig up a source who mentions this. If you found an error with any archives or the URLs themselves, you can fix them with. Added archive to When you have finished reviewing my changes, please set the checked parameter below to true to let others know. Editors to delete these "External links modified" talk page sections if they want to de-clutter talk pages, but see the before doing mass systematic removals. 05:20, 27 July 2009 UTC If you know about them, add them. Please take a moment to review. -- 09:27, 7 June 2007 UTC Do not merge - The article needs to be expanded to be similar to the article. -- 08:22, 6 September 2005 UTC If someone wants to do that, it might be a good idea, although I think it's not too bad as it stands - Is there some guideline to max page size? I looked at the editor's contributions, and the editor's significant focus is Galatasaray SK. It seems to me the connection between Nikon and the photo is fairly incidental or at least distracting for a high-level Nikon article. Current time in Japan: 10:59, December 1, 2020 , 2 Japan Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan Template:WikiProject Japan Japan-related articles This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's. Offhand I don't know when so I'm making no change. Nikon and Kodak did not really have a partnership -- Kodak simply bought Nikon bodies from Nikon USA and modified them in its own facilities. Maintaing a list of current products is totally outside the scope of Wikipedia. Media Wikipedia:WikiProject Media Template:WikiProject Media Media articles This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's. Edit when you think it should be done! 02:39, 24 May 2007 UTC Merge-- 06:37, 24 May 2007 UTC Don't merge There can be much written about the Nikon flash systems, just as there is an article about the Speedlite. 19:04, 12 Feb 2004 UTC Yes, see for details 07:35, Aug 9, 2004 UTC The change in name came well after the war. This is the first version of this lens, and so it would not be in character to use a II in the name. Nikon has a signification involvement with NASA since the early Nikon Photomic FTN used in Apollo 15 to the latest order for Nikon D2xs. 00:18, 5 November 2012 UTC Microscopes! However I think should get rid of the S models e. [ ] -- 11:10, 28 August 2009 UTC References needed [ ] Cleaned up allot of and unreferenced statements. Turkey has been the strategically very important market for Nikon with its young and hardworking population. Why no mention of them in the sport optics section? 21:41, 7 November 2009 UTC NPS [ ] Should Nikon Professional Services NPS be included in the realm of this article? Products should be referenced to neutral third party info on them. -- 05:43, 27 July 2009 UTC Added rifle scope line to sport optics and added www. This article is within the scope of the , a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of -related articles on Wikipedia. 17:37, 17 December 2006 UTC Nikon and Hollywood [ ] Have you noticed that every single film in hollywood only uses Nikon cameras? AFAIK it is not a subsidiary, but it does, in some ways behave like one. Most of it has been history merged, but some of the history cannot be placed anywhere else. If you would like to , please visit the , where you can join the project, participate in , and see. In terms of listing products, I believe we should be careful. Indeed, Nikon's own rangefinder cameras and lenses weren't mentioned. Structure: not checked• Tagged others since there are long sections of claims and analysis with nary reference in sight. I also fail to see the value of the 'undigital' reference and web link. Contents• But many other articles about companies partly widely list sponsorships, so there has to be a balance, even between different companies articles. The article cited says the camera in question was developed by NASA, not Nikon. there is currently a page and a link to a non existant page. This nomenclature currently in use is incorrect. Attempting to reconcile with the structure on Nikon's website at. This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the project's. My understanding which could be completely wrong, it is hard to keep up on this is that it is not discontinued. Nikon Professional Services is a really important item. KON is one syllable similar to the English word con as in 'con artist'. —Preceding comment added by 16:56, 21 February 2011 UTC This ogg file here seems to point to the correct pronunciation being the "Nee-kon" way: —Preceding comment added by• 01:37, 5 November 2012 UTC about new proposals [ ] There is a voting between 3 proposals, additional variants possible. 