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Reality or fiction: Nikon D4, D4x, D400, D400x, D800, D800x, D9000 specs

So, you want rumors? Here we go: this is an email I received few hours ago. I am posting the unedited version. Reality or fiction? You decide (I vote for fiction with both hands):

Subject: Believe or not. I have most Nikon D4/D400/D800 specs from Swedish information i have.

Message: You cannot truly believe it. So, even i don't, but i have heard this information in Swedish restaurant dinner table from other table and the second were looking Nikon's employer and they speaking over three hours together in english about specifications and i don't really believe the word, but so on, that's what i heard. Huh, i were lucky cause he do not notice my listening, is this secret information? They do not have other customers at same time. Thats what i writed based from their conversation.

I heard a rumor of Nikon's fourth generation digital camera series specifications in Sweden. Additionally, i know that the Nikon is releasing its own 35mm video camera models for professional market, using of course Nikon F bayonet mount for lenses. They have two models to release, first the heavy pro model priced around 10000€ and lighter second camera to below two kilograms-group. Both have XLR-audio inputs and world's first Ultra High Definition in videocameras, the UHD 3840x2160p. Of course the same feature is even found in it's professional DSLR models targeted for still camera use (D4/D800/D400-series). Both they video- and DSLR-cameras are compatible with they new feature found by their lenses, it's simple an AF-upgrade which do not stop the focusing between each frame, which means focusing is really continuous. Yes i know some other videocamera manufacturers may have already this feature in their lenses (yet them bodycan use it) but Nikon delivers this feature even to stillcameras and lenses which are targeted to still use, other stillcamera manufacturers do not have that feature for still-shooting. I'm said this feature "compatibility even in video", cause the feature means the lens must be equipped with new type AF-motor, that lenses compatibility with older models is they can't use the feature, but they can use lenses traditionally by stopping the focusing-between each frame. That means the focus stop to some "point", it do not mean focus power-on/power-off. It's possible the third generation have compatilibity to use it by hardware, but Nikon can release an firmware update to them is that's possible. Well, next more. Cause that AF-feature, AF and meterings servo features and updated metering and focusing systems, i heard the manufacturer have a plan to make new pro film camera model, the F7. Yes, you read right and maybe you know they even release they first full frame digital camera model for consumer market, the D9000. So, you we

ll know Nikon and their politics, its camera factory and the previous film model is 7 years old while writing this. They know the film is not dead and film manufacturers have a change to develop new films that can really compete with nowadays modern digital cameras. But really, it's only the D4 or D800 body that is modified to film use, nothing more nothing less. Well, it's looking highly important that memory manufacturers will have to develop new faster and higher capacity memory cards for that new cameras, but is important to hurry up with them cause new cameras really need high speed memory. Nikon's fourth generation DSLR models specifications are below.....

