Nikon is expected to update the current full frame DSLRs in 2017 – the Nikon D610 was announced in October 2013, D750 was announced in September 2014, D810 was announced in June 2014. Although it is hard for Nikon to update all these three models in 2017, it is highly likely that Nikon will unveil the D610 and D750 successors.
According to the report from NikonRumors, a new “baby Nikon D5″ DSLR camera will be announced in 2017, and this camera could be called Nikon D760. The Nikon D760 camera will have the same sensor as the D5, less rigid and smaller, just like a real D700 replacement.
The previous rumor said the Nikon D620 DSLR will be announced in the first half of 2017 and it will be equipped with 4K video recording capability. And the D810 replacement will NOT come in the next few months.
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