Nikon D3500, DF2 and full frame mirrorless cameras coming in Photkina, 2016 

Nikon-RumorsWe have the updated list of some of the products of Nikon which are expected to release in coming months.

Nikon D3500:-

In DSLR series the replacement for Nikon D3300 is due for two years as it was announced on January, 2014 and also we have showed our expectation towards its upcoming successor Nikon D3500 which will sport 24.1MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor coupled with EXPEED 4 Image Processor and supports the camera to produce high resolutions images with better quality even in low light conditions with fast processing. It is expected that it will come with expandable ISO 25600 which will allow the professionals shooters to use the camera in varying light conditions and lots more….

Nikon DF2:-

As we know Nikon DF was announced on Dec6, 2013, and there is lots of expectation that it will be replaced by its successor Nikon DF2 which will feature 20MP Full-Frame FX CMOS Sensor.

Have a look on rumored specifications:-

  • 20MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor / possibly same as of Nikon DF2
  • EXPEED 5 Image Processor
  • No Video Multi-CAM 20K 153-Point AF System
  • ISO 3280000 / Or may be ISO 6560000
  • 14-Bit Raw Files and 12-Bit Raw S Format
  • 6fps continuous shooting
  • Mechanical Exposure Control Dials
  • Compatible with AI and Non-AI Lenses
  • Rugged Magnesium Alloy Body

Nikon 1

Since there is no rumored information related to the Nikon mirrorless system Nikon 1, but company filed lots of lens patents for 1” sensor for its cameras in the past months, so we totally can’t ignore its announce but we do expect it will be announced in coming days.

Large sensor Nikon mirrorless camera

There is still expectation of the announcement of the latest Nikon mirrorless camera with a “larger sensor” at Photokina 2016.


It is expected that the latest versions of the 70-300mm lens will be announced in coming days.

Hence these are the products which are due for its announcement in coming days.


Proceed with us for more information.

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