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Weekly Nikon news flash #512

→ New: 3 Legged Thing Ellie universal L-bracket . → The production of Nikon WR-A10 wireless remote adapter and Nikon WR-10 wireless remote adapter set are temporarily suspended . → New Topaz Labs Sharpen AI released and is currently $20 off (free trial available, works as a standalone or plug-in for Photoshop, Lightroom Classic or Topaz Studio).

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Kamlan plans to launch their first full-frame mirrorless lenses for Z-mount next year 

The Taiwanese company Sainsonic plans to launch their first Kamlan branded full-frame mirrorless lenses for Z-mount next year  – they already have the Kamlan 55mm f/1.2 full frame mirrorless lens for Sony E-mount (pictured above – more info on that lens is available here ): “In the interview with the Taipei Photographic Equipment Exhibition, I accidentally shook this booth. A lens brand I have never seen before, after chatting with the boss, I realized that this is a lens brand from Taiwan.

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More Nikon mirrorless camera rumors: free adapter, better sensor than the D850, shipping starts in November

I was told that Nikon will be introducing their new mirrorless cameras to several large distributors and camera chains next week. We can expect new leaks in the next few days.

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Industry News: Xiaomi to Purchase GoPro Says Report

It hasn’t been a secret that GoPro has been for sale for quite some time, and it looks like they may have found a buyer in Chinese electronics company Xiaomi. Bloomberg is reporting that the deal could be worth as much as $1bil for a company that has a current market capitalization of $761mil

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Leica Out-Performs Camera Market to Grow by 6%

Leica recorded revenue growth of more than 6% from April 1st 2016 to March 31st 2017, bucking the overall downward trend in the global camera market, which declined by around 10 per cent in the same period. Leica’s overall revenue figure of almost 400 million euros was achieved by a systematic realignment of the company that has taken place in recent years, including the setting up of an in-house retail distribution division, and a focus on the Chinese market, with plans to open 20 to 30 more stores.

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Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review

The Mate 10 Pro is the latest flagship phone from the Chinese manufacturer Huawei , and as with a lot of new smartphones these days, it promises a lot for the keen photographer, not least Leica-branded f/1.6 lenses and dual colour / monochrome image sensors.

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All Lexar XQD memory cards already discontinued at B&H

All Lexar XQD memory cards are already listed as discontinued at B&H . Some models can still be found at Adorama and Amazon . Nikon is currently the only camera manufacturer that uses XQD memory cards (some high-end camcorders are using XQD as well)

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Leica Oskar Barnack Award Winners Honoured at Gala Event in Berlin

Leica honoured photographers Terje Abusdal and Sergey Melnitchenko with the prestigious Leica Oskar Barnack Award and Leica Oskar Barnack Award Newcomer, respectively.

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New interview with Tetsuro Goto from Nikon: “full frame is the trend, if Nikon will go mirrorless it must be full frame”

The Chinese website Xitek published a new interview with Tetsuro Goto from Nikon. Here is a translation of the main points from the interview: Interview with Tetsuro Goto: full frame is the trend, will have Nikon’s DNA mirrorless On modifications of Mr. Goto’s personal Df:  no major modifications, only some small ones

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Innova Art Relaunches in China

Innova Art – the first UK-based inkjet media specialist founded this century – is relaunching its brand in China. The move reintroduces to the Chinese print market a range of digital fine art and photo media originally introduced to the market via Innova’s private label service more than ten years ago. At the forefront of the Innova Art relaunch is the Editions range, comprising two category-busting photo papers and four cotton rag papers, including two produced in partnership with the famous Italian paper mill, Fabriano. Additionally, the Fine Art and Photo Art ranges will also be introduced to the Chinese market.

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