22:41, 20 July 2006 UTC In the United States, it's always pronounced your second way: NAI-kon. 23:50, 5 June 2007 UTC I agree shouldn't be merged with this article 08:09, 2 September 2007 UTC The speedlights article should be expanded rather than merged. European Nikon employees use the generally accepted European pronunciation Nick-on , US Nikon employees say Nai-kon , etc. List of products [ ] What about the nikon N75? 09:40, 22 Apr 2005 UTC Nikonos: Current or obsolete? Can we spin this off into a separate article "Nikon products"? As Nikon family, we chose Galatasaray which we are perfectly sure about its brand value and we believe that we are going to implement such good and successfull works together with passion, friendship and precision. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit for additional information. WikiProject Japan to do list:• " Although it may be the first Turkish sponsorship or first team sponsorship, the impact appears to be more about G SK than Nikon. 13:06, 20 August 2017 UTC• 5 into Nikon [ ]• 11:08, 5 August 2008 UTC Nikon has employees all over the world and they generally pronounce it the way it is pronounced in that region, i. -- 02:23, 26 May 2007 UTC I have expanded the Speedlight article and will be making further expansions as time permits. 12:11, 12 February 2012 UTC Nikon DLSR [ ] I want only to know what is the different between D90 and D5000 —Preceding comment added by 06:02, 27 November 2010 UTC Nikon sponsorship of Galatasaray SK Football Team [ ] An editor introduced a section on Nikon sponsoring a football time. Maybe these, too, should have their own article. 02:17, 20 October 2012 UTC I believe the material should be removed. Nikon Precision Europe [although they share the same website], Nikon Precision Korea, Nikon Precision Taiwan, Nikon Precision Singapore, and Nikon Precision Shanghai. "Membership" is about subscription to a shared business philosophy, not about ownership. — 23:46, 20 July 2016 UTC 1268715464514 — Preceding comment added by 08:59, 10 January 2017 UTC 1917 [ ] In 1917 it was empire of japan and the capital was 09:01, 20 April 2020 UTC. Referencing and citation: not checked• Or an umbrella article encompasing all; there are also the primary design and manufacturing facilities in Japan. So I put in mentions of Nikon S-mount, LTM, Bronica, etc. The company doesn't force their own employees to pronounce it any particular way, so I think that wikipedia should just ignore the pronunciation issue. My basis for this is in Nikon's direct nomenclature for the lens as specified, among other things, on their , and the box and instruction manual of the lens itself. —Preceding comment added by• Only products that are very significant and noteworthy should be listed. Pronounciation [ ] How to pronounce "Nikon"? Strong Support A camera, much less a lens model, by itself isn't notable or worthy of standalone status unless it's a technological breakthrough. 22:26, 27 September 2015 UTC External links modified [ ] Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just added archive links to one external link on. This article has not yet been checked against the for B-Class status:• 04:48, 25 March 2015 UTC• Companies Wikipedia:WikiProject Companies Template:WikiProject Companies company articles This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's. " We have illustrations of an unadorned D3 body, and an outfitted D200. But -- since Wikipedia isn't a camera retailer or wholesaler -- how does this make it "obsolete"? -- 17:03, 28 December 2006 UTC Just thought I would point out that is a completely ridiculous statement for anyone reading this, Nikon cameras and lenses are not even the majority of what 'hollywood' uses for past and present productions. 10:45, 1 December 2007 UTC Proposed external link [ ] has suggested that the external link may be appropriate for inclusion in this article. 01:44, 8 November 2006 UTC Actually, the second syllable is more like "cone" as in ice cream cone. 14:47, 8 Nov 2004 UTC Maybe it's better to move the list of products to a separate page, since it'll be quite long once completed. —Preceding comment added by• different models with same body type covered with one page. "Nee-kon" like in "needle" or "Nai-kon" like in "night"? I removed the material a second time with an edit comment to seek consensus on the talk page. WikiProject Media To-do List: Photography Wikipedia:WikiProject Photography Template:WikiProject Photography Photography articles This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's. Please feel free to incorporate it into the article. J Y Chan 16:40, 31 December 2009 UTC —Preceding comment added by• ogg file spoken by a Japanese native for an example. 