Weekly Nikon news flash #661

H&Y announced several new products including a new clip-on filters system (world’s first) with a variable step adapter that can fit lenses with different thread sizes and basically eliminates the need for filter adapter rings. There is also a new magnetic K-series clip-on filter. Check out also the available filters. For a list of all H&Y products and purchase options, visit the official H&Y website. H&Y filters are also sold at AdoramaB&H, and Amazon.

Alphagvrd camera and lens skins winter sale: use code WINTERISHERE at checkout.

This new DIGI SWAP gadget promises to “revive film cameras on iPhone”.

→ Now $100 off: Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 II Lens for Nikon F-mount.

Nikon Museum is temporarily closed.

Nikon Nikkor Z 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 S lens review at Ephotozine.

→ Nikon UK gave AP this statement regarding the ongoing global chip shortage:

“We are currently experiencing supply chain disruption and delivery delays. This is due to the arrival and distribution of necessary parts for imaging products mainly due to the impact of the global shortage of semiconductor supply. We advise those awaiting confirmation of their delivery date to contact the retailer through which they placed their order. Rest assured Nikon is working hard to resolve these disruptions and to deliver the products to the affected customer orders as a priority.” (via Amateur Photographer)

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