Weekly Nikon news flash #325

Metabones announced a new Speed Booster ULTRA 0.71x (Nikon lens to MFT camera) adapter. The price is $479 (pre-order here).
Nikon Europe posted few more sample images taken with the new Nikkor AF-S 600mm f/4E FL ED VR lens.
→ New reviews of the Nikon 16-80mm f/2.8-4E VR DX lens ($1,067) by mobile01.com (Google translation), and foto-info.si (Google translation).
→ Here are the latest Nikon deals for this week:

Refurbished (US warranty) Grey market (no US warranty)
D3300 lens kit: $379.95
D3300 two lens kit$499
D5200: $389.95
D5300 lens kit: $489
D7000: $469.95
D610: $1,099.95
Df: $1,919.95
Df lens kit: $2.129.95
D800: $1,699
D810: $2,399
17-35mm f/2.8D: $949
24-120mm f/4G: $589.99
More refurbs: Adorama, B&H & Cameta
D7200 lens kit: $899
D750: $1,499
D810: $2350
35mm f/1.4: $1,022
24-120mm f/4G: $549.99
Full US warranty
V3 kit is now $100 off
D3300 two lens kit is now $350 off
J5 kits are now $150 off
WP-N1 waterproof housing for J1: 69.95
AW1 is now $100 off
D750 with free 12 months CC subscription
Df with free GP-1A GPS & WU-1a wireless adapters
D810 with 24-120mm f/4 lens is now $900 off
The July Nikon rebates are now online

Are video DSLRs dying out?

“According to their research, European shipments of DSLRs into professional video applications dropped by 41% in 2014. They predict that in 2019, DSLRs will account for only 4% of sales within the professional video market, down from 31% at the peak of the Video-DSLR hype.”

→ At least one of the new Nikon 600mm f/4E FL lenses is labeled as “AF-S 600F/2.8E” on the outer carton/box.

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