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Nikon D610 and Nikon D810 Officially Discontinued

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In the DSLR cameras with the full frame sensor, the entry level Nikon D610 and the high-res Nikon D810 have been discontinued. The Nikon D610 and the Nikon D810 are two digital cameras that were revealed to the public, respectively, in October 2013 and June 2014.

So, this also means Nikon is clearing up the stock lines to make a space for the new versions. In addition, when we look at Nikon’s line-up, we can foresee that the next announcement can be made in early 2020. Check out the latest rumors about the upcoming Nikon D760 DSLR.

The Nikon D610 is currently in stock at Adorama and B&H Photo. The Nikon D810 camera is now out of stock in the US, but refurbished versions are still available for sale at Adorama and B&H.

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Nikon D610 and Nikon D810 Listed as Discontinued

So the Nikon D610 and D810 DSLR cameras are have been officially listed as discontinued on the official Nikon Japan website.

It will be interesting to see what Nikon will bring for their future full frame line of DSLR cameras. They may not be a product update for these models in 2020 and the company focus on Nikon D760Nikon Z8D860 etc. On the other hand we have several reliable rumors about a new high-res full frame mirrorless camera.

Stay tuned with us for more information and read more Nikon Rumors.

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