Before we begin our talking, the first exciting thing is that the highly anticipated Nikon D7300 is on the way and will be announced very soon. The photographers who have been in waiting for long frame of time must be happy to hear this good news, but at the same time we must say Nikon also disappointed most of the photographers by borrowing most of the specs from its older sister, Nikon D7200. Honestly speaking, the upcoming D7300 doesn’t meet the wish list of maximum photographers in most cases as well as us, such as we were expecting it to come with D500’s AF system but it will employ only 51 AF points that might be a slight setback for Nikon. Not only that, Nikon D7300 also suffers from resolution rollback. A few will be happy to see 20 MP sensor from Nikon D500 at the heart of the camera but we were expecting atleast 24MP because the next update we might see after two years, which is a big duration and if there is a resolution war among the professional shooters then Nikon may feel inferior in this hot case.
And finally, the best thing is that Nikon D7300 is going to be a 4K camera, which is something that all the photographers get their camera with.
A series of rumored specifications of the upcoming Nikon D7300 hit the web as follows:-
- 20MP sensor (same sensor from the D500)
- 4K video
- 51 points AF
We have already published our Expectations from upcoming Nikon D7300 in September last year