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Nikon just introduced some new rebates in the US for the D500, D750 and D810 - all three cameras now come with a free battery grip and a small accessory bundle.
The above rebates are valid through June 3rd. Some other Nikon deals:
Refurbished Nikon lenses:
Brazilian photographer Charles Oliveira (www.charlesoliveira.com.br) sent me some sample photos taken with the Mitakon Speedmaster 85mm f/1.2 lens for Nikon F-mount (US price: $799) using a D600 camera. He photographed his girlfriend Gaby Ramos in the city of Ouro Preto, a historic city in Brazil. The only thing he did to the images was to apply the VIVID MODE in the Nikon D600. Focusing the lens was not easy, but with enough practice one can make it work. Here are the pictures:
Both Zeiss and ASML are suing Nikon back as a result of the patent infringing lawsuit filed by Nikon a few days ago. You can find both press releases here and here:
Dpreview reviewed the Nikon KeyMission 360 camera ($496.95) and while they liked the hardware, they did not have anything good to say about the software - they called it "a sphere of frustration" and described having the urge to throw the camera across the room:
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