Just after three months from now, Nikon will celebrate their 100th anniversary (July, 2017) where many majors announcements are very fair to be expected. A lot of different lenses, Binoculars and some other stuffs are coming for sure, but the one that let’s everyone very much desperate is the most anticipated “Nikon D850”. As we are expecting it to be the successor of Nikon D810 and we are apparently right though! Moving further, the second camera is much bigger than all the other announcements in its range and the camera is none other than the long awaited, Nikon D760. Yes! The successor of current Nikon D750. Though both the two cameras Nikon D810 as well as Nikon D750 are now almost or more than three years old, but their astounding performances are the reason of their never ending demands until now. However, you should know Nikon already stopped the production of Nikon D810.
So far we know is that this upcoming Nikon D850 is going to be a high resolution camera, but unfortunately we don’t know the number of effective pixels this anticipated Nikon camera is going to employ. But according to the speculations have been set up so far, it may borrow Sony A7R II’s 42.4-megapixel sensor. It was also expected once that the successor of Nikon D810 could feature the massive 54 MP sensor, but no such signs we see to approve it as reliable info. In addition, the Nikon D850 will be able to record 4K video and an advanced autofocus system will be integrated.
Until now, what we come to know is that Nikon D760 will be announced prior to Nikon D850, but exactly when is still unclear. So when Nikon already made up their minds to introduce the two most big cameras then it’s absolutely fair to expect any one camera very soon and mostly in this running month.