Nikon D810a leaks online, still nothing on the D7200



Translation: For the first time since they’ve converted to digital photography, Nikon will offer a camera optimized for astrophotography.

The French website Les Numeriques briefly published their Nikon D810a post online and then quickly removed. Unfortunately I missed it by few minutes. As you can see from the screenshot above, Google already captured the original D810a link, the cached version is still not available is available here. Here is the original link which now redirects to the D810 announcement:

Here are the Nikon D810a specifications:

  • 36.3 MP sensor
  • Improved IR filter 4 times more sensitive to H-alpha (Hydrogen alpha, 656.3 nm)
  • New shutter speed improved to 900 seconds (15 minutes)
  • Max ISO: 51,000
  • Price: €3,699 (around $4,200 – US price will most likely be lower)
  • Full HD 50p / 60p video
  • You can use the D810a daily without the need for IR filters for your lenses
  • Shipping starts on May 28th, 2015

Here is very small cached picture of the D810a:

Nikon D810a
If anyone saw the original article, your browser should have cached everything – please post any details in the comments section below.

There is still no D7200 info and that worries me. I hate to retract that rumor at the last moment, but the D7200 may not get announced this week.

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