Weekly Nikon news flash #505


→ A new Vello LW-500 Wi-Fi camera controller for select Nikon cameras was announced at the 2019 CES show.


→ New leather half case for Nikon Coolpix P1000 camera now available for sale at: Amazon USAmazon UK | Amazon DE | Amazon FR | Amazon IT | Amazon ES.


→ The new Flashpoint R2 Pro Mark II 2.4GHz transmitter for Nikon cameras is now available.


→ The following Nikon deals are still available:


→ One minute story: Worldwide recognition of Japanese products.

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Nikon Nikkor 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II lens listed as discontinued


The Nikon Nikkor 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II lens is now listed as discontinued at B&H Photo and it is not available for sale at Adorama and Amazon:


Adorama is selling a refurbished 200-400mm f/4G VR II lens for $5,495 ($1,501.95 or 21% off).

The 200-400mm f/4G VR II lens was announced in April 2010 and in January 2018 was replaced by the Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC 1.4 FL ED VR lens (see reviews). The new 180mm-400mm is now in stock at AdoramaB&H and Amazon.

Thanks ZoetMB!

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Nikon Nikkor Z 14-30mm f/4 lens additional coverage



Nikkor Z 14-30mm f/4 lens additional coverage:

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Nikon at the 2019 CES show (part 2)

Some additional coverage of Nikon at the 2019 CES show (pictures courtesy of randorn.com):

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Nikon Z6 in-depth analysis: ISO, battery life, focusing and more

Nikon Z6 at ISO 5,000



Nikon Z6 in-depth analysis by Fran Russo (Website | Instagram):

Battery problem? Nooo! More than 5,500 pictures.

I have read in several places that the battery only allows 300 pictures. This is a complete lie. With a single battery, I am able to shoot more than 5,500 photographs without recharging. All were shot in RAW. I also had activated the stabilizer in normal and sport. The camera was in airplane mode. I do not know if this affects a lot.

I think that only using the electronic viewfinder, you could easily shoot 7000 or 8000 photographs. In addition, I must note that I used a 2-year-old battery that I used to use for my old Nikon d750 for the test.

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Nikon photo recovery: how to recover your lost or corrupt photos and videos

Nikon Photo Recovery: How to recover your lost or corrupt photos and videos

DSLRs have long made their way into the professional photography industry. The past few years have also seen a rise in DSLRs’ popularity in the consumer segment. Seemingly, social sharing and urban lifestyle trends along with the need to capture high-res images are driving this mainstream demand for DSLRs.

The optics and imaging tech leaders in the industry have been nimble on picking these demand cues and innovating more advanced DSLR cameras for the end consumer. Quite a few state-of-the-art devices have been rolled out in recent years with a sterling mix of technology and engineering. For instance, Nikon D850 is a full-frame DSLR that combines a 45.7 megapixel sensor with high-speed continuous shooting at up to 7 fps with just the camera body.

Surprisingly, on the flipside of this incredible leap in DSLR imaging technology and functional innovations, there’s an evident lag in terms of— how reliably the media recorded with DSLRs can be preserved, without getting corrupt or lost.

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