It was 2013 when photographers got a submissive solution for DSLR Full-Frame camera at an almost attainable price and the camera was none other than Nikon D610. Yes, Nikon D610 is the camera that has been in the stock for last three years and users are desperately waiting for the update, which means they are waiting for Nikon D620, isn’t it? Rumors say Nikon would probably announce this highly-anticipated camera by the end of this year. But truths to be told—actually Nikon is waiting for Canon 6D Mark II announcement and according to the rumors so far, Canon may announce 6D Mark II at CP+ in February, so will Nikon be ready to announce by the end of this year? Almost no, since there is not any big photography event from now to until December to showcase Nikon’s massive D620. However, none of the camera companies introduced affordable full-frame solution to the consumers this Photokina. So, where will Nikon introduce Nikon D620? Then CES of January 2017 is probably a straight answer to this question.
Three years is a long time and probably most of the specifications in Nikon D610 have been outdated. But, according to our advice Nikon should desperately announce its entry-level Full-Frame DSLR camera as soon as possible without waiting for Camera events Like CES and CP+.