Weekly Nikon news flash #457

→ The latest Nikon deals:

→ Topaz Adjust is 20% off with coupon code “Adjust18” (offer ends on Monday, February 12th):

Topaz Adjust is designed to enhance three characteristics: contrast, detail, and color. Specializing in producing vivid images, Adjust uses Topaz’s adaptive exposure, adaptive saturation, and even includes our cutting-edge detail enhancement algorithms to give you the secret “oomph” ingredients that make your images stand out.

Meike will soon announce three new mirrorless lenses that will be available also for Nikon 1 mount.

Three Nikon cameras won the 2018 IF design awards.

→ New: LockPort for Nikon D850.

→ Nikon D850 & Nikkor lenses for time-lapse photography.

→ Photographing New York with a Nikon.

→ Max Leitner and the Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm lens.

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  • Mehdi R

    $2K for D810 is awesome!

  • San

    Wished the Lockport and RRS plates for the D850 is compatible.( sadly they are not )

  • Somebody actually went to the expense of building lenses for the Nikon 1?

    • Michiel953

      And a cinema lens as well! There must be demand…

      I should have gotten the V1 when I had the chance.

      • Spy Black

        I’m filming a 3 hour epic with a cast of thousands using my J4…

      • Maybe they are taking inspiration from nikon. Cough…keymission….cough.

    • PhilK

      Yeah, that one is more than a bit weird… that big Chinese factory Nikon just closed was the one that made most of the Nikon 1 stuff..

    • tomskyphoto

      They just slapped a dumb – i.e. non-electronic – lens mount on their recent line of budget manual lenses for mirrorless APS-C (Fuji, Sony). No CPU for APS-C either, and the lenses are also available for MFT. Not much R&D involved here, just trying to broaden sales a little bit.

  • Third party lens companies seem to support Nikon 1 better than Nikon itself.

  • br0xibear

    Came across a really interesting site, don’t know if it’s been mentioned on nikonrumors before, it’s definitely worth visiting, some great articles about Nikon equipment and camera shops in Japan…

    “I am a photographer living in Tokyo and I would like to share some of
    the things that I take for granted everyday here in the camera capital
    of the world to people who are otherwise too busy or lazy to travel here
    to indulge in their photographic pilgrimage.”


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