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ioShutter now available for Nikon cameras

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Enlight Photo released ioShutter for Nikon cameras. ioShutter contains two parts: an iPhone/iPad app and a special cable that connects your iPhone to the camera in order to control the shutter: A simple-to-use and versatile shutter release appcessory for SLRs, ioShutter connects a photographer’s iPhone, iPod touch or iPad direct to their SLR. The ioShutter app then offers extensive […]

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Nikon releases Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility app for iPhone with D600 support

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The D600 can be operated remotely with the new WU-1b wireless mobile adapter ($59.95) exactly like the D3200 – see this demo. The Android app is already available, the iPhone app just got released and can now be downloaded from iTunes: The Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility is used to establish two-way wireless connections between Nikon digital SLR cameras and iPhone, […]

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New Nikon iPhone/iPad apps

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The rumor mill is grinding to a halt, which probably means that Nikon is done for this year. We still have to watch the first week of December, but as of today I am not aware of any scheduled press events. To keep you entertained, I have several guest posts and giveaways scheduled for the next few weeks. […]

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Nikon releases new MyPicturetown iPad/iPhone app

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I had to break the union discussion in the pervious thread with this new post about the wonderful news that today Nikon launched a new Picturetown Pad application for iPads and iPhones. The app can be downloaded for free from iTunes.

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65 million Nikkor lenses produced

Today Nikon announced that as of the beginning of October 2011 they have produced a total of 65 million Nikkor lenses (as of April 2011 that number was 60 million): TOKYO – Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce that total production of NIKKOR interchangeable lenses for Nikon SLR cameras reached sixty-five million at the beginning of October 2011.

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Weekly Nikon related news/links #78 (part 2)

Nikon is promoting refurbished products in the their new online outlet store. For example: refurbished Nikon D90 sells for $719.96 compared to $779.95 at Adorama: The current Nikon instant rebates program expires today. Panasonic will unveil a Lumix phone camera next week. Few months ago Nikon was looking for cooperation with online and mobile device […]

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