Nikon released new instant rebates on selected Nikon cameras and lenses for June 2020.
With these Nikon rebates you can get $300 off on NikonD780 body, up to $600 off on Nikon Z6 bundles, up to $250 off on Nikon Z50 bundles and up to $500 off on Nikon DSLR & mirrorless lenses. All these deals are set to expire on June 28th, 2020.
Below are the detailed savings and direct links to the major US stores. Continue reading “Nikon Instant Rebates : Up to $500 off on Nikon Lenses & $600 off on Nikon Z6”
Tokina issued another update on the compatibility of Tokina F-mount lenses with Nikon Z 6, Nikon Z 7 and Nikon Z 50 mirrorless cameras.
Previously, Tokina has published a compatibility noticed for Nikon Z-series owners, regarding a few issues the company came across while ‘thoroughly’ testing the functionality of its F-mount lenses when used on Z-series cameras with Nikon’s FTZ Mount Adapter. Continue reading “Update on Tokina Compatibility Notice for Nikon Z6, Z7 and Z50 Cameras”
Nikon has released a new firmware update for the Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras.
Updating the Z6 and Z7 to firmware version 3.00 adds a new Animal-detection AF feature to the current Face/eye-detection AF. Subject tracking has also been modified to function more like the 3D-tracking feature in Nikon digital SLR cameras and support for additional CFexpress memory card brands has also been added. Check brands at Adorama, B&H, and Amazon in the US.
Below are the main changes: Continue reading “Nikon Z6 & Nikon Z7 Firmware Update Released with Animal-Detection AF”
Techart releases the TZC-01, an adapter that makes it possible to mount and use autofocus Canon EF lenses on Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras
Techart says the TZC-01 will work with EF-mount lenses from Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina and Zeiss. In addition to ‘native’ autofocus performance, the lenses will also maintain aperture control, stabilization features and EXIF data. In total, Techart lists 62 lenses it says are proven compatible with the adapter: Continue reading “Techart Releases TZC-01 – New Canon EF to Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter”
Nikon officially released the firmware version 2.20 for Nikon Z6 & Z7 which adds support for CFexpress memory cards and paid RAW video upgrade.
The main update is that Z6 & Z7 now support CFexpress memory cards, currently only Sony CFexpress cards are fully supported by Nikon Z6 & Z7.
Nikon also announced that Z6 and Z7 owners can send their cameras to a Nikon Service Center for a paid upgrade ($200) to add Raw video output.
The RAW video output capability upgrade will be included free of charge as part of the Nikon Z 6 Filmmaker’s kit bundle: Adorama | B&H Photo | Amazon.
See also Nikon Upcoming Cameras 2020. Continue reading “Nikon Z6/Z7 Firmware V.2.20 Released”
Here is an excellent image quality comparison review between the latest high-res Sony a7R IV vs Nikon Z7 vs Panasonic S1R cameras.
Sony a7R IV, Nikon Z7 and Panasonic S1R are all the top full frame mirrorless cameras on the market. Famous photographer Matt Granger has compared the image quality between these three in his video. Check it out! Continue reading “Image Quality Comparison: Sony a7R IV vs Nikon Z7 vs Panasonic S1R”
Nikon officially released the firmware update version 2.10 for Nikon Z6 & Z7 which adds support for NIKKOR Z DX 16–50mm f/3.5–6.3 VR and NIKKOR Z DX 50–250mm f/4.5–6.3 VR lenses and fixes several issues.
The new firmware update with the early Nikon Black Friday sales will make the Nikon Z products a very useful mirrorless solution. Check out the details and download links below.
Continue reading “Nikon Z6 & Z7 Firmware Update Version 2.10 Released”
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”
Here is an important video review that shows the Eye AF comparison between Sony A7r IV and Nikon Z7 full frame mirrorless cameras.
As youknow Nikon brought eye autofocus to the Z 6 and Z 7 mirrorless cameras, a feature that many photographers rely on to help them get the shot, particularly when shooting at wider apertures with narrow depth of field. How good is Nikon’s implementation of the popular feature?
Famous photographer Matt Granger has done an interesting comparison test of Sony a7R IV vs Nikon Z7. So who is the winner, Sony a7R IV or Nikon Z7? Continue reading “Sony a7R IV vs Nikon Z7 – Eye AF Testing”
Along with the Nikon Z50 mirrorless camera, two new kit lenses and NIKKOR Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct, the company also unveiled updated Z-mount lens roadmap until 2021.
The roadmap adds a 20mm F1.8, 50mm F1.2 and 105mm ‘Micro’ lens to the high-end ‘S-Line’ of lenses. There will also be a 28 and 40mm lens as part of what Nikon calls a ‘Compact Prime’ series and a non-S 60mm Micro close-up lens. The ‘S’ line will also gain a 14-24mm F2.8 zoom and a 70-200mm F2.8 for sports and photojournalism. These will be accompanied by a 24-105mm S-line zoom and, while no aperture range has been specified, this is grouped with the existing F4 zooms, An S-line 100-400mm lens is also listed.
For Nikon DX mirrorless camera, on the APS-C side, there will be a 18-140mm (equivalent to 27-210mm), as with the compact primes, no maximum aperture is specified. Continue reading “Nikon Updated the Z-mount Lens Roadmap (until 2021)”