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New YI Smartphone Gimbal – £50 Off Today Only

The new user-friendly YI 3-Axis  Smartphone Gimbal  will be launched on 3rd July. Its Amazon selling price is £139.99, but you can get extra £50 OFF with coupon code YIGIMBAL3.

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Nikon’s July rebates and savings

Nikon has new rebates: you can see the details at B&H ,  Adorama  and BuyDig  (same offers should be available also on Amazon ). Also: the Nikon AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E ED IF VR lens is now $150 (20%) off at Adorama  and Amazon  (this is the latest full frame version).

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DAM (Digital Asset Manager) Coming to Luminar 2018 in a Few Weeks

In a couple of weeks, Skylum will make available a new DAM (Digital Asset Manager) for the current version of the Skylum Luminar photo editing software, a product I am using more and more as I struggle with Lightroom issues. From Skylum Software: Skylum plans to build our DAM so that we can keep simple Read more..

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Adorama Becomes The Exclusive Affiliate Partner for Canon Rumors

As of July 1, 2018, Adorama has become the exclusive affiliate partner for Canon Rumors. The decision to partner exclusively with Adorama wasn’t an easy one, as we’ve had great relationships with other retailers. We also understand that our readers are not only loyal to Canon Rumors, but also to retailers in which they purchase Read more..

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More Canon Gear Appears for Certification, Including 5 New Lenses

More Canon gear has been uncovered through certification agencies by Nokishita, including 5 lenses. DS 126721 (EOS) Interchangeable lens camera (single lens reflex or full size mirrorless) Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed Battery: LP-E6 / LP-E6N (or equivalent) The same radio parts as Kiss M PC 2352 (PowerShot) Digital camera Made in Japan Wi-Fi · Bluetooth Read more…

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Updated list of registered Nikon cameras

Some updates on the registered but not yet announced Nikon cameras: two of the upcoming models (N1710 and N1711) will use the Nikon EN-EL15a battery  (or equivalent). A reminder that the EN-EL15a battery is currently used in the Nikon D7500, D7200, D7100, D7000, D850, D810A, D810, D800E, D800, D750, D610, and D500 DSLR cameras. The assumption here is that the N1710 and N1711 models will be mid to high-end DSLR cameras ( D760  and D650?), but it is also possible that Nikon may use the EN-EL15a battery in their new mirrorless camera .

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Skylum Digital Asset Manager (DAM) for Luminar Out Soon

Skylum have announced that their Digital Asset Manager (DAM) for Luminar is currently in Beta and will be released soon. “The new DAM is still under development, and the company wants to make sure it is rock solid before it comes out of BETA.

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Leica M10, Leica Q, Leica CL, Leica TL2 and Leica T/TL Firmware Updates

Leica Camera has released a series of extensive firmware updates for the Leica M10, Leica Q, Leica CL, Leica TL2 and Leica T/TL camera models.

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Kalt TT-4 2-in-1 Table-Top Tripod

The Kalt TT-4, 2-in-1 Table-Top Tripod provides a stable platform for cameras and smartphones and also becomes an easy to grip handle useful when recording video to stabilize the image.

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Weekly Nikon news flash #477

→ New memory card standard announced : SD Express (up to 128TB capacity and 985 MB/s maximum data transfer rate).

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