→ RRS released a L-plate for Nikon D7000:
A new L-plate for Nikon P7000 is also now available.
→ Blueslr released a Bluetooth dongle that will allow remote trigger of Nikon DSLR via an iPhone, iPod or iPad. The basic app is free and can provide you control over the focus, shutter speed and release timer. The dongle will cost you $149. The solution works with 11 Nikon models up to 300 feet. GPS coordinates from the iPhone can be embedded to the picture. Android and Blackberry versions are under development.
→ New fancy Nikon Millet bags are available for sale on Nikon Direct (Japan):
→ Kowa released a hybrid spotting scope with manual focus that can be used as a tele-photo lens. The focal lengths are 350mm f/4, 500mm f/5.6 and 850mm f/9.6. Price: ¥273,000 (around $3200).