After the announcement of Canon 5DS/R and Sony A7R II Nikon wants to create a prefect competitor for both the camera, the Successor of Nikon D810 camera is expected to have massive bump in resolution and video recording capabilities.
According to a Anonymous source [Thanks] Nikon may pick a newly developed 50+ MP Fullframe resolution sensor for the successor of Nikon D810 DSLR camera, the upcoming Nikon D850 / D900 (name not confirmed yet) will also capture 4K videos,
Take a look at the rumored specification of the camera
- 52MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor
- Base ISO start from ISO 32
- EXPEED 4 Image Processor
- No Optical Low Pass Filter
- Internal UHD 4K Video
- New Multi-CAM AF Sensor
Take this with a grain of salt since the information is coming from a new source. We will update you soon as we get any new information.
Update: Photokina 2016 is already crossed and .Nikon is keeping silence on the successor of Nikon D850 camera. Actually Nikon is looking forward to Canon, since according to rumors Canon is also updating Canon 5DS R camera and its successor is expected to arrive in June or August of 2017. At the same timeframe we also expect we will see announcement of Nikon D850 camera.
Stay tunes we will post more update soon.
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Nikon D810 is just announced by Nikon, take a look at the Major core difference below.
Nikon never said that they have used a new image sensor inside Nikon D810 DSLR, the only one new thing (noticeable) is the new Expeed 4 image processor inside Nikon D810 DSLR.
Due to the help of New Expeed 4 Image Processor and Improved Software Program (Image decoding, AF.. etc) you get
- Nikon D810 pushes it low ISO limit to 32 and high to 51200.
- 12 bit un-compressed file support
- More picture control options
- Highlight Weighted Metering now available in Nikon D810.
- Spot White Balance when using Live View
- Redesigned Sequencer/ Balancer Mechanism added for Image Stability.
- Electronic Front-curtain Shutter, Yes Image sensor acts as the front curtain reducing internal vibrations Activated with Custom Settings or when using Live View
- Group Area AF now possible with Nikon D810 (Yes Five AF sensors used as a Group Optimized for subjects located within an area covered by the “Group)
- Full HD Recording at 60fps now possible
Other improvements include bit high-resolution LCD display unit, optional wireless control and better battery life.
Verdict: For new users we recommend you to buy Nikon D810 camera and for Nikon D800E users we recommend you to wait for Nikon D900.
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Just like the D4s was minor update over Nikon D4, in the same way we will soon see Nikon D800 successor D800s (name is still not confirmed) with minor update in the core specification.
According to the recent rumors surfaced over the web the Nikon D800S will have same 36 megapixel Fullframe sensor as Nikon D800/E DSLR, no optical low-pass present… take a look at the major specification below
Nikon D800S Major Feature
- 36MP sensor (Same as Nikon D800/E)
- No optical low pass filter
- Expeed 4 imaging processor
- 3.2″ 921k-Dot LCD Monitor
- High Sensitivity Mode: 50-51200 (1 stop more compared to its predecessor due to new image processor)
- 4 centre autofocus points
- Built-in GPS
- No Built-in Wi-Fi
- 5 fps (6fps with the MB-D12)
As some websites are saying the the Nikon D800S will carry Expeed 4A image processor, but it’s not true since according to Nikon Expeed XA image processors are made for Nikon 1 series mirrorless camera... the rumored price of the camera is said to be higher than the current Nikon D800E price ($3,296.95) ., official announcement is expected on last week of June 2014.
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dpreview forum member FTH is talking about the rumors published in the French Magazine “chasseur d’images”, however we have no links or images related to the rumor, but “chasseur d’images” is serious and well-known magazine and if the news is correct we may see two new Full Frame DSLR from Nikon very soon.
Specification of Nikon D900 and D800 According to French Magazine “chasseur d’images”
no AA filter
60fps in 1080P, 120 fps in 720P.
price around 4000$ or more.
30fps in 1080P, 60fps 720P (this, I hope not, why not full HD ?)
price around 2500-2800$
Two New Nikon FX bodies will be announced by the end of August, According to a Nikon Rumor Reader, a recent Nikon-authorized dealer event revealed some details about the Nikon D700 and D3s replacements.
Now, as you can imagine, everybody asked for the D700 and D3 replacement schedule. Here is what the Nikon rep said: “Two new FX bodies will be announced by the end of August. Availability in Fall.” Even though the rep wasn’t explicit about which current cameras are going to be replaced, it was quite clear they were talking about “old body designs” (guess D700 and D3). Nevertheless, the two FX cameras will be aimed at different customers who have different needs: one camera for “expert” photographers, the other for “pro” photographers. Technical spec and form factors will be significantly different as well.
So the finally the two new FX format bodies coming on end of Aug 2011 will have significantly different specs, with one aimed at pro photographers and the other for experts.
In the event Nikon rep also explained that after Japanese earthquake on March 11, New production plant in Malaysia was opened up with most machines and employees moved there. The facility is now producing camera and lenses.
Read more: Canon and Nikon Major announcement in August 2011? || Nikon D4 and D900 Rumor Update
The Japanese magazine CAPA published drawings of Nikon D4 and D900, These Images are expected design of future camera made by Japanese Magazine CAPA writers and Photographers,
– Full-sized 18 MPx CMOS sensor (8 MPx when cropped to APS-C)
– ISO 51200 MAX
– 20 fps
– 11 fps when using live-view
– 30 fps when cropped
– tiltable LCD monitor
– Wi-fi built-in
– 51 all cross-type AF
Nikon D900 Specification
- full frame 18mp CMOS sensor
- usable ISO 51200
- 8fps, 10fps with grip
- 4″ LCD screen
- dual SDHC slot
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The upcoming Nikon D4 will probably pop-up in April 2011 with 20 MP sensor (FX ‘FF’ and HD vid).
As posted in North Light Images
the D4 is slated for an early Q2 announcement (April?). D4 at ‘around’ 20MP (FX ‘FF’ and HD vid).The same technology will appear in the (DX) ~18MP D400.
The D700 replacement (D900), with similar video to the D4 will come along later (this year or next)
The D4 should actually be released by the end of the Summer.