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Penn Camera News & Notes
By Jeff Synder
It's been a hectic few months here in the DC area It was great to see so many of you here in town for the Presidential Inaugural last month and the NBA All Star game a few weeks ago too! ! WOW and while at the Super Bowl I had the opportunity to meet so many of you that I correspond with everyday. That was great!
Here's some information on new and exciting products and promotions that have been announced since last month.
The big news (for all of you that have been asleep for a few weeks) is that Nikon has announced two new professional digital cameras in the D1 lineup. The Nikon D1X, which will be the first to hit the market (in about 90 days)is a 5.47 megapixel camera, which will shoot 3fps up to 9 consecutive shots. The D1H is a 2.74 megapixel camera that will shoot 5fps up to 40 consecutive shots per burst! Release dates and firm pricing has yet to be announced, however we are accepting orders for both now. For all the specs, go to www.nikonusa.com. Get on the list early! Email or call me!
Also, new product announcements from Nikon AFS 300 f2.8 ED-IF II, a smaller lighter weight lens than it's predecessor at a lower price too! For all of you that have had a 300 f2.8 on order with us and have yet to receive your lenses, you will automatically receive the new 300 when it becomes available. The SB-50DX AF TTL Speedlight is the latest addition to Nikon's flash line-up, a small unit, great for remotes and runs on two 123 Lithium batteries.
Nikon's Coolpix 990 has been reduced in price! I have a "special" Sports Shooter reader price, call or email me for details!!! And finally...Nikon has reduced the price of the current D1 camera too!!!
NOW IN STOCK are the Lightware Digital Backpacks and Lightware's long lens cases.
On the professional end, Canon has announced re-designed 1.4X and 2X EF Teleconverters. We are ALL anxiously awaiting word on a Canon high-end pro digital camera. While there were no announcements made at the PMA show a few weeks ago we hope to hear some promising news very soon. I'll keep you all posted.
HOT MIRROR FILTER SPECIALS -- Penn Camera has a few Tiffen Hot Mirror filters available at close out pricing. 48mm $10, 58mm $20, 72mm $30 and 82 $40. Supplies are very limited.
New films from Kodak are the Porta 400 BW, a portrait B+W film that is processed in C41 chemistry, and a complimentary new line-up of Portra B+W papers.
Fuji has announced new 400, 800 & 1600 4th layer technology for their Professional Press Color Negative films. Availability should be sometime over the next few months. NPZ800 is the new portrait color negative film. Delivery should begin shortly.
Time for Spring Cleaning. For those of you using Kodak's DCS cameras, Kodak has a promotion on extended service contracts. Kodak will waive the $50 fee to check out your camera in order to see if it is eligible for their extended service agreements. There are "specials" on extended service agreements. Call me or email for details.
What a cool ball head! That's what you are all saying! The Magic Ball and Mini Magic Ball from Novoflex continue to be extremely popular. They're compact, strong and look good too! Take a look at http://www.novoflex.com/html/products.htm. Novoflex has also announced a metal lens cap that is specifically designed for Nikon and Canon long lenses, that usually use a Velcro fitted cover.
LEXAR - Hurry, don't lose $$$$! A cash rebate on most of the popular Compact Flash memory cards continues through March 31st. Lexar's Firewire card readers are in stock too! Pricing has dropped a bit, call me or email for details. www.lexarmedia.com.
SANDISK has announced price decreases that will take effect in a few daysStay tuned for most of the memory cards to fall in price.
Any questions? If so, feel free to contact me anytime. Jeff Snyder PENN CAMERA 1-800-347-5770 301-210-7370 Fax: JeffPennCamera OR firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Penn Camera is located in Washington DC.)
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