The previous report said the Nikon D810 DSLR camera will no longer be in production in 2017 and it is highly likely that Nikon will release the D850 (D810 successor, name is not confirmed yet) in 2017.
Today according to the report from NikonRumors, there is a possibility that Nikon will unveil a “D820″ DSLR camera with a 46MP sensor sometime in 2017 to replace the current D810. This information is NOT confirmed by trusted sources, so it’s best to take reports with a pinch of salt.
The 2017 CP+ show will start on February 23, 2017, let’s wait and see what will happen then.
The previous rumored specs of Nikon D850:
- 54MP Full Frame Sensor
- Image sensor is custom made Sony sensor
- 96 Auto Focus Points
- Low ISO Starts from 32
- 4K Video Recording
- New AF-S 16-35mm f/4 or f/2.8 Lens coming after D850
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