*For IQ i mean High ISO Image Quality

Nikon D400

  • Sensor: 24 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor (Bayer type or new type 1-layer sensor which do not have Bayer filter but anyway needs three pixels to create any color. This new type will be better at high sensitivies)
  • Sensor made by: Nikon.....
  • Sensor filtering: Nothing (IR and AA filters are detachable and they are in a detachable lens
  • mount module)
  • And that lens mount module: Detachable and including two filter slots for carrying example of Anti-Aliasation and Infrared filters or what you want to mount over your sensor? Detachable lens mount module is also useful for easy cleaning of sensor and prism too..... (personally i  don't want any aliasation to make photo unsharp while i can remove moire in photo manipulation or unuseful light decreasing traditional fysical IR filter, cause i prefer to remove IR frequences directly from sensor if i don't want IR pictures)
  • Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-9 exposures, 1-12 with grip and ENX-1 battery)
  • Dynamic range: Over 14 F-Stops
  • Sensitivity: 100-51200 ISO (Boost 50, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* over 2 stops better than D3s)
  • Autofocus sensor: 201 points MultiCAM-5000DX (all points cross type, huh) or it's possible AF can be a completely new type? That AF systems have many AF-servo features like 1DmkIV.....
  • Light metering: New type 24 Megapixel light metering sensor (this is a surprise!)
  • Exposure modes: P,A,S,M,PM,AM,SM (in PM,AM and SM you can manually set what shutter speed and aperture ranges program can be use. Example of PM-mode. 1/20-1/500sec and apertures f/2.8-8 while the lens itself can be use aperture from f/1.4 to f/22 (example). Shortly you can set what speeds and apertures can be used in program. And now Automatic ISO is allowed to use in all metering modes even in the full manual.)
  • Shutter: Focal plane shutter with speeds from 60sec to 1/16000sec, Bulb, Time (probably metal shutter rated over million exposures)
  • Shutter lag: 20ms
  • Framerate: 9 frames/sec (12 frames/sec with new MB-D20 battery grip and ENX-1 battery)
  • Camera buffer: Over 4 Gigabytes
  • Video recording: 30frames/sec UHD 3840x2160p & HD 1920x1080p quality AVCHD video
  • Flash sync: Up to 1/250sec X-sync and Nikon High Speed Sync up to 1/16000sec
  • Infrared sensitivity range: Up to 900Nm for full Infrared photography compatibility
  • Infrared sensitivity range set: You can manually set what red sensitivity range the sensor records. Eg. you can take genuine Infrared pictures without using any filter with sensor by setting the
  • red sensitivity range to example of 650-900Nm. And you can take standard pictures simply by set the max red sensitivity to Around 550Nm. Its highly possible the camera have an
  • own standard mode in the menu for easy setting to no IR senzitisation.
  • Memory: Two CompactFlash card slots and one standard USB3.0 port on the camera right side for moving the photos and videos to memory stick or hard disk or shooting to them directly
  • Other features:
  • Autofocus and Light metering servo features
  • Additionally the old AI/AI-S lens connectors for metering
  • In camera moire remove feature while shooting samelike as noise remove (Off, Lo, Md, Hi)
  • Thunderbolt High Speed I/O
  • Integrated GPS
  • Integrated Wi-Fi for uploading pictures, remote controllers, setting cameras settings from computer, for flash controlling etc.....
  • The camera uses new 2500mAh ENX-10 Lithium Polymer battery
  • New user and menu interfaces
  • Shutter release now selectable for any user set button
  • Weight: Around 1000g without battery, memory card or body cap
  • Release date: 4th quarter of 2011 or 1st quarter of 2012
  • Price: ?

Nikon D4

  • Sensor: 18 Megapixel full size CMOS sensor  (Bayer type or new type 1-layer sensor which do not have Bayer filter but anyway needs three pixels to create any color. This new type will be better at high sensitivies)
  • Sensor made by: Nikon.....
  • Sensor filtering: Nothing (IR and AA filters are detachable and they are in detachable lens
  • mount module)
  • And that lens mount module: Detachable and including two filter slots for carrying example
  • of Anti-Aliasation and Infrared filters or what you want to mount over your sensor?
  • Detachable lens mount module is also useful for easy cleaning of sensor and prism too..... (personally i  don't want any aliasation to make photo unsharp while i can remove moire in photo manipulation or unuseful light decreasing traditional fysical IR filter, cause i prefer to remove IR frequences directly from sensor if i don't want IR pictures)
  • Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-12 exposures, except over 12 frames/sec its mininum of 2)
  • Dynamic range: Over 16 F-Stops
  • Sensitivity: 100-409600 ISO (Boost 25, 50, 819200 and even the unbelievable 1638400) (IQ* over 5 stops better than D3s, personally i will not believe that, sounds impossible)
  • Autofocus sensor: 201 points MultiCAM-5000FX (all points cross type, huh) or it's possible AF can be a completely new type? That AF systems have many AF-servo features like 1DmkIV.....
  • Light metering: New type 18 Megapixel light metering sensor (this is a surprise!)
  • Shooting modes: P,A,S,M,PM,AM,SM (in PM,AM and SM you can manually set what shutter speed and aperture ranges program can be use. Example PM 1/20-1/500sec and apertures f/2.8-8 while the lens itself can be use aperture from f/1.4 to f/22 (example). Shortly you can set what speeds and apertures can be used in program. And now Automatic ISO is allowed to use in all metering modes even in the full manual.)
  • Shutter speeds: 60-1/16000sec, Bulb, Time (probably metal shutter rated over million exposures)
  • Shutter lag: 20ms
  • Framerate: 12 frames/sec (18 frames/sec in Multi-Shot mode)
  • Camera buffer: Over 4 Gigabytes
  • Video recording: 30frames/sec UHD 3840x2160p & HD 1920x1080p quality AVCHD video
  • Flash sync: Up to 1/250sec X-sync and Nikon High Speed Sync up to 1/16000sec
  • Infrared sensitivity range: Up to 900Nm for full Infrared photography compatibility
  • Infrared sensitivity range set: You can manually set what red sensitivity range the sensor records. Eg. you can take genuine Infrared pictures without using any filter with sensor by setting the red sensitivity range to example of 650-900Nm. And you can take standard pictures simply by set the max red sensitivity to Around 550Nm. Its highly possible the camera have an own standard mode in the menu for easy setting to no IR senzitisation.
  • Memory: Two CompactFlash card slots and one standard USB3.0 port on the camera right side for moving the photos and videos to memory stick or hard disk or shooting to them directly
  • Other features:
  • Autofocus and Light metering servo features
  • Additionally the old AI/AI-S lens connectors for metering
  • In camera moire remove feature while shooting samelike as noise remove (Off, Lo, Md, Hi)
  • Integrated grip
  • Thunderbolt High Speed I/O
  • Integrated GPS
  • Integrated Wi-Fi for uploading pictures, remote controllers, setting cameras settings from computer, for flash controlling etc.....
  • New user and menu interfaces
  • Shutter release now selectable for any user set button
  • The camera uses new 3500mAh ENX-1 Lithium Ion or Lithium Polymer battery
  • Weight: Around 1400g without battery, memory card or body cap
  • Release date: 4th quarter of 2011 or 1st quarter of 2012
  • Price: ?

