Weekly Nikon news flash #435

I am still without power as a result of hurricane Irma. Coverage in the next few days will be delayed. I hope everyone in the path of the hurricane is safe.

Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 version 2.26.0 released (buy here for $149.95):

  • Added support for the D850.
  • The principal features added with the D850 are as follows:
    • With the exception of some features, the controls on the D850 can now be used during live view.
    • When recording movies to HDMI devices, users can now start and end recording via the Control HDMI External Recordingoption in the Camera menu.
    • Custom Setting g2 (Highlight brightness) in the D850 Custom Settings menu can also now be accessed via the Custom Settings option in the Camera menu.
  • The direction of the shading in the live view highlight display can now be changed using the Highlight display option.
  • Added a Live View item to Preferences.

→ The latest Nikon deals:

Nikon expects India to be among top 5 markets in next 3-4 years.

100th anniversary of Nikon 4th exhibition in Japan: “The world of F-mount NIKKOR”.

→ New data at PhotonsToPhotos: Nikon D850 Photographic Dynamic Range (PDR).

Nikon Japan issued additional information on macOS High Sierra compatibility.

New Kenko Tokina 400mm f/8 N II mirror lens announced

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