Nikon is likely to stop the production of Nikon D810

Nikon-D810Nikon D810 was announced in June, 2014 and after that the company released its firmware update on June, 2016 to fix the issue of camera to stop responding when attached to a WR-R10 wireless remote controller. Now a rumor hit the web that the Nikon is likely to shut down its production unit and there is expectation that no more unit of the camera Nikon D810 will be manufactured from this year.

The company has dropped the cost of its more costly model Nikon D810 body by reducing $200 off. Also there is lots of chance that it will again drop the cost in February/March to clear its stocks.

The end of production of any camera indicates the arrival of its successor. We do expect that Nikon will announce a high resolution DSLR to replace D810 model this summer. If you look at the past, rumors suggests that Nikon is working on several models including 70-80 MP cameras with Sony sensor and just after that we get another info that a prototype with 54MP sensor is also under testing, so it is really interesting to see which sensor Nikon will finally pick up for upcoming Nikon D850.

You can also go through our expectation from Nikon D850.


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