Category Archives: Nikon Flashes

Nikon announced price increase in Japan

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Nikon announced a new price increase in Japan for Nikkor lenses and Speedlight flashes. The full list of impacted products can be found here (PDF file). The new pricing will be active on March 1st, 2016. The reason for the new pricing is the increased cost of raw materials.

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Nikon D5, D500, SB-5000, KeyMission 360 and SnapBridge promo and hands-on videos

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New promo/demo videos on the just announced Nikon D5, SB-5000, KeyMission 360 and SnapBridge:

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What to expect from Nikon in early 2016

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Here is another updated “what to expect” list: Nikon D5 Nikon Wireless Transmitter WT-6 & Nikon Speedlight SB-5000 Three new Nikon compact cameras with 1″ sensor and different focal lengths Three new Nikon extreme/action cameras Replacements for the S33 and S9900 Coolpix compact cameras (Coolpix A10 & A100?) New photo sharing app Update: forgot to mention the new […]

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Development of Nikon D5, Wireless Transmitter WT-6 and Speedlight SB-5000 officially announced

Nikon D5 Wireless Transmitter WT-6 and Speedlight SB-5000 development announced

Nikon just officially announced the development of the following new products: Nikon D5 DSLR camera (previously rumored here) Nikon Wireless Transmitter WT-6 Nikon Speedlight SB-5000 (previously rumored here) With the exception of the WT-6, all this should not be a surprise to regular [NR] readers. With this “development announcement” Nikon is telling us that they […]

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A new Nikon SB-920 Speedlight flash is also a possibility

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I received a rumor that Nikon may also announce a new SB-920 Speedlight flash with a built-in LED light. Just like the D810s, this info comes from a reliable source but I would like to hear it from few more places in order to be 100% convinced.

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