The Nikon D610 now comes with a free MB-D14 battery grip ($229) at Adorama and B&H. Both resellers offer some additional freebies listed bellow.
There is a new Nikon cashback program in the UK (see also WEX Photographic listings):
Other Nikon deals:
→ $100 off all Zeiss lenses (including Otus)
→ Grey market Nikon 24-120mm f/4G lens for $649 (50% off)
→ Refurbished Nikon F6 for $1,199.95
→ Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 lens is now $100 off
→ Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 lens is now $270 off
→ Nikon's lens and DSLR combo rebates were extended for March
→ WPPI special from B&H
Nikon raised the price of the FM10 film SLR camera in Japan by almost 50%:
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The new pricing will take effect on April 1, 2015.
I am not sure if this price increase will come also to the US and Europe - currently the FM10 US price is $320 (£310 in the UK).
→ Nikon has a patent application for a 35mm f/1 DX lens.
→ Another patent application shows a 3mm f/2.8 circular fisheye lens designed for 1" sensor (Nikon 1).
The new Nikon D7200 will start shipping on March 19th according to B&H, Adorama and Amazon UK (the press release stated early April release):
The new Nikon ME-W1 wireless microphone is water resistant:
Nikon D7200 sealing:
Those are all the official Nikon D7200 sample images I could find online. Full resolution versions and EXIF data can be found at Nikon Japan and Nikon Asia:
Nikon D7200 pre-order options:
Nikon Coolpix P900 pre-order options:
Nikon ME-W1 wireless microphone:
Specifications comparison between the new Nikon D7200 and the D7100 courtesy of Nikon USA: