Nikon D5300 DSLR camera officially announced with WiFi and GPS
After a recent set of rumors and speculation, the Nikon D5300 has been introduced officially as the D5200 replacement. The new camera brings a lot of exciting features to the table, including some which cannot be found in any other Nikon DSLR. The shooter is expected to become available on the market by the end of this fall.
First Nikon D5300 photo, more specs, and 58mm f/1.4 lens rumors
The first and single Nikon D5300 photo has just showed up online, hours before the camera’s official announcement. Inside sources have also revealed more specs of the DSLR, including the presence of a 24.1-megapixel sensor. Additionally, Nikon should introduce the AF-S Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G lens during the same event.
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 D5300 to come packed with WiFi and GPS, unlike the D610
Nikon will soon replace the D5200 and D600 cameras. The DSLRs are around one-year-old, but the company seems constrained to discontinue the devices and focus on the next-generation shooters. The Nikon D5300 will substitute the D5200 and it will bring both GPS and WiFi to the table, while the D610 is said to replace the D600.
Nikon D600 & D5100 wiped from MAP list, D5300 & D610 in sight
Nikon D600 and D5100 have been removed officially from the Minimum Advertised Price list. This decision will allow retailers to set their own prices for the two cameras. Additionally, this is another evidence that the D610 and D5300 DSLRs are in the works and that their release dates might be closer than first thought.
Nikon D610 and D5300 DSLRs rumored to be coming soon
Nikon rumors are rare sightings these days. Not too much is being heard about the company’s future plans, but it is the right time to put everything behind. The gossip season is kickstarted by the so-called Nikon D610, which should replace the D600, as well as by the D5300, that will substitute the mid-range D5200 APS-C DSLR.