A couple of years ago, Nikon announced the Nikon D800. However back in May, we caught wind of a rumor that Nikon could be looking to launch a replacement for the Nikon D800 and according to the folks at Nikon Rumors, they have managed to “confirm” that the replacement camera will be known as the Nikon D810.
They also claim that the official announcement for the Nikon D810 will be taking place on the 26th of June, which is next week, so we guess we won’t have to wait too long to find out if the rumors are true. If you were thinking about getting the Nikon D800, we guess you should probably wait until next week to see if a newer model could be made available.
While the specs of the rumored D810 remain a mystery, Nikon Rumors managed to get a hold of the specs, although since the specs aren’t official yet, they should be taken with a grain of salt for now, just in case they turn out to be fake. That being said, the rumored specs of the Nikon D810 will include a 36MP sensor.
The camera will not come with an AA filter and will also feature software that will help to suppress moire. The camera will be powered by a Nikon Expeed 4 imaging processor and will come with built-in GPS but no WiFi. It will also have an improved frame rate, be lighter than the D800, improved video capabilities, and more. In any case check back with us next week to see if there are any official details that can be had.