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Nikon D820 (D810 Replacement) Rumored to be Announced This Summer

Nikon recently released the new instant savings: Up to $1,100 off + Free Battery Grip on Nikon D810, D750 and D500. And as we all know, the Nikon camera business is undergoing a major restructuring. So, what can we expect from Nikon in 2017?

1. Nikon D820: the replacement of Nikon D810, is expected to be announced this Summer.

Nikon D820 Rumored Specs:

  • 54MP Full Frame Sensor
  • 96 Auto Focus Points
  • Low ISO Starts from 32
  • 4K Video Recording
  • Fixed touch screen
  • CF/SD
  • Wi-Fi/Snapbridge

2. Nikon D760: the replacement of Nikon D750, is expected to have a new 24.3MP full frame sensor and the shutter speed is 1/8000 sec. Announcement is rumored for late 2017 or early 2018.

3. Five new Nikkor lenses: In addition to the already announced Nikon D7500, Nikon is rumored to announce five new Nikkor lenses in 2017.

4. New “baby Nikon D5″ DSLR camera: could be the replacement Nikon Df.

5. The replacement of Nikon Coolpix AW130 and P900 cameras.

The latest hot Nikon deals:

Nikon D750:

$500 off + Free Nikon MB-D16 Battery on Nikon D750 body: $1,496.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

$1,100 off + Free Nikon MB-D16 Battery on Nikon D750 w/ 24-120mm lens: $1,996.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Nikon D810:

$500 off + Free Nikon MB-D12 Battery on Nikon D810 body: $2,496.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

$1,100 off + Free Nikon MB-D12 Battery on Nikon D810 w/ 24-120mm Lens: $2,996.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Via: NikonRumors

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  1. Nikon D3300 Replacement Rumored to be Announced in 2016
  2. Nikon D810 is the Name of D800/D800E Replacement
  3. Nikon D760 (“Baby Nikon D5″) Rumored to be Announced in 2017
  4. Rumor: Nikon D820 DSLR Camera Coming with a 46MP Sensor
  5. Deals: Up to $1,100 off + Free Battery Grip on Nikon D810, D750 and D500
  • Joe Marshall

    I rather suspect it will be named a D900 – it is not a refinement to another D800 series. They’ve had a D600 then D610. D700 then D750 – D800 then D810 – so now it’s time for D900.

    • Practical Builds

      Depends on how exclusive or revolutionary the new component offers are to be. There is talk that it will be the new RGBW sensor that every brand is out to patent. If it’s just an unlocked Sony 42mpx sensor found in the A7Rii then it is more likely that to will be called the d820. D900 is a bit of a problem (too similar to D90) as a designation and just like Windows 9 was skipped over for windows 10 because people were to mistake it for windows 95 or 98. Either way there is a decent chance that it will either be D820 or D850. 46 to 48mpx high pixel density sensor for the d820 is most likely to give crop mode a result similar to the D500. If Nikon is the least bit intelligent they will go for a good general use camera instead of a niche one which has been a problematic trend lately The most probable model will be a full frame version of the D500. Let’s just hope that it will use XQD memory cards because there is no point like the Sony A9 to take so long to write a few 24mpx files to SD cards in order to clear the buffer. Camera like the Fujifilm XT2 and the Olympus e-m1 mark ii are very quick to write to SD cards in normal Jpeg mode but not so much for higher res images. Some people want IBIS on the new Nikon and while i am not against it especially in bad weather even on a tripod some people prefer OS and it depends mostly on lens costs in the end. Pentax and Olympus has had IBIS or SR for a long time now and you can turn it on or off so it shouldn’t be a problem for any one to flick a switch.


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