I received some information that the Nikon D810 camera will no longer be in production in 2017.
Given previous release patterns, Nikon tend to announce cheaper cameras first (D610/D750) and then follow up with a higher-end, more expensive model (D810).
The Nikon D810 body is currently $200 off. I expect another price drop in February/March.
There still no changes to the what to expect list I did back in December.
BuyDig, an authorized Nikon dealer, is currently having a sale on refurbished Nikon 1 J4 camera with 10-30mm lens for $189, the regular MSRP was $596.95 (or $407.95, 68% in savings).
Update: all sold out now, more refurbished Nikon products at BuyDig can be found here.
The new Nikon 100 Anniversary book is now available at Amazon US and Amazon Germany. Book description and additional illustrations:
At the CP+ show next month, Tamron will announce a new (2nd generation) Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens (Tamron A009) that will be a replacement for the current Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD model.
More leaked pictures after the break:
Nikon released firmware upgrade version 13.002 for the Nikon SB-500 flash ($246.95) with the following fixes:
Earlier this month I reported that the new rumored shipping date for the Nikon DL cameras is March, 2017. B&H recently updated their product listing for two DL models with "Expected availability: Mar 2017":