21:24, 19 October 2012 UTC Sponsorship statements are needed for the , especially when comparing companies [ ] Ads aren't favored by me: Often sponsorship is mostly that. The S model should be merged unless the differences can't reasonably be covered on one page. Very useful and active service for professionals. Merger of into this article [ ] Propose to merge , a relatively trivial and short trade name, into this article. Article and links should be info on the company, not how to buy their products. The long list of speedlights in this article should be deleted - it has zero knowledge content. [ ] Thought Nikonos underwater cameras went out of production. 01:41, 15 March 2008 UTC Athiril To the last commenter; I believe he ment "shown in the film" not "used to make the film". mentions sponsorship of The Red Cross and World Press Photo, the latter of which can actually be called both internationally relevant and overall 'important', as opposed to this Nikon sponsorship. As far as I know the has never been manufactured by Nikon its seems page confirms this , being a Nikon labeled Cosina built camera. I made the following changes:• Furthermore, NPI is just one of several semiconductor photolithography sales and service arms for Nikon Corporation in Japan e. 15:41, Jan 12, 2004 UTC My inclination would be to scrub most of the items let alone the links to them but I'm a newcomer here so I resisted the temptation. Decision probably in the second half of February? I guess that would probably amount to a couple or a few of products, over the history. See Nikon's corporate history for the year 1995 : 17:34, 4 May 2009 UTC evillager, May 4, 2009 Thanks for all the great info. , "External links modified" talk page sections are no longer generated or monitored by InternetArchiveBot. I'd say no, seeing that there are at least three different pronunciation suggested already 19:19, 9 August 2008 UTC Nikon Precision Inc. [ ] Nevertheless, Nikon is the only[citation needed] major camera manufacturer still making film SLRs. 2 The current D2H text tells us the camera "is useful for being 'undigital' achieving continuous analog reconstructive imaging ". 6G ED-IF AF-S VR DX and this is the version I will use in the article. 00:26, 21 July 2006 UTC The syllable NI in Japanese sounds similar to the English word knee. Cars with vastly different engines and trim level are covered in a single page. [ ] Nikon stocks a full line of excellent rifle scopes. Supporting materials: not checked• 5 -- yet screwmount lenses weren't mentioned. -- 13:09, 9 April 2015 UTC Un--ing the company name [ ] I the Japanese version of the company name so that it no longer links the characters to Wikitionary. Merging to the company doesn't seem right; suggest merging to instead. They really do make exceedingly good scopes - i have a few hundred thousand pounds' worth of their kit sitting a few metres away from me. However at the time of merger in 2004 that article was only a stub, it's now become quite substantial. never do you see a canon, what is that about and can we add it to the article. Merged to the alternative target, , where the other lenses are listed. Perhaps a photo of a Nikon camera body or lens would be more appropriate? 2 The following sentence -- "After a late-1990s partnership with Kodak to produce digital SLR cameras based on existing Nikon film bodies, Nikon released the Nikon D1 SLR under its own name in 1999" -- is also wrong and incomplete. However, I will include in the main VR discussion that the 18-200mm and 105mm AF-S VR lenses use VR-II systems. Nikon is an independently owned company, it has no parent company. The S page should be a redirect to the main page. Maybe the other option is to produce some sort of compact table of products. --thanks 01:40, 22 May 2008 UTC Nikon name [ ] I believe the name Nikon comes from Nippon Koroku or similar meaning Japan Camera Company, but I'm not sure of the correct spelling. 00:22, 13 September 2017 UTC Product listings [ ] Why does a significant portion of this article consist of product listings? The editor reinserted the material. 07:33, Aug 9, 2004 UTC Yes, it's out of production. The third, soccerex, is sparse, and primarily quotes Nikon and G SK. What do u think of a new section for NASA space cameras. -- 02:44, 1 January 2006 UTC Have now merged page with page. Reference: singing "I got a Nikon camera;" in his song although he sings it in his slightly-odd accent. 