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Nikon F3

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. [click to continue…]

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Nikon FM2

Sony shook things up last week when it announced the its A7 and A7R full frame cameras. However, new rumors point to what could be a massive response from Nikon – a full frame digital camera with a design similar to the FM2. [click to continue…]

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Nikon D5200

Along with the new D610, Nikon is rumored to introduce the D5300 as an entry-level APS-C format camera. The D5300 should feature the 24MP sensor and 39-point AF system we’re all familiar with now. [click to continue…]

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The Nikon D610 is rumored to be announced soon on October 7th or 8th. So far, the rumors suggest that the D610 is a direct replacement for the D600 and is intended to get past the stigma associated with the D600′s sensor spot issue. [click to continue…]

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The rumored Nikon D610 specs have surfaced and appear to be the same as the Nikon D600. Again, the Nikon D610 is rumored to be a fast replacement to the D600 due to sensor spot issue. Accordingly, it makes sense that the D610 wouldn’t feature any significant updates other than an improved shutter mechanism (one that doesn’t produce residue that leads to sensor spots). [click to continue…]

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Nikon D600

Recent rumors suggest that a Nikon D610 is just around the corner to serve as a replacement for the Nikon D600. New evidence that the launch is impending comes from Nikon Rumors’ finding that the Nikon D600 has been removed from Nikon’s Minimum Advertised Price list.  [click to continue…]

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