It's Official! Nikon Will Come Out With New Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras

Posted 27/07/2018 at 1:56 PM

It may have taken them a while but it's already set in stone. Nikon is officially coming out with a full-frame, Nikon FX-format, mirrorless camera. Tongues may be wagging at the moment as all Nikon aficionados have been waiting for this for quite some time now.

Here's what we know so far about the new full-frame, Nikon FX-format, mirrorless camera:

A result of Nikon’s advanced optical and manufacturing capabilities
According to Nikon, "the mirrorless camera and NIKKOR lenses that are in development have enabled the pursuit of a new dimension in optical performance, with the adoption of a new mount. The mirrorless camera is the result of Nikon’s advanced optical and manufacturing capabilities gained through over a century of heritage, as well as superior image processing technology."

There may be two cameras up for release
Sony has been the king of mirrorless cameras as of recent years. Nikon and Canon have been late to the game but with this announcement, Nikon promises to match (or even be better) what's in the market today. They further added that, "the expertise built up through the development of Nikon’s digital-SLR cameras has also critically contributed to this development."

Furthermore, there will probably be two camera models up for release. According to Nikon Rumors, one is of a higher end model with 48-megapixels and a budget version at 25-megapixels.

The official announcement is on the 23rd of August
We got a few weeks left until the official announcement of the models, specs and pricing on the 23rd of August. It will be held in Tokyo, the home base of Nikon. It is expected to release the mirrorless cameras as early as fall. So mark your calendars now as we know for sure we'll be streaming or awaiting the official announcement as well. Here's an official teaser to the full-frame, Nikon FX-format, mirrorless camera that Nikon has published last July 24, 2018. If you want to see and know more, click this link.

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