Category Archives: Nikon D300s

DIY wireless tethering for Nikon D300s

This DIY wireless tethering for Nikon D300s was created by Jamie Carl. “As you can see, I have it mounted inside my MB-D10 vertical grip. To do this I used my spare MS-D10 battery holder which holds 8xAA batteries. I then cut off the battery mounts from one side so that I could fit the Trulink device […]

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Nikon prices going up

I received several reports that the prices of some Nikon equipment went up in the last few days. Few of the mentioned items are: Nikon D300s body only (current prices: B&H $1529.95, Adorama $1599.00, Amazon $1449.00) Nikon D700 body only (current prices: B&H 2699.95, Adorama $2599.00, Amazon $2399.95) Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VRII lens (current prices: B&H: 2299.00, […]

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Nikon D300s slowly phasing out

A follow up on this post from yesterday: Nikon Service Point Munchen is selling their Nikon D300s demo camera on eBay: Nikon Service Point Munchen has been a good indicator of discontinued products in the past: when they sold their last D300 on eBay in 2009, the D300s was announced a month later.

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Nikon D300s orders no longer possible in Switzerland

The Swiss retailer Brack (in English) has listed the Nikon D300s as “keine nachbestellung möglich” which means “can not be ordered any longer”: A reader contacted the store directly and got the same response from the product manager. Brack is a large electronics reseller and they deliver to several different stores in Switzerland. After the release of the D7000, the price of […]

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A quick giveaway (#5) while we are waiting

Update #2: the winner is Camille Miller. Update: this giveaway is now closed. The winner will be picked shortly by the forum mods here. You can win this Nikon D300s book by David Busch (bibliography | more info). The rules are simple – just leave a comment to this post. I will close all comments on the […]

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