14:34, 11 February 2009 UTC Nikon Ohi Plant and NASA space cameras [ ] I've made a new page under. -- 23:57, 2 January 2006 UTC I think there should be a citation to the market share assertion in the last sentence of the intro. This is a standard camera lens, even if rare, and is 40 yrs old. 09:43, 28 January 2013 UTC Relationship to Mitsubishi [ ] I think it's incorrect to say that Mitsubishi Group is Nikon's "parent" company. Ah, I just found the old page "List of Nikon products" which was merged into this article. only if the film has in sports do you see canons in the bg, but from jurasic park to the omen you only see Nikons. It is a consortium, not a corporation. I made the following changes:• — 20:42, 19 June 2007 UTC No the site is not very informative 19:25, 3 November 2007 UTC Redundant images [ ] I removed and put it back, commenting, "[T]hen why not delete all photos of cameras? Was Nikon the first company starting such a global and extensive service? If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the and see a list of open tasks. As Galatasaray chose us, we chose Galatasaray as our partner. -- 06:39, 5 Aug 2004 UTC• The undigital concept and research link seems overly esoteric and if you visit the URL given, there are no D2H or even Nikon references that I can find. There's nothing more you can learn about "Nikon" from a picture of a lesser-outfitted D700 here. -- 00:23, 5 May 2009 UTC Why no mention of rifle scopes? There is a separate article on the that I feel should be merged into the Speedlight article. kchanyr 19:57, 4 April 2009 UTC —Preceding comment added by• 15:17, 20 October 2012 UTC Vote for delete of section 'sponsorship' Balance: Articles for , and do not mention sponsorship. I think it's clear that NASA simply took a Nikon camera body and did their own digital modifications to it. 21:05, 7 November 2009 UTC A red link has been created based on the following. -- 01:08, 5 September 2008 UTC Some old page history [ ] See for some old page history that used to be at the title. History -- Digital Photography [ ] 1 The first line of this section -- "Nikon created some of the first digital SLRs DSLRs as research projects for NASA in 1991. Also, using a II in the name of a subsystem of the lens would not be appropriate, as several lenses have had a II designation applied to them for major overhauls, such as the changes of the 300mm, 400mm, 500mm, and 600mm AF-S telephotos, which affected the entire lens including in some cases the optical design. 03:08, 8 April 2016 UTC External links modified [ ] Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified one external link on. [ ] The list of Nikon products is large and somewhat tedious. No special action is required regarding these talk page notices, other than using the archive tool instructions below. This article has been rated as High-importance on the project's. Please have a look and expand if possible, the info can be merged too if it can't stand alone. Does anyone else think the page should be revived, or should we just let sleeping dogs lie? Articles should only have pictures which support understanding of the topic. Old and irrelevant items have to be removed, additionally everything violating and , even compared with others, e. Grammar and style: not checked• 15:45, 27 July 2009 UTC I removed the rifle scope links since they were. Linking each character seems confusing because it suggests that each kanji and kana is at the same level of structure in the term. The remaining model is the professional Nikon F6 with the last amateur model, FM10, having been discontinued. This article is within the scope of , a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of on Wikipedia. 1 Does the current long-exposure photograph along with the "lightvector" and software package references really enhance a Nikon page? to help someone find rifle scopes. Mitsubishi Group, according to their own web site, doesn't own the companies that are a part of it. See or -- 11:47, 5 August 2008 UTC Then is it a good idea to have a sound file giving a "definitive" pronunciation? For example most Americans will pronounce the name 'Toshi' as 'Toe-shi' using the long 'o' sound as in 'coat' rather than the short 'O' sound as in 'box'. Would be nice to put the correct transcription to the article as well. If Nikon was involved at all, it was only peripherally. Compare with automotive pages. [ ] We really need to say more about Nikon's microscopes - Nikon are one of the Big Four well, only four, really microscope makers, along with Zeiss, Leica and Olympus. Please also provide a citation for the FM10 being discontinued, this camera is still available new from several sellers, and even got a price bump last year. — Preceding comment added by 10:42, 4 September 2013 UTC Yes this is correct. I on the grounds that Nikon has many sponsors many things. Coverage and accuracy: not checked• I also want to add that I have the same impression as HalaTruth; when SLR cameras are being shown prominently on screen, and the name isn't covered up as is sometimes the case , it is quite often a Nikon camera. [ ] Should Nikon Precision Inc. Nikon CP5700 I'm questioning the relevance or prominence of two things here.。 。 。 。 。 。 。

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