As you probably have heard by now, Nikon is said to be working on a new full frame camera in the form of the Nikon D750, whose alleged specs were leaked the other day. Well thanks to newly leaked photos obtained from a retailer’s website, we now have some inkling as to what the upcoming camera could look like.
We should point out that the images aren’t necessarily of the highest quality, but they are still good enough for us to get an idea of what the camera should look like. As you can see, Nikon has made some changes to the camera and in some ways we are reminded of the Nikon D7100, at least based on first impressions.
In case you missed our earlier coverage of the camera, the leaked specs includes a 24.3MP full frame sensor and will feature a body with weather sealing which might be good for photographers who might be planning more outdoor than indoor shoots. It will be powered by Nikon’s EXPEED 4 image processor, a 3.2-inch display, and is also expected to feature WiFi connectivity, but no mention of NFC.
As for pricing, a German retailer had pegged the camera at around $2,700 for the body-only which is admittedly a tad expensive, but we guess for the most part, full frame cameras tend to be pricey so this hardly comes as a surprise.