The new Nikon D400 DSLR camera will be announced in September and it will have a 24MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor, according to latest rumors from a reader at Fox2 forum.
The Nikon D400 will replace the Nikon D300S, and it will be a new flagship DX DSLR camera from Nikon.
And the new Nikon D400 will fight against the Canon 7D Mark II.
My friend is ‘in the know’ at Nikon, I have known him a long time and have absolutely no reason to disbelieve what he is saying, he is not the sort of person that braggs about this sort of thing (or anything else for that matter). He has also got his name down for one of the first ones when they start to ship.
The only ‘facts’ I have been told are:
- its on its way, will be called D400, is scheduled for announcement in sept and will have a 24MP sensor.
Everything else is speculation but as it is likely to be the flagship of the cropped sensor range logic tells me that it will be a higher spec (and no doubt price) than the D7200 so would expect it to draw in quite a few of the bells and whistles from the D4s/D810 etc. What would be very desirable (for me) is a fast burst rate, group area AF, high ISO capability, fast write speed and quite a few other things I will think about over the weekend! lol
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