In the latest teaser of the Nikon mirrorless, we had a sneak peek at the camera body. However, the teaser video doesn’t reveal what the back of the camera looks like. But a sketch that recently appeared on Nikon Rumors shows what you can expect from the dials and the screen at the back, so you can form a more complete picture of the upcoming camera.
We’re only days away from the official announcement of Nikon mirrorless camera. And while we wait for 23 August, Nikon is building hype by releasing teaser videos. In the latest one, we get to see a glimpse of the body of the upcoming camera. And judging from the teaser video – Nikon mirrorless camera looks quite a lot like DSLR.
Ok, so, we should be judging cameras on how they see the world, not how they appear to the world, but this new Nikon mirrorless camera looks pretty ugly from looking at these leaked photos. I’ll reserve final judgement until I actually get one in my hands and see how it handles, but so far it’s kinda funny looking.
A new teaser released by Nikon for their new mirrorless camera suggests that they might be ditching the DSLR completely. It also offers a bit better look at the body & lens mount. It also suggests that the new mirrorless camera could be aimed squarely at professional users – which would make a lot of sense.
Ok, I get it, I’m a Nikon shooter. A decent Nikon mirrorless camera (finally) is a big deal. But I am starting to get a little sick of the hype already. We’ve had rumours, leaks, a teaser and a sort-of-not-really-an-announcement announcement.
Well, now, we’ve got an official announcement letting us know when there’ll be an official announcement. The rumoured date of August 23rd is now set in stone, according to an email I received from Nikon this morning. At midnight Eastern, 9pm Pacific, or a crazy 5am here in the UK, we’ll finally hear what Nikon have to offer.
Ok, so round one of the Nikon full frame mirrorless rumours ends. It’s now time for round two to begin, as Nikon officially announces the development of a new Nikon full frame mirrorless camera.
Did you spot what I said there? “Camera” not “cameras”. This doesn’t discount the possibility of a second rumoured camera, or even an APS-C mirrorless, but they’re only officially confirming one body for now – and they haven’t said whether it’s the rumoured 24-25MP or 48MP camera.
It looks like one chapter for Nikon mirrorless cameras has ended, and the other is about to begin. Nikon 1, the first line of mirrorless cameras from the company, has just been discontinued.