The new Nikon full frame mirrorless cameras are only a week away of their official announcement. Here are some update info about Nikon full frame mirrorless cameras. The 45MP full frame mirrorless camera is rumored to be announced first, with kit price for €4,000, the 24MP full frame mirrorless camera is rumored to be announced around Photokina 2018, with kit price for €2,500. You can see the detail below:
According to recently rumors on NR, the upcoming Nikon full frame mirrorless camera will be shipping about one month after Photokina 2018 (in October). While the official announcement will be before Photokina, this is same as rumored before.
Nikkei recently posted an article about upcoming full frame mirrorless cameras from Canon and Nikon. They said that both Nikon and Canon will release their full frame mirrorless cameras in 2019 next year, and announcement will be around Photokina in September. (Development announcement)
The Nikon D850 (B&H/Amazon/Adorama/eBay) full frame DSLR camera has already announced, it will be released on September 7th, 2017. So, what’s next from Nikon? The main rumors on upcoming Nikon products are new Nikon mirrorless cameras. According to previous rumors, new Nikon mirrorless cameras will be announced in late 2017 to early 2018, and likely two new different mirrorless cameras will be announced.
According to Nikon, First batch of Nikon D850 DSLR camera (B&H/Amazon/Adorama) will be shipping on September 8th, 2017. Today, Nikon Japan has posted a press release that currently D850 pre-orders will be shipping later than September 8th because of the large amount of pre-orders.
Finally, Nikon has officially announced the new Nikon D850 DSLR camera (Amazon/B&H/Adorama) today. The US price for D850 body is $3,296.95, will be shipping in September, 2017. Nikon D850 a full-frame 45.7MP BSI CMOS sensor with no low pass filter capable of full resolution 7 fps bursts with AF/AE (boosted to 9 fps when paired with the optional MB-D18 battery grip and EN-EL18a/b battery). The D850 also offers the D5’s excellent 153-point AF system, as well as a native ISO range of 64-25,600 (expandable to 32 or up to 102,400).