B&H has the Nikon Z6 with a Sony G-series 32GB XQD card included (along with a camera bag) for $1796.95 (reg. $1996.95 for the camera alone). This is a limited time deal. Check it out while it lasts here at B&H Photo.
The current instant savings on Canon and Nikon cameras and lenses expire later this week on June 29, 2019. You can save up to $1000 on Nikon DSLRs, $600 on Nikon mirrorless cameras and $650 on Nikon lenses. Savings on Canon DSLRs are available up to $650 off and up to $400 off Canon lenses.
According to multiple rumors from Nikon Rumors, Nikon is primed to introduce an upcoming affordable Z-series model (perhaps the Z1 or Z5) to complement the higher-end Nikon Z6 and Z7. And recent rumors suggest the mid-range model may be in the $900 range. Although, the speculation ranges up to the equivalent of $1700.
If manufacturers are ready for mirrorless cameras to take over the Rebel and Nikon DX lines, we’re going to have to see some lower-end models fill up the ranks (and possibly even some more affordable APS-C format cameras).
One of the big highlights during the new Mac Pro unveil yesterday was the machine’s 8K video editing prowess; however, there is a shortage of cameras capable of capturing 8K footage. During Jonathan Morrison’s Hands-On video (embedded below) of the new Mac Pro, we got a sneak peek of an unreleased Canon 8K cinema camera that was used to capture 8K Pro-Res RAW. [Read more…]
Last week, Theta Chip, LLC filed lawsuits in federal court against Canon USA, Nikon, Fujifilm, Olympus, and Sigma for infringing a specific patent that covers removable memory cards in cameras and image rotation in camera menu systems, among other things. [Read more…]
Nikon has announced a new trade-in program for its new Z series full frame mirrorless cameras. Now through March 31, 2019, you can trade in an operating interchangeable lens camera for a Nikon Z Series camera and get $400 towards a Nikon Z 7 or $200 towards a Nikon Z 6 in addition to your camera’s trade-in value.
You can find out more details and trade-in values here at B&H Photo.