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Lexar XQD memory cards discontinued (again)

B&H sent out emails to existing pre-orders that the Lexar 64GB XQD memory card is now officially discontinued by the manufacturer and all orders will be canceled:

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Nikon D810a DSLR camera for astrophotography listed as discontinued at US retailers

The Nikon D810a DSLR camera is currently listed as discontinued or on backorder at the top three US retailers: B&H: discontinued Adorama: on backorder Amazon: temporarily out of stock The Nikon D810a DSLR camera was specifically designed for astrophotography and it was announced back in February 2015. Related posts:

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The Nikon 1 V3 mirrorless camera is now discontinued

The Nikon 1 V3 mirrorless camera is now listed discontinued at B&H and it’s on backorder at Adorama and Amazon. The camera is also listed as discontinued on the official Nikon website:

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Zeiss SLR Classic lenses are now discontinued

Cosina Japan officially announced that the following Zeiss SLR Classic series lenses have been discontinued: 2.8/15, 3.5/18, 2/25, 2/28, 1.4/35, 2/135. Some of the Zeiss Classic lenses for Nikon F-mount are still available for sale in the US. Back in 2015, Zeiss replaced their SLR classic lens series with the new Milvus line of lenses specifically designed for digital cameras (DSLRs). Currently, a total […]

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Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED VR lens listed as discontinued

The Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED VR lens is now listed as discontinued at B&H and is no longer available at Adorama (only used listings are displayed). Amazon still has the lens in stock for $579.99.

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Major German photo website issues an “online obituary” for the Nikon 1 mirrorless system

Even without an official statement from Nikon, the German website Digitalkamera.de announced the death of the Nikon 1 system in an “online obituary”:

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