Nikon Japan announces price increases of up to 18% for lenses and flash units: Digital Photography Review

Nikon has released details of price increases it will implement in the Japanese market from the beginning of March this year. The changes will affect a total of 73 of its DX and FX lenses, as well as three teleconverters. In addition, 21 lenses for the Nikon 1 system will be included, the FT1 mount adapter and six Speedlite flash units along with the systems associated wireless remotes. Read more

Source: Nikon Japan announces price increases of up to 18% for lenses and flash units: Digital Photography Review

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  1. Hello Tamron! Fortunately I am maxed out on lenes. Curiously it didn’t effect their stock – at least not today.

    Will Ramona ‘ s store gave a roll out party for the D5 / D500. Service Photo in Balt is 9ne of the official roll out stores and B&H is dedicating a day and evening session at their event space to this best thing since sliced bread. On Jan 28, 2016 6:00 PM, “Elliot Paul Stern-Photographer -Educator-Blogger” wrote:

    ELLIOT STERN posted: “Nikon has released details of price increases it will implement in the Japanese market from the beginning of March this year. The changes will affect a total of 73 of its DX and FX lenses, as well as three teleconverters. In addition, 21 lenses for the Ni”

    • not sure about roll out store. They should be considering what they purchase from Nikon, but I am wayyyyy out of that loop. They would be if I was still their rep.
      Truthfully I am more interested in the D500 than the D5. If you don’t mind my opinion the D500 could be the best effort Nikon has made in a long time. If I was still using Nikon I would go for that puppy immediately.

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