Weekly Nikon news flash #350

→ Amateurphotographer: there could be a shortage of Nikon D500 cameras (pre-order options):

Although aimed at ‘advanced enthusiasts and professional photographers’, amateurs may have to wait to get hold of the 20.9-million-pixel camera when 
it goes on sale in March, priced £1,729.99 (body only). ‘Due to the anticipated high demand for this new flagship DX DSLR, we will be prioritising pre-orders placed by Nikon Professional Services members and Nikon Professional Users,’ said Simon Iddon, head of product management at Nikon UK.

→ Another rare Nikkor 13mm f/5.6 AIS lens for sale on eBay.

Nikkor 70-200mm f:2.8G ED VR II lens price increase Europe
→ The Nikon lens price increase in Europe is already happening on some models, for example: the Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II lens is now €2,259, was €1,859 few weeks ago.

trade-up offer for Nikon D5:D500 cameras
trade-up offer for Nikon D5:D500 cameras 2
→ Wex Photographic in the UK has new Nikon D5/D500 trade-in/trade-up program.

→ The deadline for the Nikon Film Festival is February 1st.

→ Joel Marklund is the new Nikon ambassador.

→ Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 vs. 200mm f/2.

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