|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||13.63 - 13.87|
|52 Week Range||13.63 - 19.74|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.81|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.79|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.53 (3.73%)|
|1y Target Est||14.09|
Japan's Nikkei closed at a one-month low on Friday, as renewed worries about the United States-China trade dispute plus dismal earnings from Japan Inc hurt risk appetites. The Nikkei share average sank ...
Nikon Corp said Foxconn Technology Group had requested to delay the instalment of equipment at the Taiwanese firm's new liquid crystal display (LCD) plant in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. Comments from the Japanese equipment maker come after Foxconn, formally Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, last week said its plant at Guangzhou was on schedule and denied a media report of production delay.
Japan's Nikkei dropped to a near three-week low on Friday morning as renewed U.S.-China trade fears curbed risk appetite, while dismal earnings results from Japan Inc. continued to sour sentiment. The ...
Nikon's new Z-Mount Z6 and Z7 cameras are getting some key new features they lacked at launch via an upcoming firmware update, the company announced. Nikon showed just how it will work in the short video below. Nikon is also working with Atomos to bring true RAW external 4K recording to the Z6 and Z7 cameras.
When Nikon launched its two all-new full-frame mirrorless cameras, it was laying down a challenge to Sony. The landscape- and portrait-oriented 45.7-megapixel Z7 strongly resembles Sony's superb, 42.4-megapixel A7R III . Meanwhile, the model we're looking at today, the 24.5-megapixel Z6 , looks a heckuva lot like the world-beating 24.2-megapixel Sony A7 III . Both Z-Mount cameras cost nearly the same as their Sony counterparts and pack similar features, like in-body stabilization and full-sensor 4K video.
As I've said ( repeatedly ) for the last few months , Sony has run circles around rivals with its A7 series full-frame mirrorless cameras, most recently the A7 III and A7R III. When Nikon and Canon finally released their own models (the EOS R and Z7/Z6), they showed that there is one advantage to being number two. Both companies were able to develop all-new mounts that maximize the potential of full-frame sensors, setting themselves up for a strong future.
Nikon (NINOY) second-quarter fiscal 2019 results benefit from strength in precision and healthcare segments, offset by decline in imaging segment.
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Remember the days when Panasonic was dedicated to Micro Four Thirds cameras and Nikon and Canon wanted you to see their latest DSLRs? Over the last 35 days or so, Nikon launched a pair of mirrorless full-frame cameras, the Z6 and Z7, along with the all-new Z-Mount system. Canon then went and announced its full-frame EOS R mirrorless camera and RF mount.
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Trade war fears have been keeping Japan's policymakers under pressure. However, fresh GDP numbers are an indication of the strength in Japan's economy.
Canon and Nikon protected their DSLR turf as long as possible, but Sony has been killing them lately with its mirrorless range. Nikon finally jumped into the fray by launching the Z6 and Z7 models, and today, Canon unveiled the $2,299 EOS R, a 30.3-megapixel video-centric full-frame mirrorless camera. It also introduced a new lens mount, Canon RX, along with four lenses, including three interesting high-end "L" models.