Last night Nikon announced four new Coolpix cameras:
I already reported on the Coolpix S3700, the other three camera were not mentioned on the Russian website novocert.ru - this means that Nikon may still announce new models that were not on my list for the CP+ show.
The new Coolpix cameras were not announced in the US.
Four new Nikon deals:
→ Grey market Nikon D610 for $1,199.99 (regular $1,496.95)
→ Grey market Nikon 35mm f/1.8G DX lens for $149.99 (regular $196.95)
→ Nikon 50mm f/1.8G lens with Lightroom 5 for $221.95 (with US warranty, the lens only is $216.95)
→ Nikon 85mm f/1.8G lens with Lightroom 5 for $511.95 (with US warranty, the lens only is $496.95)
Nikon released an updated version of the latest Capture NX2 2.4.7 with added Yosemite support. Please note that no other changes were made except compatibility with the latest MAC OS. Nikon Capture NX2 2.4.7 was already released in April, 2014.
Nikon Capture NX was discontinued last year and replaced by new NX-D (made by SilkyPix).
With the upcoming announcement of the new Nikon 1 J5 camera, the price of the J4 model dropped today: a kit with the 10-30mm lens is now $396.95, two lens kit is $546.95 (see also the current Nikon 1 rebates at B&H). The lack of Nikon 1 V3 price drop indicates that there will not be a replacement any time soon (the Nikon 1 V2 currently sales for $399).
Several Nikon Coolpix cameras (including the P340 and AW120 models that will be replaced next month) also have new low prices.
Today's guest post on Bhutan is by Nemanja Rakic (website | Facebook | Instagram, see also his previous guest post on Cuba):