Weekly Nikon news flash #218
Two new Samyang APS-C lenses to be announced this summer: 16mm f/2.0 wide-angle ($479) and 300mm f/6.3 reflex lenses.
Good deal: refurbished Nikon 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens for $409 (regular price $499.95).
Photographing Earth from the cupola on the International Space Station.
BorrowLenses rented 13 Nikon D800 bodies and 28mm f/1.8G lenses for the shooting of the FX television series “Wilfred”. Read the whole story here.
Some rare Nikon lenses can be found on this Red Book Nikkor website.
New from Aquatica: AD600 underwater housing for the Nikon D600 (price: $3,199).
DxOMark published their test results for the Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD lens ($1,499, 6 years warranty).
DxOMark published also a comparison between the lenses of the Ricoh GR and Nikon Coolpix A cameras:
New in the UK: J.W. Anderson teams up with Nikon for new stylish camera cases.
New Nikon USA video: a chat with Lindsey Byrnes - a rock photographer.
Trailer for the new film Larrikin by Sean Kennedy Santos. The film is shot entirely with Nikon 1 cameras.
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