Profoto has just posted a video teaser for upcoming product announcement on September 18th, next week. The teaser said that “Soon the world of photography will change forever”. Stay tuned for more info.
Nikon has also registered three unannounced camera codes N1722 (First time saw this code), N1834, N1912 at Chinese MIIT. According to registered info, the N1722 and N1912 has same 5.8GHz Wi-Fi as already released Nikon Z6 & Z7 full frame mirrorless cameras. As already rumored before, the N1912 could be Nikon’s first APS-C Z-mount mirrorless camera. The N1722 could be either Nikon D6 flagship DSLR camera or Nikon Z8 high-megapixel full frame mirrorless camera. While there is still no info about N1834 (Could be upcoming Nikon D760 ?)
On this Sunday 12:01AM EST, the Nikon D850 DSLR camera will get another $200 price drop, final price is $2,796.95. You can check current price for Nikon D850 at B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama, and see all Nikon D850 deals here.
The upcoming Nikon’s APS-C Z-mount mirrorless camera is expected to be announced in later 2019. According to our source, this Z-mount mirrorless camera could use Sony’s 26MP IMX571 APS-C CMOS sensor. You can take a look at specs sheet of IMX571 here. The Fujifilm X-T3 and X-T30 also use this sensor.
Nikon has just released a new firmware version 1.2 for COOLPIX P1000 super zoom compact camera (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon). You can download this firmware here.
The hot Nikon D850 instant rebate now live. You can get $500 instant rebate on this camera, final price is $2,796.95. This deal is now live at B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama.
At IBC 2019, during the interview with Atomos CEO by Newsshooter, Atomos CEO Jeromy Young said that new AF changes are coming to Nikon Z6 & Z7 full frame mirrorless cameras.
According to latest press release for Photokina, Nikon, Leica and Olympus will not attend next year’s Photokina 2020 in May. Below is the press release from Photokina:
Lexar today has officially announced their first CFexpress memory cards, available for 128GB and 256GB versions, max read speed is 1,750MB/s, max write speed is 1,000MB/s. ProGrade Digital also announced their first CFexpress memory cards, available for 120GB, 256GB, 325GB, 512GB and 1TB versions, max read speed is 1,600MB/s, max write speed is 1,400MB/s. You can now pre-order these CFexpress cards below:
As we already report that upcoming Nikon Z8 could use that 61MP full frame CMOS sensor that used on recently released a7R IV(B&H Photo Video/Adorama/Amazon). Now according to latest leak from NR, a leaked screenshot of a new Nikon camera manual that confirms the a new Nikon camera (Nikon Z8) will have a 60.8MP (9552×6364) sensor and the new 16-bit NEF files (Nikon will introduce a lossy compressed RAW codec to reduce the file size).

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