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DxOMark published Nikon Z7 sensor test results

DxOMark just published their Nikon Z7 sensor test results ( see Z6 DxoMark score here ): “It’s interesting that the Nikon Z 7’s sensor produces results that are similar but not identical to the D850’s. It’s possible that some of the differences can be attributed to the presence of phase-detection autofocus pixels on the imaging sensor

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XferMax X8-N backup device for XQD/CF/SDXC memory cards now available on Amazon

We have already discussed the XferMax X8-N backup device for XQD memory cards in the past and now you can finally purchase one on Amazon : XferMax X8 is new backup device by DazuInfo. Card slots built-in: CF/CFast/SDXC, no external card reader needed Copy speed up to 140MB/s, when SSD installed Easy to install/uninstall HDD or batteries Memory card file format – FAT32 – exFAT ( individual file is larger than 4GB) USB Port – 1x USB3.0 and 1x USB2.0   Additional information (specifications and videos): Dimensions 82mmx160mmx29mm Card Slot XferMax X8-N: SDXC/XQD/CF XferMax X8-S: SDXC/XQD/CFast XferMax X8-C: SDXC/CFast/CF LCD 3.5 inch 320×480 IPS LCD Mono LCD 132 x 32 Mono LCD Battery 2x 18650 Rechargeable Li-Poly battery(optional) 1TB data copying after full charge Storage Capacity Casing Only Hard Drive Interface 2.5″ SATA interface Support Mechanical Hard Disk up to 2TB(7.5mm/9.5mm height) 4TB(15mm height) Supports Solid State Disk up to 1 TB Input DC 5V/2A Computer I/F USB3.0 5Gbit/sec Check out also this backup solution : Still paranoid about one memory card slot

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Lexar announced the world’s first terabyte (1TB) SDXC memory card

Lexar announced the world’s first terabyte (1TB) SDXC memory card (class 10 UHS-I) with transfer speed up to 95MB/s (633x). Check pricing and availability at  Adorama ,  B&H  and  Amazon . The full press release can be found here

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Refurbished Nikon D7500 with 18-55mm & 70-300mm lenses for $899.99

The authorized Nikon US dealer BuyDig is currently selling refurbished Nikon D7500 with AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VR and 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lenses for $899.99 – this is a new low price. A camera bag is also included.

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CalumetPhoto.de Black Friday deals

Here are the 2018 Black Friday weekend deals from Calumet Photographic in Germany (valid November 23 – 26): Nikon D850 for €2.999 instead of €3.699 – Save €700 Nikon D750 for €1.399 instead of €1.599 – Save €200 Nikon D7500 for €899 instead of €1.129 – Save €230 Canon EOS 5D Mark IV + €150 worth of Calumet vouchers Sony Alpha 7R II for €1.699 instead of €2.099 – Save €400 Sony DSC-RX100 VA for €749 instead of €899 – Save €150 Olympus E-M5 II + 12-40mm for €1.299 instead of €1.479 – Save €180 Panasonic G9 + free battery grip (worth € 349) Panasonic G9 + Leica 12-60mm f/2,8-4,0 O.I.S. + free battery grip (worth € 349) Sigma 150-600mm f/5,0-6,3 DG OS HSM lens for Canon/Nikon for €829 instead of €889 – Save €60 Updated list of Black Friday deals can be found here For more deals, follow  @PhotogDeals  on  Facebook  or  Twitter The post CalumetPhoto.de Black Friday deals appeared first on Nikon Rumors . Related posts: Park Camera UK Black Friday Deals (voucher codes included) Here are the leaked 2018 Nikon Black Friday deals Nikon 2017 Black Friday deals leaked

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Nikon Z6 now in stock

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: US: Adorama B&H Photo Amazon US UK: Amazon UK WEX UK Park Camera UK EU: Amazon DE Amazon FR Calumet DE Foto Hans Keuzekamp The post Nikon Z6 now in stock appeared first on Nikon Rumors . Related posts: Nikon D7500 camera body now in stock It’s January 1st 2018 and the Nikon D850 is still out of stock Nikon 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6 and 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 lenses now shipping (UPDATED)

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Nikon USA announces Nikon Z6 shipment date and holiday promotions

Today Nikon USA issued an official press release for what I already reported here last week – the Nikon Z6 camera will start shipping this Friday, November 16th. Nikon Z6 pre-order links:  Adorama  |  B&H  |  Amazon

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Nikon Z6 sensor measurements published at PhotonsToPhotos

The Nikon Z6 coverage continues:  PhotonsToPhotos just published their Nikon Z6 sensor measurements. Here are the comparisons with the Nikon D750 and D850 cameras (the top graph is Z6 vs.

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New Nikon rebates now live (also: Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 lens now $400 off)

The new Nikon rebates are now live – the savings are for the D500, D750 and D810 DSLR cameras (some models come with a free battery grip and accessories). See the new prices at: D500 + MB-D17: Adorama  | B&H  | Amazon D500 + 16-80 + MB-D17: Adorama  | B&H  | Amazon D750 + MB-D16: Adorama  | B&H  | Amazon D750 + 24-120 + MB-D16: Adorama  | B&H  | Amazon D810 + MB-D12: Adorama  | B&H  | Amazon D810 + 24-120 + MB-D12: Adorama  | B&H  | Amazon For the next 24 hours, the Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 DG HSM Art lens for Nikon F-mount  will be  $400 off .

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Nikon Z7 sensor measurements published at PhotonsToPhotos

PhotonsToPhotose just published their Nikon Z7 sensor measurements: Nikon Z7 vs. Nikon D850: Nikon Z7 vs

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