Nikon D4x: Other features same as D4, but changes below.....

  • Sensor: 48 or 54 Megapixel full size 3MOS (samelike as Sigma Foveon) or 3-layer JFET-LBCAST sensor (heh heh ? Nikon uses his own strategy for challenging with Canon and should have used some Sony sensors before for showing to challengers they can't develop good sensors, this is don't true but Canon and Sony believing it's true, you know what i mean)
  • Sensor made by: Nikon.....
  • Dynamic range: Over 18 F-Stops
  • Sensitivity: 25-51200 ISO (Boost 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* ?)
  • Light metering: New type 48 or 54 Megapixel light metering sensor
  • Framerate: 12 frames/sec
  • Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
  • Price: This rumor is not a joke..... like D4x price, its not a cheap joke for amateurs. Nikon states the body is priced over 8000 euros.

Nikon D400x:  Other features same as D400, but changes below.....

  • Sensor: 36 Megapixel full size 3MOS (samelike as Sigma Foveon) or 3-layer JFET-LBCAST
  • sensor
  • Sensor made by: ?
  • Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-9 exposures)
  • Dynamic range: ?
  • Sensitivity: 25-25600 ISO (Boost 51200, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* ?)
  • Light metering: New type 36 Megapixel light metering sensor
  • Framerate: 9 frames/sec
  • Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
  • Price: ?

Nikon D800: Other features same as D400, but changes below.....

  • Sensor: 24 Megapixel full size CMOS sensor (Bayer type or new type 1-layer which do not have Bayer filter but anyway needs three pixels to create any color. This new type will be better at high sensitivies)
  • Sensor made by: Nikon.....
  • Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-12 exposures)
  • Dynamic range: Over 14 F-Stops
  • Sensitivity: 100-51200 ISO (Boost 50, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* over 3 stops better than D3s)
  • Light metering: New type 24 Megapixel light metering sensor
  • Framerate: 9 frames/sec (12 frames/sec with new MB-D20 battery grip and ENX-1 Lithium Ion battery)
  • Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
  • Price: I think it's below 3000€

Nikon D800x: Other features same as D400, but changes below.....

  • Sensor: 36 Megapixel full size 3MOS (samelike as Sigma Foveon) or 3-layer JFET-LBCAST
  • sensor
  • Sensor made by: ?
  • Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-9 exposures)
  • Dynamic range: ?
  • Sensitivity: 50-25600 ISO (Boost 25, 51200, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* ?)
  • Light metering: New type 36 Megapixel light metering sensor
  • Framerate: 9 frames/sec
  • Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
  • Price: Even this maybe under 3000€

Nikon D9000: Other features same as D7000, but changes below.....

