Updating firmware on nikon sb 900 Lonely wife webcam videos
While nothing official has been said, Nikon Rumors anticipates a new body announcement within the next few months.Nikon and Canon have always kept fairly similar schedules when it comes to releasing new cameras (with the exception of the D300s replacement).It’s not yet showing as discontinued on either the Nikon Global website, nor the Nikon Europe website.
Sadly, the grip is already showing as “Temporarily out of stock“, although it will let you order and checkout.
After some preliminary use, I don't think there's any doubt: get an SB-900 if you're heavy into flash (and retire your SB-800 to dedicated remote wireless use).
Things that are new or changed over the SB-800: In terms of size, the SB-900 is the largest flash Nikon has produced (the photos above are to scale--they were shot with the units side by side in a single picture, then my blue screen background was removed).
The D3300 was released at the beginning of 2014, and with the Canon T6/1300D being announced (even if it is just a 1200D with Wi Fi), it makes sense that Nikon would update their current basic entry level model, especially when you consider that the only bodies in Nikon’s current lineup older than the D3300 are the D610 and the Nikon Df.
While almost as old as the D3300, with new firmware being released only a couple of weeks ago for the Nikon D810 and D810a bodies, it doesn’t suggest that those will be getting replaced any time soon.