Switronix has a new power cable for Nikon DSLRs that provides access to hours of runtime from any V-mount or 3-Stud battery. The Switronix XP-DSLR-EL15 power cable is compatible with all Nikon DSLRs that accept the Nikon EN-EL15 battery (like the Nikon D800 or D600).
The cables feature a regulated 9.2v battery paddle and an inline female P-Tap connector for 12vdc, housed in an enclosure. The XP-DSLR-EL15 also includes both red and green LED indication to display status of battery power.
Switronix power cables have been available for Canon DSLRs and other cinema cameras for quite some time and have proven popular for extending shoot time in video projects. For more details on the new Switronix XP-DSLR-EL15, check out Switronix’s website. It should be available soon at B&H Photo and other retailers.
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.
Tamron has put a price tag and availability date on its new 90mm Macro and 70-200mm zoom lenses.
The Tamron 90mm f/2.8 DI VC Macro lens will be available in Canon mount starting November 30 for $849. Nikon and Sony mounts to follow thereafter. Pre-order options are at the links below.
- Tamron 90mm f/2.8 DI VC (Canon mount)
- Tamron 90mm f/2.8 DI VC (Nikon mount)
- Tamron 90mm f/2.8 DI VC (Sony mount)
Likewise, the Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 DI VC lens will also be available on November 30 for $1499 with Nikon and Sony versions to follow. Pre-order options are at the links below.
The Nikon D5200 was announced yesterday throughout Europe, Asia and Australia; however, Nikon USA has remained silent. It now appears that Nikon USA will not announce the D5200 until CES 2013 in January, which will give Nikon a shiny new DSLR to show off at the massive consumer trade show.
Accordingly, those of you hoping to get your hands on the D5200 in time for the holidays will just have to wait a little longer. In the mean time, there’s sure to be some killer deals on the Nikon D5100 as it nears its end-of-life.
[via Nikon Rumors]