A little more detail is shaking out on the Nikon retro full frame camera that was first rumored a couple days ago. The most interesting thing is that it will look more like the Nikon F3 than the FM2 and it will only be a still image camera – no video features. So, for all of you who have been clamoring for a stills-only camera, here you go.
I will remain surprised if the rumors of the release date hold true; however, the camera should launch the first week of November. If that turns out to be true, I think Nikon is still missing out on a golden opportunity to launch the camera at PhotoPlus this week.
Nikon Retro Full Frame Camera Rumored Specs
- Nikon F3 like design
- Nikon F-mount
- 16.2MP 36×23,9 full frame sensor (same as Nikon D4)
- No video capture
- Pentaprism Viewfinder
- Expeed 3 processor
- SD card slot
- 2016-pixel RGB image sensor
- 9-cell framing grid display
- 3D color matrix metering II
- Native ISO range: 100-12800 (incl. ISO 50 and ISO 108,200)
- 5.5 fps for up to 100 shots
- 3.2″ LCD screen
- Dimensions: 143,5 x 110 x 66,5mm
- Weight: 765g
- Includes special edition AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G lens that matches design of new camera
- Meters with non-AI lenses down to full aperture
- Physical controls and excellent build quality
Still no word on price though. If you have any info on this camera that you can share, please contact me here.
[via Nikon Rumors]