Nikon D750 LEAKED, to Get Released with a 24MP Full Frame Sensor
Nikon is said to be announcing a new DSLR next month, which will most likely be called the Nikon D750. Courtesy of this new leak, we’ve now got an idea of what the product will look like, and its physical changes compared to the D610. We’ve also got some idea of what kind of specs the camera will feature, so check them out below.
In the recent days, there has been a lot of talk about Nikon’s upcoming DLSR camera, which is most likely going to now be called the Nikon D750, courtesy of what we’ve learned from this new leak.
We’ve received what looks like the first real life image of the D750, which has emerged on the web. The device doesn’t really look all that different from the D610, except for a new tilting screen as seen in the above image.
The specs for the camera have also been leaked, indicating the D750 will include a EXPEED 4 imaging processor and a 24MP full frame sensor. It will also come with in-built WiFi support, which is these days considered a necessity for any competitive DSLR.
According to the leak, the body construction will also be “very light”.
Again, as we say with all other such leaks, we’ll be taking all this information with a pinch of salt, mostly because all of this is skeptical until Nikon officially announces the DLSR and its specs itself.
The Nikon D750 will most likely be announced at the Photokina photography and imaging fair, which will be taking place from September 16-21 this year. The device is expected to release with a body-only price of $2500, aimed towards the professional line of photographers.
Info about the D750 will increase in the next following weeks leading up to the release, so be sure to stay tuned to Gigjets for any new info about the camera.