Nikon released firmware upgrade version 1.1 for the KeyMission 360 ($496.95) and KeyMission 170 ($396.95) cameras. The changes from version 1.0 to 1.1 are:
- Added support for iOS 10. Users of iOS 10 will also need to upgrade the SnapBridge 360/170 app to the latest version, which supports iOS 10.
- Improved connectivity when pairing with the SnapBridge 360/170 app.
- Fixed an issue that resulted in spherical 360° images not displaying as spherical 360° images when uploaded to Facebook.
- Files recorded using Loop recording are now divided into a maximum of 6 parts rather than 5.
- Fixed an issue that in rare cases caused the camera to display a message stating that certain memory cards could not be used.
- Fixed an issue that in rare cases caused the camera to stop responding when HDMI cables were connected or disconnected.
There is also a new KeyMission 360/170 utility version 1.0.2 with two fixes:
A quick update to my Europe price increase post from a few days ago: I received a confirmation from Germany that Nikon prices will go up on February 1st, 2017 - you can see a portion of the new price list above (you can compare it to the current prices on Amazon.de).
I was told also that Nikon prices in Asia Pacific will also be increased across the board. Singapore for example, has already seen a price increase of about $500-700SGD for the D810.
Update: this is direct from Nikon supplier Asia - large price increases on all products planned for 2017, dealer and retail at $100-$200 on all lenses, $250+ on bodies.
Expect more price increase in the future.
Update: Nikon price increase is also rumored for Canada in 2017.
Adobe announced new versions of Lightroom and ACR with support for the new Nikon D5600 camera:
New lens profiles were added for the following lenses with Nikon F mount:
B&H has a deal for today only on the Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD lens for Nikon: $799 (orig. $1,069):
Also - Adorama has refurbished Nikon D810 for $1,999,95:
The Mitakon Zhong Yi Optics CREATOR 135mm f/2.8 II lens for Nikon F mount (price: $229) was announced a few months ago but I somehow missed to cover it here on the blog. Technical specifications and additional pictures after the break:
Here some better pictures of the upcoming Yongnuo YN 85mm f/1.8 lens I reported about a month ago:
Here are the lens specifications (thanks for the pictures Radojuva):
Yongnuo already has two cheap DSLR full frame lenses: 50mm f/1.8 and 35mm f/2 (see review). The company is also rumored to announce a new 100mm f/2 and 50mm f/1.4 lenses for Nikon F mount: