Nikon D400 to be announced alongside D5 in early 2016
It has been a while since we last heard about the Nikon D400. Well, this DSLR is back in the rumor mill and it seems like it is coming soon. Trusted sources are reporting that the D300s replacement might finally become official in early 2016, possibly at CES 2016, along with the upcoming FX-format flagship DSLR, called D5.
New Nikon DSLR camera announcement date set for January 17
A new Nikon DSLR camera is coming soon. According to the rumor mill, it will be announced in early January 2014. On the other hand, the company’s Middle East & Africa division is claiming that such a device will actually be unveiled on January 17 and will be offered as a grand prize in an interesting photo competition.
Nikon D5300 launch date set for Consumer Electronics Show 2014
Earlier this year, Nikon has confirmed that it will focus on low-end and mid-tier DSLRs. Driven by poor sales and the ever fiercer competition, the company must deliver newer entry-level cameras with more powerful features. One of these devices is the Nikon D5300, which is rumored to replace the D5200 at CES 2014 this January.
Nikon D400 launch event taking place in August or September
After falling short of becoming the main subject of the rumor mill, the Canon 7D Mark II competitor is back into the spotlight. According to trusted sources, the Nikon D400 launch event will take place sometime in August or September, when the camera is coming to threaten the alleged EOS 7D Mark II.
Nikon D400, the future flagship DX camera, rumored to be true?
Nikon fans have been surprised to hear that the D7100 has become the “flagship DX camera”. This title has been retained by D300s for a long time and, although people have been expecting a replacement, suddenly it seemed like it will not get a successor. Well, rumors are now suggesting that the D400 is real and coming soon.