Update: BuyDig has this lens for $149 once you add it to your cart ($26 cheaper than B&H).
A reader sent me a link to this, apparently new, Rokinon 7.5mm f/8 RMC fisheye lens for Nikon 1 mount. I do not remember seeing an announcement for this lens. Anyway, here is some additional info from B&H website:
- Nikon 1 Mount Lens/CX Format
- Fixed Aperture: f/8.0
- 20.25mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Expansive 162° Angle of View
- Seven-Layer RMC Multi-Coating
- Manual Focus Design
- Built-In Petal Type Lens Hood
- Aluminum Alloy Lens Barrel
The first Nikon D810 books/guides are already listed on Amazon US:
Here are the listings for few other countries:
The Nikon D810 DSLR filmmaker's kit is now shipping and is currently in stock at Amazon and B&H (with free expedited shipping). The kit offers savings of $993 off suggested retail prices when purchased separately and includes:
Nikon released new firmware updates for the D90, D7000, D7100, D600, D610 and D4s DSLR cameras. Follow the links for additional details:
I received this screenshot from a website I will not mention online in order to keep the privacy of the individuals involved. I believe that the person who posted that is very close to Nikon and that he/she is talking about the upcoming D750 camera (there is no other 24MP Nikon camera with 51 AF points). Here are the missing specifications that we did not have before (the text is translated):
Please note that this information is not coming from one of my source - it was found online and could be wrong.
I will open the comment section for guests, but if things get out of control again, I will quickly turn it back off.
→ The Lomography Petzval lens for Nikon mount (see review) is now in stock.
→ The new Metz Mecablitz 64 AF-1 flash for Nikon cameras is now in stock at B&H and Adorama.
→ Price check: grey market (imported, no US warranty) Nikon D610 DSLR cameras now sell for around $1,500 on eBay (some listings were as low as $1,400). The Nikon Df is listed for around $2,200.
→ Rokinon rumored to announce their new 50mm f/1.2 lens on August 26th.
→ Nikon D810 photography essentials featuring Lucas Gilman:
Pyongyang, North Korea: Arirang Mass Games
Fiordland National Park, New Zealand: Milford Sound
Uyuni, Bolivia: Uyuni Salt Flats at Sunset during wet season
Walter Chang (website | Tumblr | Instagram | Twitter) shares his experience on backpacking around the world for over 2 years and documenting his travels with Nikon equipment (first with D700 and then with D800, click on images for larger view):
Discovering what we call home
I started traveling when I quit my job back in September 2011 with the idea of roaming around South East Asia for three months. What would begin as a short break has eventually turned into two and a half years of traveling around the world in over 50 countries.
The one great thing about capturing my travels is being able to experience a lot of different types of photography. I’ll photograph landscapes on a multi-day trek and have to worry about what to carry in order to keep things as light as possible. Then I’ll dabble in wildlife photography on a safari in Africa, photograph the street life in bustling cities, and grab some starscapes while camping.