Top 10 NikonRumors posts for June 2017

These are the top 10 most visited NikonRumors posts for June, 2017:

  1. Nikon D810 replacement expected to be announced at the end of July
  2. What to expect next from Nikon
  3. About that Fuji “helping” Nikon “rumor”
  4. Nikon AF-S Fisheye NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED lens now shipping *UPDATED*
  5. New Nikon AF-S Nikkor 200-400mm f/4E ED VR lens rumored to be announced at the of 2017
  6. The TRIAXEZ strikes again: the latest pictures from the Miami Beach Air Show (Nikon D810 + Nikkor 800mm)
  7. First pictures of the Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens
  8. Pricing for Sigma 14mm f/1.8 and 24-70mm f/2.8 lenses announced, available for pre-order
  9. This Nikon D500 camera still works after getting destroyed by a German Shepherd named Rex
  10. First Nikon Df camera price drop?
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  • T.I.M

    Peter, any info if the D820/850/900 will have the same body/grip as the D810 ?
    Also does it still have flash ? (I won’t miss it)

    • Allan

      It will come in two versions. The T.I.M version will not have flash. 🙂

      • CERO

        Why would they add a flash anyway? just put a huge pentaprism like they did with the D500.
        Love the eyefinder of the D500 compared to my older D610 and D5100.

        • All the pro build nikons would have a much bigger and brighter viewfinder compared with the consumer levels cameras regardless if having a flash or not.
          The flash will divide people but many folks want to use it as a trigger, I guess now that Nikon have radio triggers built in its less of an issue, but removing it will still be contentious with some users.

          • CERO

            Good point! It was not in my mind to use it as trigger when I was writing the comment.

            Also, flash trigger is still important if you do not have Nikon compatible radio flashes. (specially third party flashes).

    • Wilson

      I second the desire for no flash, I think with Nikons new move to market more to professionals they should cut it. I think they will be moving to a new handgrip cause money.. I would appreciate a D500 or better main grip depth though

      • JXVo

        I say keep the flash. It does no real harm and improves the versatility. Its not much use for serious photography but it can provide a bit of fill and more usefully it acts as a commander for my off camera CLS flash units and I don’t have to go and buy the SU4 or one of the new flash units at exorbitant cost.

  • Дмитрий

    sony aka samsung, nikon aka nokia

    • tomskyphoto

      Two poor choices for the start too:

      Samsung’s non-repairable explodiphones and Sony’s crappily built miniature heaters. No thanks to both of them…

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