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More Rumors on Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

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More updates on the Nikon full frame mirrorless camera rumors available online. According to recent reports, at least one of the upcoming models will compete against the entry-level Sony A7 III full frame mirrorless camera.

The first prototypes of Nikon full frame mirrorless camera is already in testing and the development continues in a rapid pace, earlier reports say.

A new mirrorless zoom lens is also on the horizon. It is going to have power zoom feature for video recording. The camera design will be ergonomic. See below for more details.

More Details on Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

More Rumors on Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

Here are the details published on the Nikon Rumors site.

  • Nikon is rumored to target the Sony A7 III with their new mirrorless camera – it true, this will mean they will use a sensor in the 24MP range and a target price around $2,000 – that makes sense because Nikon already has an excellent high MP camera – the D850.
  • The new Nikon mirrorless camera will have features/functions never introduced beforehand (not sure if this applies to Nikon, to mirrorless cameras or to the industry as general). The camera was designed with ergonomics in mind.
  • At least one new mirrorless zoom lens will have power zoom (for video recording).
  • Nikon Japan should soon start sharing information with the parties involved in one month and we should start getting more detailed specifications soon.

2018 is the year for a possible Nikon full frame mirrorless camera development announcement. We will probably see the Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera on display at the Photokina 2018 event in September. Stay tuned with us for more information.

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