Nikon officially confirms that a new mirrorless camera on the way

Nikon officially confirms that they are actively working on a new professional mirrorless camera.

Several days ago in an interview with Nikon’s CEO Mr. Kazuo Ushida on upcoming products from Nikon. He said that they are working on a brand new mirrorless camera that will be unique and different from other companies in terms of performance. See the details here.

This could be either contain a full-frame or an APS-c sized sensor. It’s unknown at the moment. The Nikon’s 100th Anniversary will start on July 23 and there is a chance that the company might show up a new mirrorless camera.

Confirmed: Nikon Working on a Mirrorless camera

Confirmed: Nikon Working on a Mirrorless camera

A Nikon spokesperson said this to Dpreview:

While details are confidential, we can say that we are currently developing new mirrorless products that build upon Nikon’s strengths, and offer the performance prospective customers expect, including the ultimate optics performance, image-processing technologies, strength and durability, and operation.

 

In addition, Nikon D820, (D810 replacement) DSLR camera is rumored to be announced on July 25, 2017 with a brand new 46.5MP full frame image sensor. Stay tuned for more info.

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