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Nikon is Considering Making a Higher-end Mirrorless Camera

Nikon FF Mirrorless Concept

Amateur Photographer had an interview with Nikon Europe product manager Jordi Brinkman at Photokina 2016 and Jordi Brinkman said the Nikon 1 system is still in development and Nikon is considering making a higher-end mirrorless camera.

No, it’s not ending. Those are rumours. You can expect the J series especially to continue. This is really our mainstream model.

‘However, we are considering taking the strengths of Nikon 1 – which is speed, portability, movie capabilities – to maybe refine the concept… to fit better to the market need.’

When you are talking about larger sensor mirrorless, this is definitely also a market we are officially monitoring in detail and we are really considering this segment.’

So, you are considering a larger sensor size? ‘I am not committing. But we are definitely considering how we could fit in this market and what would be the first, the best way to enter.

You can read the full interview at Amateur Photographer.

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