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Nikon DSLRs Coming in 2013

Nikon D8000New rumors wave are coming about Nikon Upcoming DSLRs, Take a look at possible scenarios

Nikon D8000 – Expected to arrive at Q1 of 2013
Nikon may merge its D7000 and D300s together and only one high end DX format camera may arrive at 2013. The Nikon D8000 may have same 24 Mp APS-C Sensor with a super fast continuous speed of 8 to 10 fps and Rugged body to survive in all condition.

Nikon D600 is already announced as entry level full frame camera and D3200 and D5200 is enough to cover the entry line-up.

Nikon D4x – Expected to arrive at Q3 of 2013

Nikon D4x may arrive with a 36Mp+ (probably 52 Mp) Sensor and continuous speed of 4 fps, direct competitor of Upcoming Canon Megapixel monster (3DX).

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2 comments to Nikon DSLRs Coming in 2013

  • ok

    Imperative that the physical noise from the shutter be considered in manufacture of future camera bodies. Listen to the sound Canon vs Sony vs Nikon.

  • ok

    Nikon finally upgrade D8000 to 8-10 frames per second, great news, however, also work on the physical noise level of the shutter. Quiet or silent mode only allows one shutter release, this is insufficient.

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