Weekly Nikon news flash #337

→ Cameralabs and SLRgear posted their Nikon 24mm f/1.8G ED lens review. The new lens is currently in stock at: Amazon and WEX (UK).

→ For a limited time Adobe is offering a Creative Cloud Photography plan for $7.99 to PhotoRumors readers.

Mitakon 135mm f:1.4 lens for Nikon F mount
Mitakon 135mm f:1.4 lens for Nikon F mount 2
New Mitakon 135mm f/1.4 lens for Nikon F mount is coming soon.

Microscopic honey bee eye wins 2015 Nikon Small World top prize
→ Microscopic honey bee eye by Ralph Claus Grimm wins 2015 Nikon Small World top prize. See all winners here. The deadline for the 2016 competition is April 30, 2016.

Gary Ramage wins Nikon-Walkley Photo of the Year
The winners of the Nikon-Walkley Awards for Excellence in photojournalism 2015 announced – Gary Ramage wins the Photo of the Year with the picture above.

→ Nikon F3 serial numbers and corresponding date codes.

Nikon seen posting smaller-than-expected profit decline for first half:

“Nikon’s operating profit likely fell 27% on the year in the April-September half as digital camera sales missed expectations in the U.S., but higher-end models and a weak yen helped stave off a bigger drop.

The Japanese manufacturer is expected to report a group operating profit of about 9.5 billion yen ($79.3 million), beating its forecast of a 39% decline to 8 billion yen.”

→ Comparison between the Nikon D7200 and the D7100 cameras.

→ Interview with wildlife photographers Nayan Khanolkar and Sunjoy Monga by Nikon India.

→ Blossom project by Nikon Austria.

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