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Nikon’s N1546 and N1622 announcement is still a suspense!

2017 is mulling an exit. Canon, Nikon, Sony and other leaders of imaging world have already covered their major announcements for the year. We also have got to see some major upheavals in the camera Market in 2017. Some expected cameras couldn’t get announced and some announced unexpectedly, like Sony A7R III!

Nikon had a massive year of 2017. It announced excellent Nikon D850, Nikon D7500 and few more. We are highly excited to see how would Nikon welcome 2018 since Nikon has long list for the new year announcement (Nikon Upcoming Cameras 2018) .

Nikon D760, is an overdue camera and highly expected to be announced in 2018. But along with that there have two cameras name been registered with the code name N1546 and N1622, which are speculated to be compact cameras from Nikon.

And this is what we want to say!

From the very beginning every Nikon camera made in China is Compact camera. Well, But the two new cameras with these code name: N1546 and N1622 will also be made in China (As the rumor mill stated) and we finely know Nikon has already closed the Compact camera factory in China. Then will it be fair enough to expect these two new cameras in 2018? We just say ‘no’! But when a camera been registered once then Nikon must not want to turn down and they should go to develop these two cameras then again “where?” .

Logically, Nikon isn’t working in these two cameras they might have serious in developing Nikon D760 and the Mega zoom camera of rumored 125X. Megazoom camera is also a compact camera and once the code name N1622 was partially connected to Nikon P900′ successor (Dispute!).

All we want to say is that if these registered code name camera are rumored to be announced in China then we must not expect their announcement in 2018 too.


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