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A short piece on the already officially discontinued Nikon D4 camera

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Two years and three months after the official announcement, the Nikon D4 camera is now officially listed as discontinued on Nikon Japan website: Few D4 cameras are still available on Amazon. Here is a short piece on the Nikon D4 written by a reader (ww.facebook.com/VillagerJim):

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DigitalRev cancels Nikon 1 AW1 order, claims it’s discontinued by the manufacturer

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A reader received an email from DigitalRev indicating that his Nikon 1 AW 1 order was canceled because the camera has been discontinued by the manufacturer:

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Nikon D4 listed as discontinued, NEF codec support for D4s is already out

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Crutchfield is already listing the Nikon D4 as discontinued. The camera is also not in stock at the major US retailers (B&H, Adorama and Amazon). The good news is that the new D4s is rumored to have the same price. The latest version of the Nikon NEF Codec already supports the upcoming D4s model: WEX Photographic in […]

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Interesting: Lexar XQD memory cards listed as discontinued *UPDATED*

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The 32GB and 64GB Lexar XDQ Pro 1100x memory cards are currently listed as discontinued at B&H. Lexar’s XQD cards were just one year old. During the 2014 CES the company did not introduce any new XQD models, but they announced the world’s fastest CFast 2.0 memory card that can reach read transfer speeds up to 500MB/s and capacities up […]

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R.I.P. Nikon SB-400 Speedlight flash

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After the announcement of the SB-300 ($146.95), the Nikon SB-400 Speedlight flash is already listed as discontinued at B&H. If you need to get one, Amazon still has them in stock via third party resellers. The SB-400 is also listed as discontinued on the official Nikon Imaging website:

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