Stock Status Central

As a new feature, we are also embedding the most active stock status pages on the front page, right below…







IF YOU DON’T SEE THE STOCK STATUS TABLES ABOVE: The Stock Status table ABOVE is displayed using the AdSpeed professional ad/banner management service. If you turned off Javascript or you are using an ad/Javascript-blocking service like Ad Block Plus, you won’t see the Stock Status table right above…

Using AdSpeed allows us to update the stock status information at one place, and have the updates propagate automatically at multiple places on the various noisy blogs. We can’t do this with plain HTML.

INTRODUCTION
After over three years, we are finally launching phase #1 of a modern-era stock status page. These are the cameras currently covered by this mini-site. For the latest updates on your cameras of interest listed below, click or open in new tab/window.

Frequently Updated (alphabetical order)
+ Fuji X100S
+ Nikon Df [NEW!]
+ Olympus E-M1
+ Panasonic GM1
+ Ricoh GR (APS-C) Digital
+ Sony a7 and a7r

Infrequently Updated (alphabetical order)
+ Canon 70D
+ Canon EOS-m mirrorless system
+ Canon 1D X
+ Canon 5D Mark III
+ Canon 6D
+ Canon D-Rebel T4i (650D)
+ Canon Powershot G1x
+ Canon Powershot S100
+ Canon 1D Mark IV
+ Canon 5D Mark II
+ Canon 7D
+ Fuji X-Pro 1 and lenses
+ Fuji X-E1
+ Fuji X100
+ Fuji X20
+ Fuji X10
+ Nikon D4
+ Nikon D800 and D800E
+ Nikon D3s
+ Nikon D700
+ Nikon D7100
+ Nikon D7000
+ Nikon D3200
+ Olympus E-M5
+ Panasonic GH3
+ Panasonic GH2
+ Panasonic GX1
+ Panasonic LX7 and FZ200
+ Panasonic LX5
+ Pentax K-01
+ Sony A77 & A65
+ Sony NEX-7
+ Sony RX100 Mark II
+ Sony RX100
+ Sony RX1
+ Sony RX1R

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