D800E | Nikon
Nikon's EN-EL15 battery pack has officially been recalled in the US and Canada following a handful of short-circuiting incidents that resulted in overheating.
Nikon has released firmware updates for its D4, D800, and D800E DSLRs that address freezing issues with the cameras in addition to other smaller bugs.
Nikon is recalling two lots of its rechargeable lithium-ion camera batteries because of short-circuiting issues that can deform the outside of the battery.
Nikon has announced that the D800E will be shipping today in Japan, albeit in limited qualities at first meaning some customers with preorders will have to wait a little longer.
Nikon's D4 was originally slated to launch in February, but now the company has confirmed to us that it will be launching mid-March, alongside the D800.
In an interview with Amateur Photographer, Nikon's marketing GM Nobuaki Sasagaki mentioned that the company's most newest DSLRs wouldn't be the only ones released in 2012, though he wasn't more specific about timing.
Nikon D800 full-frame DSLR official: 36.3 megapixels, video-friendly features for $2,999.95 in March
After months of rumors, Nikon formally announced the D800, a new full-frame DSLR designed for video professionals and shooters.