Weekly Nikon news flash #310

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→ The Nikon 1 J5 camera is available as a body only option in Europe: Amazon Germany | Amazon UK (only lens kits are available in the US).

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Venus Optics announced a new Flexible Macro Twin Flash KX-800 - the world's most powerful macro twin flash with flexible arms priced at $299.

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→ The latest Nikon deals (updated weekly):

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→ The new camera sales/shipment data for February 2015 released in Japan.

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Firmware update v1.1 for Nikon Coolpix S9700 released.

Nikon 2015 TIPA award
→ Nikon won the 2015 TIPA award for the Nikon D810, D5500 and Coolpix P610 cameras.

Analog Stories: Brooks Sterling heads out on a surf shoot with his Nikonos underwater film camera.

→ Nikon @ Фотофорум 2015.

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→ Checkout this ultimate camera bag/suit setup.

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  • Eric Calabros

    Nikon at What 2015?

    • Greentablet

      Photoforum

  • The Nikonos piece was a cool little feature to watch. Nicely shot and edited.

  • The flash system is a great example of a small (?) company following what field macro photographers are building for themselves and trying to support a market niche.

  • Espen4u

    Dslr sales seems to be somewhat influenced by new camera releases. Or is it the cash-back programs? Quite interesting.

  • Cinekpol

    Mirrorless hit a new low, unseen since 2013. Same with DSLRs. Looks like everyone are shrinking and this prophesied overtaking of DSLRs by Mirrorless isn’t going to happen in any foreseeable future.

  • Just found this over on DPReview for those looking for 1 J5 info:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXinnLYjtT8

  • AlphaTed

    My back is hurting looking at that bizarre camera setup.

    • ZoetMB

      I wonder how much of what he’s rigged is real need and how much is simply about drawing attention to himself. I thought I was bad at wanting to have most of my equipment with me all the time.

      He reminds me of this guy from decades ago who used to wander the streets of New York City with a giant video and microwave rig on his back (which was necessary at the time), trying to get women to take off their clothes for him, which he’d play on public access television (this was all obviously before the internet). His name was “Dirty” something. Maybe Dirty Larry or Dirty Kenny or something like that. And somehow he’d also wangle his way into conventions and trade shows. I saw him years later when video cameras were reduced in size and weight by a factor of 10 and it was like seeing someone you knew who had lost 200 pounds.

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