Four new Sigma lenses for Nikon F-mount leaked on-line: 28mm f/1.4, 40mm f/1.4, 70-200mm...

Sigma will announce five new lenses for Photokina, including the long-rumored Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Sports lens (the fifth lens is mirrorless):

The brand new Irix Dragonfly 150mm f/2.eight Macro 1:1 lens at Photokina

Optyczne published several pictures from Photokina of the new Irix Dragonfly 150mm f/2.8 Macro 1:1 lens:

Easy methods to open Nikon Z7 RAW/NEF recordsdata with Adobe Lightroom

Adobe has not yet released Lightroom RAW/NEF support for the Nikon Z7 mirrorless camera. explains how to tweak the RAW/NEF files with an EXIF editor:

Nikon Z 35mm f/1.eight mirrorless lens overview

Nikon Z 35mm f/1.8 lens review by Mobile01 (the lens is expected to start shipping next week, on November 5th, pre-orders are now open at  Adorama | B&H Photo):

Extra Nikon Z7 evaluations

Based on the information I received from readers, the first batch of Nikon Z cameras in the US did not even fulfill the pre-orders placed at B&H on the first day after the official announcement.

“Dreaming” 4K video shot on the Nikon Z6

Marin Marinov shot the video "Dreaming" in 4K with the Nikon Z6: One day a guy came home and gave me a camera. He just said it’s top secret mirrorless full-frame Nikon... so I thought, why not try what’s it capable of 😉  I’ve been shooting Nikons for years, but really wasn’t impressed with video quality. I have a D850 and didn’t even bother to try the video mode.... it’s like the switch for video was cemented (just kidding:)

Nikon introduced the winners of the 44th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competitors

Nikon announced the winners of the 44th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition (click on images for larger view).

Weekly Nikon information flash #491

→ Lexar memory cards on sale at B&H. → New firmware update released for the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art lens.

The newest Nikon Z6/Z7 opinions

The latest Nikon Z6/Z7 reviews: → Nikon Z7 review by Ming Thein:"On an absolute scale, what we have here is not revolution but thorough evolution – much as the D3 was in its day. And as the D3, this represents a massive quantum leap of innovation for conservative Nikon; though the Z7 isn’t the second coming of sliced Jesus there are enough solid improvements over the D850, and not too many compromises (some of which are firmware-fixable). For a first try, it’s remarkable effort. Put another way: I don’t care what the fanboys say, but we’re now on the third generation of Sony A7 (fourth, if you count the A9) and they still don’t operate as smoothly.

Nikon Z6 now in inventory

The Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera is now shipping and is currently in stock at several retailers in various kit combinations - check the links below for additional information: