Today Nikon took the D4s out of the glass box and officially announced their new camera. Within a lengthy and adjective heavy press release key details such as a start date of March 6th for shipping and a price tag of $6500 stood out over changes to the processor or video capabilities.
DPReview managed to pin down four windswept Nikon Executives to answer and evade questions about Nikon’s future plans. Not surprisingly there was no mention of yesterday’s news of a potential US law suit.
US law firm Lief Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein are collecting complaints from angry Nikon D600 users relating to the camera’s problem of collecting larger than normal amounts of dust around the sensor. The law firm’s website states that they are:
Phottix announces the availability of the Nikon-compatible Mitros+
Phottix is releasing a firmware upgrade for its Phottix Mitros TTL Flashes for Canon and Nikon. Change logs, install instructions and files are…