Weekly Nikon news flash #613

Richard Haw repaired the non-existing Nikon Ai AF Zoom Nikkor 28-80mm f/2.8D ED (IF) – that lens was never officially announced (prototype lens?) and was recently listed for sale in Japan.

CP+ presentation on Asian ILCs market and post 2008 impacts of smartphones on the photographic industry:

“Since 2008/9, the smartphone has captured most of the under 40s cohort who might have bought ILC previously. Ultimately, a notable proportion of those who started photography using their smartphone (ie a high %age must have been under 40s when taking 1st images) “age” into an ILC. Note increased proportion of women using ILC’s since 2008.”

→ Hands-on review of the new NiSi 15mm f/4 Sunstar lens.

→ Beauty in the detail: shot on NIKKOR Z f/1.8 series.

→ Wildlife photography with the Z 7II.

→ Lens rack focus performance comparison: NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.2 S lens.

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