From November 28th through December 1st, TopazLabs are offering their entire Photography Collection (all 15 products) for $249.99 (reg $429.99) with coupon code BLACKFRIDAY2014. For more information, click here.
The TopazLabs Photography Collection includes the following products:
We have already seen some video footage taken with the rare Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 fisheye lens which over the years has been listed on eBay with price tags ranging from $27k to $99k. Before listing their lens on eBay, the folks from the Danish store Photografica also took some sample video footage with the 220° angel of view lens:
Nikon filed a patent for tracking moving objects without looking at the viewfinder - the camera will lock on the moving object and provide feedback to the photographer with a vibrating shutter button.
The price of the Nikon Coolpix A camera dropped another $100 to $599 at B&H, Adorama and Amazon (you can also take an additional $25 off at Amazon with this offer). The camera was $699 three weeks ago.
Update - B&H is now also offering free SanDisk 16GB Extreme SDHC Memory Card and Pearstone Onyx 250 camera pouch.
The price of a refurbished Nikon D610 camera is now $1,439.95 (compare to $1,199.99 for a grey market and $1,596.95 for a new D610).
The Nikon instant rebates were extended without any changes to the lens selection.
More Black Friday deals and ongoing rebates are available here.
→ Rare look inside Nikon's factories in Thailand: the website CyberBiz published an article that gives us a rare glimpse of the Nikon factories in Thailand located in Rojana Industrial Park that employees. 7,000 people.
→ Metz announced new mail-in rebates on their flashes (up to $90 off, valid through December 31, 2014), here are their Nikon compatible models:
→ Japan unexpectedly enters into a recession.
Cristiano Gatti (www.cristianogattiph.com) spent 20 days in Zanzibar with his Nikon D5000 camera:
For about 10 years we're experiencing an incredible evolution in technology: better computers, better cars, better mobile phones and obviously better cameras and lenses. Regarding photography, every 6 months, more or less new models are released, sometimes introducing new features and sometimes offering only a simple restyling of our old gear; indeed biggest competitors like Nikon, Canon and Sony must have always new products to offer to their customers, trying to be the #1 in sales rank.