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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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Nikon @ 2019 CES schedule

The 2019 CES show starts tomorrow and Nikon released their detailed event schedule (click for larger view): As I already reported , in 2019, Nikon will concentrate on Z lenses and I believe they may officially release their  Nikkor Z 14-30mm f/4  lens at the CES show or shortly after. If Nikon announces the D6, I am only expecting a “development announcement” without any major details. The Nikon Coolpix a900 is also long overdue (unless it was already canceled)

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The most popular NikonRumors blog posts of 2018

Here are the top 10 most popular [NR] blog posts for 2018 – yes, it was all about the Nikon Z ( the first report about the Nikon Z mount was published in January): Breaking: Nikon Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras and three lenses coming on August 23rd, Z-Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/0.95 lens to be announced later Breaking: the first leaked press photo of the Nikon Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras First set of rumored specifications for the Nikon mirrorless cameras Another Nikon mirrorless camera picture leaked Nikon mirrorless camera rumors: THE BIG RECAP Breaking: the first Nikon mirrorless camera teaser video Nikon D850 vs. Nikon Z6 vs. Nikon Z7 specifications comparison Nikon’s upcoming mirrorless camera rumored to have a new Z-mount with 16mm flange focal distance Nikon mirrorless camera specs recap More leaked pictures of the new Nikon mirrorless full frame camera Next are the  top 10  most visited NikonRumors posts for December, 2018:           Nikon D760 rumored for 2019 Nikon Z7 or Nikon D850

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Nikon Canada now offers a free battery grip with the purchase of a D850 camera

Nikon Canada now offers a free battery grip with the purchase of a D850 DSLR camera. This deal is good through 1/10/2019

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Nikon Z7 vs. Nikon D850

Nikon Z7 vs. Nikon D850 opinions from around the Web: “For my own uses of a high-resolution camera I prefer the Z7 over the D850.

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Weekly Nikon news flash #501

→ The Topaz Labs holiday sale promotion is now live (details available here ) → Check  the latest Nikon refurbished gear at BuyDig.

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The Nikon Z7 got the high-end camera of the year award at Dpreview

I just received this email from Nikon USA – the Nikon Z7 received the high-end camera of the year award at Dpreview: The post The Nikon Z7 got the high-end camera of the year award at Dpreview appeared first on Nikon Rumors .

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Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera teardown

Kolarivision  published their Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera teardown and disassembly pictures online ( see also the previous Nikon Z7 teardowns ) – here is their conclusion: “Nikon follows the example set by Sony in some aspects of its design as well as it’s market philosophy.

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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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Reminder: Google Trends and Amazon’s sales rankings don’t mean anything

Reminder -  Google Trends and Amazon’s sales rankings don’t mean anything: Google Trends: Sony a7r3 vs. Nikon D850 Debunking fake news again: Amazon’s sales rankings don’t mean anything The post Reminder: Google Trends and Amazon’s sales rankings don’t mean anything appeared first on Nikon Rumors .

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