B&H Photo has a serious bundle on the Nikon 1 V1 right now that includes:
- Nikon 1 V1 Camera
- Nikon 10-30mm Lens
- Nikon 10-100mm Lens
- Nikon 1 SB-N5 Speedlight
- Nikon FT1 Mount Adapter
- Nikon 1 Series Case
B&H has this bundle for $899 right now (compare to $1513 if purchased separate). If you’ve been holding off picking up a Nikon 1 Series kit, here’s your chance.
The Panasonic Lumix GX1 is a new Micro Four Thirds camera that steps up from the GF-series. The GX1 features a 16MP image sensor, 1080/60i AVCHD video capture and a 3-inch touchscreen display. The GX1 offers a sensitivity range of ISO 160-12800 and is compatible with the new LVF2 electronic viewfinder (a 1.44-million dot resolution viewfinder).
The Panasonic Lumix GX1 should be available in December at an initial retail price from $699 for body only, $799 with a standard kit lens, or $949 with an X-series kit lens. Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
While August was a busy month for camera announcements, it’s looking more and more like September is going to give it a run for its money. A press invitation to a “Nikon in White” event on September 21 recently surfaced – an event that is supposed to reveal Nikon’s new mirrorless camera system. [click to continue…]
It looks like Nikon’s compact mirrorless camera has leaked its lens mount and sensor mount onto the web. Based on this image, it’s clearly not an F-mount camera – so you won’t be using existing Nikon lenses on this camera (without an adapter, that is). Additionally, the sensor looks smaller than APS-C format. [click to continue…]
You can currently save $200 on the total kit price if you buy a Sony NEX camera with an 18-55mm kit lens and a 16mm f/2.8 lens at the same time. B&H Photo has the details and available cameras listed here.
The above image is purported to be the new Sony NEX-7. While it appears to be a fake based on the credibility of the source and evidence of image alteration, Sony could have a real gem on its hands if it did something along these lines in the upcoming prosumer NEX model – as a step-up from the NEX-5.
Running through the numbers highlighted above, significant features are: [click to continue…]