News outlets have indicated that Nikon has been planning to present its first full-frame mirrorless cameras. The company has published a mystery video on a campaign website that only provides hints about its first pro-oriented mirror-less cams looks like. The representative provided a detailed view including the massive mounting format (it can support super-bright frames/ 0.95 lenses). It is an electronic viewfinder with a more attractive design. It will be launched after 23rd July 2018, maybe in the last quarter of July. Nikon is reportedly working on 2-models anticipated at pro photographers. The flagship would have 45 or 48 megapixels, or there might be 24 to 25 megapixels. Users will be able to get a high-resolution 3.6-megapixel electronic viewfinder for composing shots.
You might also discover many of the creature comforts linked with the advanced high-end cameras, such as 5-axis in-body image stabilization. The expected price might be competitive and roughly estimated at 4,000 U.S dollars for the 48-megapixel model with a kit lens. You can get its 25-megapixel counterpart at just 2,400 U.S dollars. But, the aftermarket lens selection might be slim at first. You will see a standard 24-70mm f/4 zoom lens as well as fixed 35mm and 50mm options. Telephoto, macro, and other more specialized lenses would be in the works, but you should have to wait. It is important that Sony was criticized for having few lenses when its first mirror-less cameras arrived. The company now has a fairly robust ecosystem that accommodates most advanced demands.