We are now back to regular programing. Those are the Nikon news from last week while I was gone:
- Rare Nikon M "unSync" w/3 Tokyo lens 1949 camera on eBay. More on this rangefinder available here.
- Space Shuttle crew visit Nikon HQ.
- New message from Nikon's President Makoto Kimura: "our Imaging Company has been tasked with nothing less than to create a completely new way of enjoying images".
- 20,000 counterfeit camera cases (including Nikon) seized in Manchester, UK.
- New lens from Tokina: AT-X 16-28mm PRO FX. The price will be 120,000 yen (around USD1,300?).
- Another Nikkor AF-S 85mm f/1.4 rendering on flickr.
- Adobe Photoshop v12.0.1 is out.
- Nikon D700 & free MB-D10 grip offer in the UK extended till July 31st, 2010.
- Interesting tests of different Nikon cameras, telephoto lenses and teleconverters combinations (NSFW).
- Lee Filters for the Nikon 14-24mm (see product video here) update 6/29/10: "Production for this project is taking longer than anticipated. We hope to have the product available ASAP and will notify you upon availability. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have created. Our goal is to provide our customers with the best photographic filters on the market."
Two videos after the break:
- Nikon 24-70 F2.8 N light leak video (previously described here):
- Nikon stand tour from PMA Digital Life Expo 2010 in Melbourne, Australia:
Happy July 4th to all US readers!