  • Sensor: 32 Megapixel full size CMOS sensor (Bayer type)
  • Sensor filtering: IR & AA
  • Framerate: 3frames/sec
  • Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
  • Price: Around 1000€
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  • d

    judging by the grammar I’d say this is the imagination of joseph spina. from nikon help hotline or whatever it was called.

    • samot

      what a bunch of crap… and this by listening to a conversation or did he or she record it??!!

      • russ

        I overheard 2 Canon employees talking about the 5dmkIII and new 1Ds for 3 hours the other night at McDonalds… they are also bringing to bring back film cameras because of high demand from film customers. Remind me to post the 5 pages of technical specs later as I do not have time right now. I wrote them on the inside of my happy meal box so that I dont miss anything. Check Canon rumors tomorrow. Even if you are a die hard Nikon fan, you will want to read about it and possibly switch over for their new 630 zone metering system in the upcoming Elan 8 film camera. It’s going to blow the F7 away.

    • Mock Kenwell

      Wow. God bless you Peter for having to wade through moronic Tonto-speak like this on a daily basis. I’d be scared off to Europe as well!

      Umm. Did anyone eat anything at this restaurant? Or did the menu serve baloney-only?

  • http://wonderfultime.biz Ben

    This guy couldn’t have listened in on the conversation, he had to have placed a recording device under the table. He listed too many details to be able to remember in you head.

  • Bubba

    Two words.
    Latka Gravas.

    “I never told a joke in my life.” – Andy Kaufman RIP

  • http://richardcromptonphotography.com Richard Crompton

    Fictiontastic! I’m not convinced in the slightest. 12fps @ 54Mp file size! I will doff my cap with due reverence if it is true, but…

  • Karlosak

    Admin, why lover the bar this much – it screams big FAKE to me. In fact, this is the most fakety fake post on NR yet, at least for me…
    On the other hand, it’s not so far away from my wildest imaginations in my wet dreams :-)

    • vinman

      He stated outright this was almost certainly uber-BS and just posted it for the sake of entertainment – and probably to give some readers a reason to foam at the mouth for a few days while he’s “off”…

  • TBO

    Definitely fake, but good for a laugh.

  • http://www.kopina.si rok

    this is just absurd…

  • Madetech

    Oh yeah, sounds like a casual lunch conversation…

  • jake

    i sure hope this is fake lol. the thought of the d800 being released in 2012 makes me cringe a bit.

    • PHB

      I can see a D800 waiting till 2012 I am afraid. But I think we are going to see at least one new affordable FX camera this year.

      A D4 plus a D9000 for example…

      Also some possibility of a D700s when the D4 comes out to keep the low ISO bragging rights.

  • Roy

    What a load of bull

  • Stefan

    He forget to mention how the conversation started, with the AF-SUV 8-800 mm f/1.2 VR III PC.
    * Designed for the traveling sports portrait nature photographer who specialized in macro architecture
    * Fisheye lens at the short end, and mirror lens at the long end
    * Super ultra servo autofocus, optimized for video (SUV). Runs through the entire range in just 100ms
    * Constant aperture f/1.2
    * Next generation VR III – 8 stops improvement, even for sports photography
    * Only 199.9 mm long and weighing 1 lbs and 10 oz
    * Covers DX, full, and even fullest frames
    This lens is so good, you don’t even need a camera anymore.

    • http://tumbleweed-092.livejournal.com Slow Gin

      This lens might be better than Ken Rockwell!

    • Evan K

      That’s gotta be the funnies thing that I’ve read all day.

  • Vlad

    Insanium in the Cranium Daaawg! :D

  • http://Fake! Raul

    The amount of detail indicates this is of course fake. People at a restaurant could review spec sheets and talk about them, and in what likelyhood would they read aloug or talk about all those details of so many cameras shown here, so that someone else could write them down or even record them? And if there’s a leak of specs, I doubt anyone would frame them in this silly context of a restaurant gathering exposing all those details. FAKE!

