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Weekly Nikon news flash #201


Nikon SB-910 flash is now available for $439 at DigitalRev (compared to $546.95). New Nikon Prostaff 3 fieldscope announced ($329.95). Apple Digital Camera RAW Compatibility update v4.04 released with Nikon D5200 support. Micrographs of the sensor inside the Nikon D2H camera. The Nikon Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility is not available for download on Google Play […]

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Nikon announced digiscoping adapter DSA-N1 and DSB-N1 bracket for Nikon 1 mirrorless cameras


Nikon announced two new products that will enable the use of Nikon fieldscopes on Nikon 1 mirrorless cameras. Similar product already exists for DSLRs (see sample images). The latest Nikon fieldscopes have built-in VR technology (some models cost over $5,000). Here are the details on the new DSA-N1 adapter and DSB-N1 bracket:

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Nikon announced new FSB-UC bracket for attaching Coolpix cameras to fieldscopes


Nikon announced a new FSB-UC bracket that will allow you to attach Coolpix cameras to Nikon fieldscopes and it will cost $249.95. Nikon already has an adapter for attaching DSLRs. Similar to the previous FSB-8 model, the new bracket will work also with the Fabre Photo EX portable stereoscopic microscope.

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Nikon announced four new Prostaff 5 fieldscopes


Nikon announced four new Prostaff 5 fieldscopes. The new models are all fog-free and waterproof (up to 1m/3.3ft. for up to 10 minutes). They can also be used with a digital camera bracket ($269.95) that will allow to attach a Coolpix camera.

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Nikon released two new EDG fieldscopes with VR technology


Nikon announced two new EDG fieldscopes with VR technology (world’s first). They can be attached to a DSLR with an adapter – see this guest post for more info. Both models are priced at $5,499.95.

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