Nikon has released firmware updates for the Nikon D300, D300s, D700 and P7700.
The firmware updates for the D300, D300s and D700 add support for the new Nikon 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens.
The firmware update for the Nikon Coolpix P7700 includes the following improvements:
When shooting with shooting mode set to M (manual) with Flash, and the ISO sensitivity set to Auto, ISO 80-200, ISO 80-400, or ISO 80-800, ISO sensitivity was sometimes not locked at ISO 80 and a different ISO sensitivity was sometimes applied. This issue has been resolved.
You can download the firmware updates here at Nikon’s website.
The Nikon D700 was a grand camera. And now it’s gone. Out of stock. Discontinued.
Farewell dear friend.
[via Nikon Rumors]
Nikon has released a new firmware update for the D700. The new firmware version 1.03 provides the following fix:
An issue that, in some very rare cases, caused images to be extremely under-exposed has been resolved.
You can download the update from Nikon USA’s website.
It looks like the Nikon D700 got a price drop at B&H today as well. Check it out here at B&H.
As previously rumored, the Nikon D700 has received a significant price drop. It’s down $500 now to $2199.
Check it out here at Amazon.com.
Those lamenting over the high resolution of the new Nikon D800 may be pleased to know that Nikon will continue to manufacturer the D700 “for the foreseeable future.”
There is no doubt to the popularity and solid performance of the Nikon D700, so this doesn’t necessarily come as a big shocker. The continued flux of the D700′s availability proves that there’s still a pretty big demand for this camera.
No word on what kind of price decreases we might see though. It’d be nice to see the D700 work its way into the sub-$2000 price range in the next few months. (Although that’s mostly wishful thinking – given its current $2700 price tag.) I think that would make it an easier reach for a lot of folks who have been holding off or saving their pennies to grab one.
[via Rob Galbraith]