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Nikon Z3, Z5, Z9, D5700, D7600 Rumored Specs

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Here are the latest updates for the Nikon camera rumors. As you know the company has a total of 5 new camera codes got registered, this means that we will see at least 5 new cameras  in DSLR and Mirrorless forms from 2019 to 2020.

The products we talk so much of are the Nikon D6Nikon D760, as well as Nikon D5700 and Nikon D7600. We also have Nikon Z-mount line models Nikon Z1Nikon Z8 with the new Nikon Z3 and Nikon Z5 mirrorless cameras.

First impressions for the Nikon Z3 and Nikon Z5. Just think about the Nikon Z3 as the rumored Nikon DX Mirrorless Cameras and Nikon Z5 as a direct competitor to APS-c flagship cameras like Fujifilm X-T3 and Sony A6500.

Below are some new rumors on upcoming Nikon cameras.

  • Nikon Z3: Rumored to be announced in 2020, an entry-level DX mirrorless camera with fix LCD screen, 24 or 26 MP sensor, one micro SD card slot only, probably no EVF, very compact.
  • Nikon Z5: Rumored to be announced in 2019, 30-32 MP APS-C sensor, similar body to the Z6, dual card slot (XQD and micro SD)
  • Nikon Z9: Development announcement could be as early as in this summer. This is the previously rumored high-end Z-mount full frame mirrorless camera (Z8) with dual card slots
  • Nikon D5700 & D7600: Rumored to be announced in the second half of 2019.
  • Nikon D760 : The successor of Nikon D750 DSLR camera, to be announced in 2019
  • Nikon D6: The successor of Nikon D5 DSLR camera, to be announced in 2020. Rumored Specs: 24MP, 4K@60p, Built-in Sensor Stabilization, it will not be a hybrid camera. Check out the development announcement.
  • At least two DX Z lenses at launch, probably a standard zoom lens and a tele-zoom or a standard zoom + a prime, more DX lenses to come in 2020
  • The next Z firmware update will come either early summer or autumn, that will bring CFexpress support and RAW recording

Nikon Upcoming Cameras in 2019

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