The upcoming Nikon DSLR camera with a full frame sensor will be called D750, according to a trusted source, who is also claiming that the device is coming at Photokina 2014.
After introducing the D4s and D810 earlier this year, Nikon is allegedly planning to announce another DSLR with a full frame image sensor. This information has been leaked recently along with some specifications and price details.
The camera is supposed to be placed somewhere between the D610 and D810. Now, NikonRumors is back with more info, having received word from a reliable source, who claims that the device will be called Nikon D750.
Nikon D750 coming at Photokina and could be a true D700 replacement
Nikon’s rumored DSLR has been described as a potential true heir to the D700. The company’s fanbase has not been so happy with the D800 series, claiming that the D800/D800E combination is not a proper replacement for the D700 and they have been asking for such a device since 2012.
It appears that they will finally get what they want as the upcoming FX-format camera will be called Nikon D750. Another important thing is that the DSLR is coming really soon, as users will get to meet it at Photokina 2014 or a few days prior to the event.
Rumored specs list of the Nikon D750 DSLR camera
Unfortunately, the source has been unable to reveal more of the camera’s specs, so we should take a look at what we know so far.
Nikon D750 will feature a 24.3-megapixel full frame image sensor and will be powered by an EXPEED 4 image processor. The DSLR will sport a tilting display on the back, which does not seem to be a touchscreen.
Moreover, it seems like the shooter will come packed with built-in WiFi. The body will be very lightweight and, judging by its market placement, it will weigh around 700 grams.
An action camera placed between the D610 and D810
It is unknown whether or not the camera’s 24.3-megapixel sensor will employ an anti-aliasing filter. However, most of the company’s recent DSLRs have skipped past an AA filter, so it would not be so surprising if the D750 does not have one either.
Additionally, the autofocus system remains unknown to us. This is supposed to be an “action camera”, therefore we are expecting it to pack something better than the 39-point AF system found in the D610 and the Df.
The D750’s price will stand somewhere around $2,500, right between the D610, which costs around $1,900