The Nikon D810 and D610 DSLR cameras are now officially listed as discontinued at the Nikon Japan website. This is a good sign that we can foresee the next announcement can be made in early 2020.
The product in question is the Nikon D770 or the Nikon D790. Check out the latest rumors about the upcoming Nikon D760 DSLR.
The Nikon D610 is currently in stock at Adorama and B&H Photo. The Nikon D810 camera is now out of stock in the US, but refurbished versions are still available for sale at Adorama and B&H. Continue reading “Nikon D810 and D610 DSLR Cameras Discontinued”
2019 Nikon Black Friday Deals are now live and you can save $500 on Nikon D850 DSLR camera body. This is the best deal we’ve seen so far on Nikon D850.
The Nikon D850 is one of the most popular full-frame DSLR cameras on the market. Featuring a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor, this sleek Nikon D850 DSLR is capable of capturing high-resolution images at up to 7 fps and Full HD 1080p60 video, both with reduced noise and high sensitivity up to an expanded ISO 25600 for working in difficult lighting conditions. And the Nikon D850 gets an excellent 89% overall score and Gold Award from the experts at DPReview. This great Nikon D850 deal won’t hang around for long, so just get it if you are interested.
$500 off + Free Battery Grip on Nikon D850: $2,796.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. Continue reading “Nikon D850 Black Friday Deals 2019”
Here are the latest Nikon Black Friday 2019 deals. The Nikon savings are live and you can save big on cameras, kits and lenses.
Cameras like the D750, D5600, D7500 are on sale and you can save good depending on your selection.
So check out the list below for latest Nikon Black Friday 2019 deals and order to your needs. Continue reading “Latest Nikon Black Friday 2019 Deals”
Nikon Europe said on Youtube that the firmware updates for Nikon Z6 & Z7 will be released on May 16th, 2019.
This new firmware update will add Eye-detection AF, CFexpress support and Raw video over HDMI to the Z6 and Z7, and also AF and AE improvements for Z6 & Z7.
The new firmware update with the upcoming price drop will make the Nikon Z products a very useful mirrorless solution. Continue reading “Nikon Z6 & Z7 Firmware Release Date on May 16th (Eye AF, CFexpress Support, Raw Video)”
Nikon will start a new rebate promotion on April 28th. The Nikon Z6 will get a new $200 price drop, while the Nikon Z7 will go down $600.
Check out the Nikon deals on DSLR, Mirrorless cameras as well as several lenses. Continue reading “New Nikon Rebates Coming on April 28th, Deals on DSLR, Mirrorless Cameras and Lenses”
Best Lenses for Nikon D850 DSLR camera. Here are the top recommended lenses for your Nikon D850 full frame DSLR camera.
FX-Format Nikon D850 sports a 45.7MP CMOS sensor and EXPEED 5 image processor. It’s an amazing light-tight box that guarantees astounding full-frame UHD-4K video and high-res photographs. But a camera is only as good as its lenses so you need to equip it with the right optics for optimal results.
Nikon D850 ($3,296.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama) is a powerful full-frame DSLR camera that provides professional photographers and multimedia creators with an impressive combination of resolution and high-speed performance.
Whether capturing for client work or personal projects, the camera delivers intense clarity and accurate skin tones for portraits, with the added benefit of low-light ability for weddings and events. It is versatile enough to be used for landscapes and fine art where broad dynamic range is critical, for sports that require a high frame rate and decisive AF, or for video creators who want 4K UHD flexibility.
Choosing the right lens is not always an easy task. Here we looked at all lenses from Nikon and other companies and selected the best choices based on good price, usefulness and high image quality, including leading prime and zoom options from wide-angle to telephoto. Continue reading “Best Lenses for Nikon D850”
Nikon has announced more details of firmware in development for the Z6, Z7, D5, D850 and D500 cameras.
As previously reported, firmware is being planned that will add Eye-detection AF, CFexpress support and Raw video over HDMI to the Z6 and Z7, with AF and AE improvements also coming in May.
You might familiar with Eye AF which is found on Sony mirrorless cameras, including the a7 III and a7R III against which the Z6 and Z7 compete. Another significant upcoming feature is the ability to output ProRes RAW video to an Atomos Ninja V. This would make the Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 the first stills/video hybrid cameras to support RAW video output. Check out the details below. Continue reading “Nikon Announced the Development of New Firmware for the Z6, Z7, D5, D850 and D500”