Nikon will reportedly announce the D750 DSLR camera within 10 days, most likely on September 11 or 12, in order to make sure that photographers will be aware of the device before the start of Photokina 2014.
A few weeks ago the rumor mill revealed that Nikon is actively developing a new DSLR with a full frame image sensor. The device in question has been said to be on track for an early fall launch, which has made people believe that it will be ready for Photokina 2014.
In more recent times, the DSLR’s name has been leaked, hinting that it will become a real successor to the D700. It will be called Nikon D750 and it will definitely be present at the world’s largest digital imaging event.
Highly-trusted sources are now claiming that the Nikon D750 announcement date has been scheduled to take place within 10 days. In fact, the more exact timeframe is September 11 or 12.
Nikon D750 announcement date might occur on September 11 or 12
The D750 will reportedly be marketed as an “action camera”. According to a leaked specs list, the DSLR will feature a 51-point autofocus system and a continuous shooting mode of up to 8fps.
The excitement is already building up in the Nikon community, where lots of the company’s fans have declared their interest in purchasing this 24-megapixel full frame camera.
One of the best news that the fans could receive consists of the fact that Nikon will reveal the shooter on September 11 or just one day later. The more likely date is September 11, which falls on a Thursday, as the company is not exactly fond of Friday launches.
Nikon D750 DSLR camera’s specs round-up
In the meantime, we should take a closer look at the preliminary specs list of the Nikon D750. Trusted sources are reporting that a 24-megapixel sensor will capture photos, while an EXPEED 4 image processor will power the shooter.
Furthermore, a tilting screen will sit on the camera’s back to help people during video recording or users who do not fancy an optical viewfinder.
The Japan-based company will allegedly add WiFi to the D750, allowing photographers to remotely control the DSLR with a smartphone or to transfer photos to a mobile device.
Nikon will sell this FX-format DSLR for a price revolving around the $2,500, placing the price of the D750 between those of the D610 and D810. As usual, do not hold your breath over these details and stay tuned for the official launch!