Bob Krist. Again.

If you have missed my previous Bob Krist post, check it out. Of course his copter shots were published with the release of the 24mm f/1.4 lens – one month after my post.

What do we have today? On his blog post from June 19, Bob Krist wrote about his recent trip:

“Unfortunately, I won’t be able to share the results of this shoot in the Four Corners until the publication drops in late September”

Nikon D90 replacement maybe? Sure! But wait, there is more: Four Corners? Interesting. Wait, that’s next to… Arizona… right?

“If you want to beat the crowds and the forest of tripods at the famous Antelope Canyon, the popular slot canyon, try visiting another, slightly smaller but no less spectacular slot canyon located on private property and solely accessed by the folks at Overland Canyon Tours.”

Canyons in Arizona again? Maybe the same place where Nikon shot some commercials for a new camera? Too many coincidences…

I guess we will see some nice canyon pictures from Bob Krist once the D90 replacement gets released. I say the D90 replacement because “the publication drops in late September” and I just wrote earlier today that the D90 replacement is expected in mid-September. The D3100 will “drop” in two weeks.

BTW, Bob Krist a big D90 fan – this is his main camera as far as I know. Perfect match. Again.

This time I promise I will not contact the tour operator 🙂

Update: the picture on his blog was taken with a D700 – maybe he was shooting with the new FX lenses as well?

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