Nikon have announced long-awaited news of their first full-frame, mirrorless digital camera system.
We're updating this blog post as and when we receive more news - check back for all the latest information on this massive launch!
We've updated this blog with the latest teasier video from Nikon, which we suspect will be the last as the launch is now just 2 days away!
Keep your eyes peeled on our blog for more exciting content relating to this massive launch!
We've kept the below in purely as it may be interesting to see how our initial thoughts from the first video fair in hindsight....
While the video did not give much away – the camera remains in silhouette throughout the trailer – it certainly got the camera world speculating as to what was to follow.
Nikon have confirmed there is a new mount which appears large compared to a relatively slim-line looking camera body.
The video had the tagline ‘in Pursuit of Light’, features light particles travelling through space, before hitting a sensor, and finally forming into an image of a lady on the rear LCD sensor.
The videos so far emphasise premium optical performance, powerful processing power and rch, vivid image rendition.
There’s also exciting news if you are an existing Nikon DSLR user - Nikon confirmed an F-Mount lens adapter is under development.
Nikon have added a launch countdown on their site, ticking down to the 23rd August 2018. We'll update as soon as we find out more, in the meantime follow the link below to sign up for the latest email updates to stay in the know!
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By Park Cameras on 25/07/2018
Events at Park Cameras
Throughout the year, Park Cameras hold and attend a range of events. For photographers currently stuck indoors, as opposed to our events that are traditionally held in store or on the road, we are currently working on a range of events that can be held in the comfort and safety of your own home. In these uncertain times, there’s never been a better time to get to grips with your camera, and hopefully we can help achieve this. Find out more