Amazon UK listed a new book called "Obtenez le maximum du Nikon D800" (translates to "Getting the most from the Nikon D800"):
The book is set to be published on February 9th, 2011.
The description of the book says (Google translation):
"Sold in August 2008 at a price of 2,800 euros, the Nikon D700 (top of the line) was a great success. He will be replaced in late 2009 by the Nikon D800. Among the improvements of the device: the doubling of the sensor, which increases from 12 to 24 megapixels. The D800 is likely to be sold between 2000 and 2500 euros. This book is a comprehensive guide to discovery, empowerment and development of the Nikon D800."
On several occasions in the past we had a Nikon D400 book listed on multiple websites and the camera never materialized. At the end, the publisher came out and said that this was all a big mistake. What is interesting in this D800 entry are all the details they provided in the book description, including price, MP count and the number of pages.
- The publisher Dunod has published 6 different Nikon books in the past.
- The listed author of the D800 book, Jean-Baptiste Guges, is an editor at Dunod.
- On Dunod's website, the actual author of the book is listed as Bernard Rome, who has published other Nikon books in the past (Google translation):
- The above description actually mentions D700 and not D800.
- The URL actually says D80 at the end: