Weekly Nikon news flash #331

→ New Nikon D810A review.

Sigma released a firmware update for their 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports lens for Nikon F mount (currently in stock) that improves focusing performance when using continuous servo (AF-C) mode.

→ Pictures of the amalgamated Nikon Hong Kong main service location.

Damaged Nikon D610 camera 2 Damaged Nikon D610 camera
→ Nikon D610 built tough: a reader dropped his D610 with 105mm Micro lens attached onto a concrete floor from 5 feet. It landed on the eyelet for the camera strap, dented the body and smashed the Control Panel. Both the camera and the lens otherwise undamaged and work just fine.

→ With talk of a new Sony-Nikon adapter being released soon by Commlite; here’s an adaptor from the early 90s that not many know about. The Sony MCL-200N allowed fitting of Nikkor lenses to the Sony MVC-5000 & 7000 video-stills-electronic SLR cameras.

→ Nikon Behind the Scenes: animal portraits with Ron Magill.

→ Interesting: this new Nikon corporate commercial for CNN doesn’t even mention photography.

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