The Rumours of Nikon D850 and D5X Release – Nikon flagships possess a life-cycle of 3 years as the basic level DSLR cameras have relatively smaller life-cycle of around 2 years. The newer models aren‘t getting some market changing innovations but smaller upgrades. This can be because of the intense competition out there and changing consumer behavior where photographers prefer latest and up-to-date models. This strategy particularly works to the basic level cameras but as long as the value of flagships are getting affordable by every passing year, the marketplace leaders will also be using this process for their flagships and mid-range options. As of latest information, It‘s rumored that Nikon D850 Nikon D5x and much more coming in 2017.
Nikon will certainly be celebrating it’s 100th year in 2017 there Couldn‘t be any better time for them to introduce some new DSLRs and lenses together with the NIkon 1 series and Nikon DL cameras. Nikon announced Nikon D610 in October 2013, D750 in September 2014 and D810 was announced in June, 2014. It‘s quite obvious that its not all cameras will see replacement simultaneously but through the year. Nikon can also announce an inferior cousin of the flagship Nikon D5 and that is rumored as Nikon D5x. Altogether 2017 will certainly be an exciting year for Nikon users.
Nikon D850 is predicted to become launched in 2017.
Nikon has also patented some new lenses so we will see their introduction inside the 2017. Nikon DL cameras were delayed due to the Kumamoto earthquakes and serious issues using the integrated circuit for image processing – this really is consistent with Nikon tech support’s response to reader. They‘ll be able to be shipped by early 2017. Nikon also will introduce new 300mm f / 2.8 lens. Together with all of this Nikon D5600 will start shipping to USA.
As for Nikon D810 successor, It‘s highly probable that Nikon will directly jump to Nikon D850 and skip the numerical in between. All of the flagships and models that expected to become upgraded will see a price drop. Offered the price drop it ought to be a very good deal. Recently $300 was dropped on Nikon D750.
We could keep you updated with the knowledge as and once we have it. We‘re also expecting new launches from Canon offered the intense competition between Nikon and Canon especially inside the mid-level and entry-level segment where people buy their first DSLR. Allow us to know in comments the things you expect from Nikon in it’s 100th year.