Nikon D300s discontinued officially to make room for D9300
Almost five years have passed since Nikon has introduced the D300s, the flagship DX-format DSLR camera. All good things come to an end so the Nikon D300s has just been discontinued officially. The DSLR has been moved to the “archived” camera list, paving the way for a replacement, which is rumored to be called Nikon D9300.
Nikon D9300 DSLR rumored to be the Nikon D300s replacement
The Nikon D300s will soon celebrate its fifth birthday. Numerous voices are claiming that the time has come for the flagship DX-format DSLR camera to retire and leave room for a successor. Well, the rumor mill is claiming that a Nikon D9300 is in development and is being prepared to be announced as the Nikon D300s replacement.
Nikon D300, D300S, D700, and P7700 receive firmware updates
Nikon has taken the liberty of updating three of its DSLR cameras, as well as a Coolpix compact shooter. As a result, the D300, D300S, and D700 DSLRs have received support for the Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens, while the Coolpix P7700 users will now have one less bug to worry about and take better pictures at custom ISO.