Weekly Nikon news flash #393

That Nikon I camera from 1948 (the earliest known surviving production Nikon in the world) sold for €384,000 (around $407,147)!

→ After the AD500 model for the Nikon D500, Aquatica released a new AD5 underwater housing for the Nikon D5 camera (full press release). Aquatica products are sold at B&H.

WEX is offering up to ‎£150 trade-in bonus when you purchase a new Nikon D500 camera.

Subal announced a new underwater housing for the Nikon Df camera.

Nikon COOLPIX A300 cameras
Firmware update version 1.2 for the Nikon Coolpix A300 camera released (not available in the US).

→ New articles posted on Image Chaser.

→ No joke – Nikon USA actually issued this press release: “Nikon Names Michigan the Top Spot for Photographing Fall Foliage in 2016″.

→ It looks like Nikon is a sponsor of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, which has some amazing photos (see the 2016 winners here).

→ Nikon D500: capturing “The Moment of Impact” campaign.

Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens additional coverage

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