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Nikon “BIG” poll

Polls have been pretty accurate in the past.
Do you think the Japanese Nikon ads are real and represent what's next?

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  • smart guy

    Of COURSE these Nikon ads are fake… the faker even left “nikonrumors.com” in the ad! I don’t think Nikon would be so sloppy.

  • Smarter guy

    Sorry but how dumb are you? Nikonrumors obviously put that in afterwards!

  • Anonymous

    Pawned

  • Anonymous

    lulz

  • anonymous

    The new F7 with D3 autofocus system and integrated portrait grip.

  • stj

    The original add was in Rangefinder Magazine, so maybe it should be specified that we talk about the new photos of off-prints..

  • Blog Admin

    Good point – I added another sentence to make it clear. Thanks.

  • Trigger

    In the first AD the sensor is rectangular instead a square shape according to the rumors. so i Think is a fake!

  • maurizio

    I don’t know what that “big” thing will be, but I’m sure that the sensor photo was a bad photoshop work!
    Along with the third flange the shopper removed also the diaphragm lever!
    The AF motor can be removed but the auto diaphragm lever must stay or the new big-ground-breaking Nikon will work in stopdown…

  • E

    Unless it uses the aperture system in the new PC-E lenses (which, coincidently, are the right size)

    The thing that got me was the third flange. I barely voted no, because of the possibility of a locking pin, but I voted no

  • Shoewreck

    I’m pretty sure that author of the “ads” reads nikonrumours and simply does it for fun. According to the comments of Japanese speaking guys the ads don’t even come from Japan.

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    Nikon medium format (MX) analysis

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    Nikon medium format (MX) analysis

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