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  1. [...] chiave. Anche Nikon però è al lavoro per rinnovare la top di gamma APS-C e stando agli ultimi rumors la fine dell’estate potrebbe essere il momento buono. A dare corpo alle indiscrezioni anche i [...]

  2. Anthony
    Jul 12 - 12:50 pm

    What’s the point? It would have the same Sony 24 MP sensor as the D3200, D5200 and D7100. Where is the sense in having four different DSLRs in the Nikon range, all using the same DX sensor? There is no need to fill the gap between the D7100 and D600 with yet another 24 MP APS-C model.

  3. John
    Jul 14 - 4:36 pm

    Another camera with (maybe) the same sensor perhaps, but D400 would be considered a semi-pro camera, or a pro back up, with features and build quality to match, the D7100 is at the enthusiast level.

  4. Brent
    Jul 28 - 1:20 am

    Those who say there is no need to fill the gap between the D7100 and the D600 havent used either camera in a situation requiring 8 fps or the quick rear button access to focus modes or metering, etc. The D400 will fill a huge gap.

  5. Stephen Conkie
    Jul 30 - 6:11 am

    The D400 is the only Nikon I am remotely interested in. And if we’re really lucky, they’ll learn from the lessons of the D800 and 600 and actually build it right

  6. Steve Solomon
    Aug 02 - 12:18 am

    All good points, especially about “building it right”! As a Senior QA Analyst by day, I cannot stress enough the importance of good QA/QC at the earliest phases of design and prototype testing, let alone production. Early detection and resolution of issues (major and minor) is the only way to ensure the type of consistent Quality that Nikon is recognized for!

  7. DForcier
    Aug 07 - 8:15 pm

    Hey gang : the DX zoom lens has been realeased : the 18-140mm. Is D400 next???? :D :D :D

  8. Les Chase
    Aug 19 - 1:44 pm

    It would be nice to put a higher ISO, the same as the D4, but a lighter body, for people to handle. Also, a 24 mp. camera is useful, but not important, due to more camera shake showing up. I am a D4 user, and at times my wife struggles with the camera body weight.

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