A rumor is still alive since 2013 about the development of high-end Nikon compact cameras with fixed lenses. Now it is expected that Nikon has finally decided to convert the two years old rumor in to reality and hence in this regard the upcoming camera will come with different focal lengths and apertures.
Since, we have already published our expectation from Nikon Coolpix II.
Following are the details:-
- New line of premium compact cameras with a new name (not Coolpix for sure)
- 1″ sensor, but some models may have APS-C and even full frame (maybe in the future?)
- Nikkor branded non-interchangeable lenses. The first three versions will be (35mm equivalent focal lengths):
- Wide angle version: 18-50mm f/1.8-2.8
- Normal range: 24-85mm f/1.8-2.8 (see lens patent here)
- Superzoom: 24-500mm f/2.8-5.6
- Compatible with Nikon Speedlights (cameras will have hot shoe)
- Optional/external EVF
- Wide range of accessories will be available
- The new product line will be marketed as “always in your bag” and will be targeting advanced/semi-professional photographers
Since there is lots of chances that users will see the announcement of a couple of models at the CP+ show in Japan which will be held from 25th -28th February, 2016.
Proceed with us for more information.
Via: – NR