This video shows off some possible press material of the Nikon D300s, which is expected to be the successor to the Nikon D300. If this is legit, it means that the D300s is likely right around the corner…
Amazon Germany has a listing for a Nikon D400 book that is a hardcover book and appears to be set for release in July 2009. A search for the ISBN numbers noted on the product page reveals nothing more than forum posts and blog chatter about this particular listing on Amazon.de.
Here is the link to the product page while it’s still up (copy and paste into your browser):
The screen capture above is the actual page on Amazon.de. The below screen capture is just and automated translation of the same.
While the Nikon D400 clearly remains a rumor for now, this adds a little fuel to the fire that’s been building for a few months. If you recall, there was a similar “leak” of a book on Amazon.com for the Canon 5D Mark II prior to its release way back in May 2008. Remember this. After the leak, the author issued a statement vehemently denying any legitimacy to the rumor. We all know how that one turned out.
For the latest news and rumors on the D400, stay tuned to Photography Bay’s Nikon D400 page.
PMA 2009 rumors sure are heating up, as we get more “reliable” rumors of a Nikon D700x / D800 release. Presumably, this will be the rumored high-megapixel junior sibling to the D3x – in the same way the D700 relates to the D3.
Here’s one site’s purportedly reliable info on the new D700x / D800:
An extremely reliable source for RYC has confirmed a camera being field tested by Nikon to directly compete against the Canon 5D MKII. This camera will be announced at the PMA show this year.
Stay tuned for more on the Nikon D700x / D800 Rumors.
Could this be the next version of the Nikon D3 that popped up on the Nikon Germany website? Here’s a closer look:
What’s a Nikon D3 2 folder doing just below the Nikon D3 and D300 folders? A Nikon D3x, a different folder for the Nikon D3’s updated firmware, or just a spare folder for all the Nikon D3 stuff?
I dunno, but crunch time is closing in for the 24MP rumored camera. See this Nikon D3x rumor for the last word on the topic.
Over at a German Canikon community, a forum poster says he’s got some new rumors on a D3 replacement from Nikon (via Google Translate):
The latest information from the NPS say that environments later this year or likely D3x Nikon Nikon D4 and announced no later than the Nikon Solution in February also will be available. It will be a resolution of 24, x MP in a series of image speed of 5-6 pictures. The new D3 is to replace and not run parallel what astonished me first and also excited.
For past and present D3x rumors, keep your eyes on Photography Bay’s Nikon D3x Rumors page.