The first set of Nikon D7300 specs have been leaked on the web, revealing that the mid-range DSLR camera with an APS-c sensor will be able to record 4K videos.
Nikon is rumored to be working working on a new digital SLR camera. The shooter will reportedly be unveiled sometime in 2017 with a name of Nikon D7300.
Before its announcement, trusted sources has leaked a list of possible specifications, which could make their way into the DSLR camera. Among the Nikon D7300 specs, we may find a 20-megapixel sensor and 4K video output.
Nikon D7300 specs list shows up online, hints at 20-megapixel sensor
The Nikon D7300 specs list will also include a AF system with 51 points. The Nikon D7200 uses Multi-CAM 3500 II DX 51-Point AF Sensor. The D7300 will probably borrow the Multi-CAM 20K Autofocus sensor from the Nikon D500. However Nikon might offer a lower shutter speed for the upcoming device to keep the balance in the product range.
Native ISO sensitivity range expected between 100 and 51,200, which can be expanded to 102,400 using built-in settings. Here is the first set of rumored specifications for the Nikon D7300 DSLR camera:
- 20MP sensor (same sensor from the D500 DSLR)
- 4K video recording
- 51 points AF
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