Here is our expectation of the entry-level full-frame, Nikon D650 camera. The FX-format DSLR is one of the most popular budget-friendly camera with full-frame sensor in the company’s lineup.
Undoubtedly, the beginners who need a DSLR camera with great image quality in compact sizes, the full-frame model becomes ideal for their needs.
Nikon has been rumored to introduce a new entry-level camera in late 2018. The device in question were a new FX-format shooter that would be the replacement of D610. There is no signal of a successor model as of 2019. In this post you’ll find what we expect from Nikon D650 camera.
Our expectations about the Nikon D650 camera
The rumor mill didn’t provide when will be the entry-level DSLR camera become official. As a result Nikon D650 camera price and release date information remains unknown.
Canon already released the 6D Mark II. Since there are now the Nikon D750 and D850 out, it makes sense that they might follow Canon’s lead and upgrade their affordable full-frame camera next. This will be the successor to the Nikon D610 that was announced back in 2013. First let’s remember the D610 specs and details.
The D610 comes packed with a 24.3MP CMOS Sensor and EXPEED 3 Image Processor. The DSLR camera features a Multi-CAM 4800FX module with 39 points (9 cross type). It has 3.2″ diagonal TFT-LCD and the camera offers full HD 1080p Video Recording at 30 fps.
Expectations for Nikon D650 camera
The company is on the verge to announce a new digital SLR camera called the Nikon D650. Here are our thoughts and expectations for the Nikon D650 camera.
- New 24.3-Megapixel Full Frame CMOS Sensor
- Better image processing engine (EXPEED 5)
- ISO up to 51,200
- 51 AF points, 15 cross-type
- 4K video recording
- Improved dynamic range
- Same body design ergonomics
- Price below $2,000
We hope the Nikon D650 camera will arrive in late 2019 before the 2020 CES or CP+ Show. Everything you need to know about the Nikon D650 will be on DCN including impressions and analysis, photos, video, release date, prices and specs. Please feel free to relay your comments, or suggestions.
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