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More Insights About Nikon D880 Camera Features

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More insights and information about Nikon D880 features continue to come. As you know, we combined the first and up-to-date Nikon D880 specifications with our expectations on DCN.

In early 2021, new additions began to leak for anticipated specifications on Nikon’s high-resolution DSLR series. Obviously it’s not too different from the first Nikon D880 specs we’ve shared previously, but it’s consistent. Accordingly, features such as a new 55MP or 60MP sensor, 4K60p video, high resolution EVF, CFexpress slot are expected for the Nikon D880 full-frame DSLR camera. Successor of the Nikon D850 (AmazonB&HAdorama) is said to feature native ISO Sensitivity at 51,200.

These features seem competitive in the projected $3,499 range for the D880 retail price. However, continuous shooting has faster rivals, so you might want a little more speed. Anyway, let’s not go any further and share the latest up-to-date data on Nikon D880 features.

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 55MP or 60MP FF BSI CMOS Sensor are available. It is still a possibility that Nikon could use the new 60MP sensor that comes with the Sony A7r IV. Check out the rumored Nikon D880 specifications. 

More Insights About Nikon D880 Camera Features

Rumored Nikon D880 Specifications

  • 55MP or 60MP full-frame back-illuminated image sensor  (probably 60MP on the Sony A7r IV)
  • Expeed 6 image processor
  • 4K 24, 30, 60fps N-Log , N-Log2 & 10-Bit HDMI Out
  • In-Body Stabilization: No (in early prototypes)
  • 10fps continuous shooting speed
  • 3.2″ 2.36m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • Bluetooth, WiFi, Clean HDMI Out, Touchscreen
  • Announcement in late 2021 to early 2022

The almost 4 years old Nikon D850 DSLR camera is currently sold out at all three major US retailers: AmazonB&HAdorama.

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