- Sigma 85mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM lens US price and availability announced (see full press release): $899, starts shipping in November.
- New Lensbaby Scout manual focus lens (Nikon mount available) will accept optic swap modules including a fisheye module (btw, Lensbaby is one of the new sponsors of NikonRumors - check out their new Tilt Transformer here):
- Nikon D7000 is sold with View NX version 2.0.2 which is not yet available on Nikon's website - expect to be released early next week.
- The Canon 7D vs Nikon D300s in shooting concerts.
- Nikon D7000 gets some serious water splash - check this video from Chase Jarvis.
- Report from Nikon Digital Live 2010 event in Tokyo. Some flickr images available here.
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- Guest photography podcast at Crunchgear (Nikon podcast) - Nikon And Jim Reed, extreme weather photographer:
Nikon podcasts can be download at iTunes.