Nikon D400 DSLR camera rumored to be announced in this fall, September 2013. The upcoming DSLR camera expected to deliver a large buffer to process the images captured with newly developed 24MP sensor.
After the announcement of Nikon D7100 camera, Nikon Europe confirmed that D7100 is not positioned to replace the D300s as Nikon’s flagship DX-format camera. So from that moment Nikon D400 rumors surfaced again and the successor of D300s expected to be announced this September.
Nikon engineers have been working on a new generation EXPEED 4 processor for the D400 to handle the buffer size. This also makes movie features and video recording capability of D400 up to 60p in HD.
Nikon is also working on a better and more advanced AF system for the D400, other than the 51-point AF system used on the current D7100. This new AF system is also going to be used on the Nikon D4s, which is in the works and scheduled to be announced sometime in 2014.
Below are the rumored specs of the upcoming Nikon D400 DSLR camera.
Nikon D400 Rumored Specs
- 24MP DX-format CMOS sensor
- Expeed 4 image processor
- New AF system (better than D7100 and will be used on Nikon D4s)
- Up to 1/8000 sec and 8fps or 9 fps shutter speed
- ISO sensitivity 100-6,400
- 100% viewfinder coverage
- 91,000 pixel RGB sensor (from D800)
- Same controls as on the D800
- Large buffer size (better than D7100)
- Advanced video recording capability (up to 60p in HD mode)
- No AA filter
- Full magnesium alloy body
Nikon D400 body only price expected to be $1700 or $1800 in the camera market. Stay tuned for more news and rumors for the upcoming Nikon DSLR camera.