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Nikon DL - A New Series Nikon High End Compacts Coming


Finally after a long wait Nikon will finally reveal three new high end compacts camera next week at CP+ show.

Soon Nikon to announce the high-end compact camera for the next three models.

Nikon DL24-85 
– Sensor: 1 inch BSI CMOS sensor 
– lens: 24-85Mm F1.8-2.8 
– size: 105.4 x 61.5 x 50.0 mm 
– Weight: 350g

Nikon DL18-50 
– Sensor: 1 inch BSI CMOS sensor 
– lens: 18-50Mm F1.8-2.8 
– size: 105.5 x 62.5 x 56.6 mm 
– Weight: 350g

Nikon DL24-500 
– Sensor: 1 inch BSI CMOS sensor 
– lens: 24-500Mm F2.8-5.6 
– size: 122.5 x 89.9 x 139.4 mm 
– Weight: 830g

As you can see Nikon will use 1″ sensor in all its upcoming pro compact camera with different lenses. Nikon is finally in the mood to compete with Canon newly announced Canon G5X. G3X and G9X compacts camera.

Nikon already have a class leading range of 1″ sensor based mirrorless camera with ultra advance core specification, So we also expect that the upcoming compacts camera will have excellent core specification.

Also take a look at the additional list of 4 new compact camera coming on CP+ show 2016. Unfortunately still there is not update about the successor of Nikon coolpix A camera.

Stay with us and we will update you soon as we get any new information.

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