Monthly Archives: February 2011

Top 10 posts for February, 2011

Those are the top 10 most visited NikonRumors posts for February 2011: About next week Nikon announcements and beyond Nikon D4 to support Light Peak/Thunderbolt? Nikon D5100 incoming? Nikon D800 rumors Watch out Leica, Nikon can also do limited editions First Nikon D5100 specs (14MP, 1080p, swivel LCD) Nikon limited edition f/1.4 lens set Nikon […]

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Nikon D7000 eligible for the extended US instant rebates (now till March 26th)

All Nikon US instant rebates have been extended till March 26th. The only change is the Nikkor 55-300mm lens ($150.00 rebate instead of $100). Nikon D7000 is now in stock and is also eligible for the latest instant rebates:

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And the winner is…

The winner of the 12th [NR] giveaway for three education DVDs from Blue Crane Digital is Alessandro Miraglia. Congratulations! If you did not win, you can try you luck again on PhotoRumors.com where I am running the same giveaway for another week.

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Weekly Nikon news flash #99

Memory cards deals: Lexar CF 32GB for $119, Lexar SD 16GB for $40/95, SanDisk 32GB SD card for $159.95, SanDisk 16GB SD card for 79.95, Sandisk 8GB SD card for 39.95. This new product from Japan keeps the moisture out of your lenses and cameras – the cartridges have silica gel inside and attach to both […]

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Nikon D800 rumors

Several tips indicated that no Nikon pro body will be released before the summer. August/September is the time frame mentioned by several sources. Previous reports suggested that certain Nikon offices have already blocked employees from taking vacation in the last two weeks of August 2011. The CliQ show (formerly known as PMA) will start on September 6th, […]

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Nikon D4 to support Light Peak/Thunderbolt?

I received a rumor that Nikon D4 will be the first DSLR to offer Light Peak connection (high speed optical cable interface offering 10 Gbit/s). The new MacBook Pro models that will be announced tomorrow are expected to have this technology (Apple calls it Thunderbolt).

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