Nikon is rumored to announce a new full frame DSLR camera this summer. The next FX-format DSLR camera from Nikon will be the replacement of Nikon D800 and D800E.
According to previous rumors, the name is expected to be Nikon D810. Rumored Nikon D800s DSLR camera could feature the same sensor found on D800 and no low pass (AA) filter.
We can say the D810 will based on D800E and it will be the only model and will come packed without the AA filter. Here is a list of Nikon D810 specifications.
Nikon D800 & D800E Replacement To Be Announced in June, 2014
Nikon D810 Rumored Specifications
- 36MP sensor
- No low pass (AA) filter (just like the D800E, this time Nikon will only introduce one model without the AA filter)
- Improved software to suppress moiré
- Expeed 4 imaging processor (they may call it Expeed 4a)
- Higher resolution LCD screen
- 4k video is unlikely
- Same AF improvements like in the D4s
- Improved low light capabilities: one stop better ISO performance
- 4 centre autofocus points
- Built-in GPS
- No Built-in Wi-Fi
- 5 fps (6fps with the MB-D12)
- The new camera will be lighter (compared to the D800/D800E)
- The price is expected to be higher than the D800E. above $3000!
- The official announcement is expected for June (most likely at the end of June)
Nikon is expected to announce 3 or 4 DSLR camera models in 2014. They have already released the entry-level D3300 and the high-end D4s models. If there will be one or two more models to be announced in 2014, possible candidates are the Nikon D7200 and D800s.
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