According to recent rumors surfaced on the web, Nikon is working on the D850 successor and it will be named as Nikon D880. As mentioned before this high-res DSLR is expected to be announced towards the end of this year.
In addition to the D780 DSLR announced by Nikon at the CES 2020 event at the beginning of the year, the company will allegedly update its another FX-format DSLR. If all goes well, we might meet the Nikon D880 (name is not confirmed yet) in 2020.
In terms of Nikon D880 features, the camera will carry almost the same basic features that we saw on the Nikon Z7. While the sensor resolution has not yet been confirmed, multiple rumors indicate that Nikon D880 DSLR prototypes with specifications 47MP and 55MP FF BSI CMOS Sensor are available.
The Sony IMX455AQR sensor features 60MP, 8k video, and offers native 64 ISO. It’s being said that the Sony 60MP sensor PDAF is supposed to be better than the Multi-CAM 20000 currently used in some Nikon cameras. We have previously posted that the Nikon D860 could use the new 60MP sensor that comes with the Sony A7r IV.
Rumored Nikon D880 Specifications
- 47 MP / 55 FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor
- Expeed 6 image processor
- 4K 24, 30, 60fps N-Log , N-Log2 & 10-Bit HDMI Out
- In-Body Stabilization: No (in early prototypes)
- 3.2″ 2.36m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
- Bluetooth, WiFi Clean HDMI Out, Touchscreen
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