  • amien

    Seriously admin, better not to post those low-rise rumors on your website if you dont want to be discredited for ever…

    For the specs, I personally do not car about 24MP-36 MP in a FF sensor if the latest doesnt allow me to take high dynamic range-low light shots.

    I’d rather go with a great 18MP-21MP max.
    Super HD video would be a plus, but Nikon beeing behind Canon in this league, I doubt that this will happen in next 2 years. Also, keep in mind that nowadays computers are already very slow to post-prod Full HD in after effects, so 4K seems a real challenge !
    They should concentrate their efforts into high quality picture :
    no rolling shutter in video, super slow motion (120FPS in 1080P, 320FPS in 720P), & programmable AF on subject via touch screen.
    On the photo side, more color depth (16 bit ?), more dynamic range, 18MP.

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

      I agree, this was just to make a point that posting worthless information doesn’t make any sense.

  • Dan

    One sure sign that this is fake! If the D4 came out with the proposed specs of the D400 (except full-frame), it would be a revolutionary camera! Basically, it would be the best high-ISO still camera ever made, plus a RED professional movie camera, in a body no bigger than the D3. The filter module is impossible (assuming a standard F-mount and an optical viewfinder – you COULD do it by substituting an EVF for the viewfinder), due to mirror clearance, and the “24 MP AF sensor” is probably impossible for similar reasons (again, it’s possible (and, in fact, necessary) for an EVF-only camera, which focuses directly off the image sensor – the AF sensor has the resolution of the image sensor, because it IS the image sensor). Even assuming that this is an EVF camera, which makes the specs make much more sense (no reason EVF and F-mount are incompatible), there are a few ridiculous assertions.

    The most ridiculous spec is the ISO – two stops over the D3s would be amazing for a pro camera, while five stops is in the realm of science fiction (exposure of 1/60 at f2.8 by starlight alone…). That’s night-vision scope territory…

  • Dr Motmot

    Wow, he certainly put a lot of effort into these fantasy cameras, perhaps he will do some fantasy lenses next!

    • http://LeicaGlow.com Axel

      I think anyone who enjoys making up face specs (as I did as a kid), would find this exercise enjoyable. As an adult, I find it annoying, because it just ads to the noise level.

      I can’t imagine the D4 having such a lame processor.

  • John Caballero

    Well, I don,t doubt Nikon will release a full video size camera in the not so distant future. Is a logical step. And the quality will be awesome no doubt.

  • Christino

    D9000 Full Frame?? around 1000 euros?

    Does it make pizza, too?

  • Alex

    absolute bullcrap! UHD (ultra High Def) is the video equivalent to 8K resolution, not 4K (3.8K) which is Super High Def, also I don’t think it’s possible to do 3 full frame image sensors in such a limited amount of space. There is no way Nikon is going to release that many high end cameras. If they left out all the x versions, and all that video-related crap, it could have been believable. I would really like a full frame version of the D5100 or D7000 though!

  • ZoetMB

    And the conversation took place on April 1st, right?

    This is ridiculous. Even if I believed some of it, claiming that Nikon is going to release an F7 film body kills any shred of credibility, not to mention that people don’t have “conversations” in restaurants that clearly list every item of a specification.

  • Shooter

    Admin, please ask the emailer to send in a picture of the actual notes he took. Maybe they are on a napkin? Maybe he will rewrite ALL of it just to take a pic and then the joke is on him. Do it!!

  • simpleguy

    total fiction , bullshit doesnt sound like nikon at all , its all ridiculous

  • taheer Shah

    This is taking camera fantasy to a new level.

  • http://www.brandonburtner.com/ Brandon Burtner

    I wish it was true though…

    • Sam

      yeah! Me too..

  • marco polo

    I think it is totally true, Paul Hogan said the same things.
    I heard as well about a curve sensor that can be squeezed to increase the number of pixel or release to increase the dynamic range. Nikon got it using pig retina’s cell that can see like a human eye

  • http://eleventhphotograph.com elph

    There’s no way this is fake. How can you discredit a guy who took down an hour’s worth of discussion notes, then typing the whole thing out? I vote for the D4X since it is obviously going to be the best of the bunch. Getting that along with the 8-250 f2.8 VRII lens.

    • marco polo

      I agree with you. D4X plus a super compact 8 to 250 mm or 70 to 400 mm 1.1

  • Bob Agens

    Maybe these are the specs for the D17x and family.

    • marco polo

      D17x will come with the new crystal liquid technology. the glass will change shape from 1mm to 1000. how amazing?

  • Roc

    “Light metering: New type 18 Megapixel light metering sensor (this is a surprise!)”

    This actually makes some sense to me… probably because they have a few thousand extra waterlogged & irradiated 18 Mpx CMOS sensors lying around that are only good as rough light sensors now… talk about hot spots… uh… cold spots?

  • Arthur

    If just the dynamic range of 16-18 stops and ISO 25 boost are true from this optimistic story, I’ll be more than extremely happy!

  • http://avtopark.bg Avtopark

    Hahahahahahaha! :D

  • http://www.richardsteinbach.com Richard

    really an f7? i think this disproves everything else

  • Don

    If Nikon could built these cameras, they would and dominate the market. But they cannot, so they won’t. Maybe we can get one or two new clean ISOs higher than the body/sensor it replaces. That is about as good as it gets moving from one generation to the next. Basically a clean higher ISO is the same as giving all our existing lenses an extra f stop or two. I hope cleaner higher ISO sensors are developed for each new generation of cameras so that the “new” low light lens is f4 not f2.8 or f2. We can all save lots of money if we don’t need those expensive 2.8 lenses to shoot in low light.

    • Shooter

      Apparently you forgot about DoF.

  • Mark

    I agree with Gryson – this is a wish list.

    But it does bring to mind Einstein’s quip: The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.

    Anyway, pitching the fps to 12 and the life of the shutter to over a million shots would require a great deal of engineering which would cost a lot and not be needed, really, by the market these cameras are directed at.

    Now if only he had added to the list a facility to shoot multi-coloured lasers from the camera, then I’d be on board.

    Thanks for the laugh, Admin.

  • Bogdan Boeru

    Near the detachable mount there’s no small microwave oven, for quickly roasting peanuts on the go?!

    Nikon, you’re a disappointment, I’m switching to Canon!

  • RD2

    Sensor made by: Sony, of course.

  • Roger

    hahahaha

    One of the best ever BS fanboy wishlist ever written

  • Charlie Martin

    I could see the D400 having 18 mp and the D800/D4 having 24 mp and the D4X having 36 mp. As for the D9000, 18-20 mp but not as a full frame and 4 years out. Remember the D8000 is next in line.

  • jimmycorn

    gads…too long. anyone care to sum that email up in two words or less?

    • Mark

      Pure invention?

      Delusional?

  • Erik Switalski

    I call shenanigans

  • Evan K

    So, in summary this article is saying that in less than 1.5 years we’ll be seeing a FX sensor on a $1200 camera? I don’t think so.

  • Lucky

    Lol.
    Please stop posting such crap

  • Kingyo

    is this another one of Thom Hogan’s phony disguised emails again?

  • http://marcschwarz.at Marc

    This guy must be boring, holy shit. Also the fact that he can remember every detail of this “conversation”. I don’t think that nikon employees would start such a conversation in an official restaurant where other people can listen.

    I think, this guy can’t distinguish between his dream and the reality.

  • http://www.chalupaphotography.com seb

    Who is going to remember so many details listening to someone chat in restaurant… :-)

  • Stuart

    I can just imagine it, “Ah yes lovely soup, now the Thunderbolt High Speed I/O interface on the xxx”

  • Al

    Rhetorical Question:
    Does this post and its response demonstrate that …..
    1. The biggest pile of shite attracts the most flies? …..
    or
    2. People are desperate for news from Nikon?

  • jordan

    It’s fun to pretend! (……..I guess that’s all we can do until Nikon throws out some more scraps.)

  • http://www.thomhayes.co.uk Thom

    this guy sure can write quick… he got all this from a conversation he was overhearing?

  • Ekke

    I can vouch that the report is true, and the comments are also true. TRUE ENTERTAINMENT and nothing more!!

  • pablo quiroga

    it is necessary to recognize that the boy has talent in this of official notices, but my doubt is to know how long free has for a version so detailed than God on the part of nikon does not know nor.

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