Google found Nikon D700x, D800 entries on

Halcyon Habit from sent me this interesting info: if you Google d700x you will get two results (this search is looking for D700x keywords in all pages):

This could mean that at some point of time Nikon USA had the following link online:

Currently this URL points to the Nikon D3x product listing (because of the product #25442, the D700X.html portion of the URL is irrelevant) but Google cache did capture the full D700x URL:

If you search for D800 you will get one result that currently links to a Nikon support page.

The part that is not clear is whether Google really cached this page/URL or just created this search result entry based on external links pointing to that D700x URL (for example the same D700x link was already discussed on Fred Miranda forum and maybe the Internet traffic to that URL from FM was enough for Google to create those entries). Unfortunately nobody knows for sure how Google search algorithm works and this D700x entry remains just another rumor.

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  • Zim

    Anyone want to guess what a new D700s or maybe D800 would cost? $3,000?

  • Geoff_K

    Since I want a FF (18MP) camera for under $3k … it will probably be $3600

  • Jabs

    Hey Administrator,
    Look at this
    Nikon 28 – 70 F2.8 Zoom – NOT 24-70 F2.8 (plus pictures)

    • Jabs
      • Jabs

        This 28-70 F2.8 must be a new lens, as it looks slightly different from the 24-70 F2.8 Zoom?

        • Anonymous

          ? ? ? What difference ? ? ?

          Jabs seems bored again.
          Simply has to much time.

          • Jabs

            Perhaps you are looking for a fight, but maybe you LOOK again.

            One picture says 24-70 F2.8 and the other says 28-70 F2.8.

            GET REAL!!!

          • Jabs

            Why don’t you look at the middle of the page at the lens that they list as a 24-70 F2.8 and SEE that the photograph clearly shows a 28-70 F2.8 plus there is NO “N” for nano-coating sign on the lens like the current 24-70 F2.8, at least in the same place as it.

            I just sent the link to the Administrator, as perhaps he has an eye for details.

          • Jabs

            Let me spell it out for you again in more simpler or precise terms.

            1. Look here –

            Scroll down to the middle of the page and you will see a Nikon lens that the caption states is 24-70 F2.8 BUT the lens picture shows 28-70 F2.8 and it is a different lens from the one shown on Page 7 of their review here –

            2. Scroll down to the middle of the page and you will see a 24-70 F2.8 and then note the differences between pages 7 and 8.

            3. Page 7 correctly shows a 24-70 F2.8 while page 8 shows a different lens and identifies it also as a 24-70 F2.8 BUT the picture shows a different lens – a 28-70 F2.8 Nikon lens.

          • Anonymous

            Eye for detail ? ? ?
            That really is a good one.
            Go on and fight yourself as you
            do fight anything above 12 MP. A new
            D-Lens. HaHa I just cant’ get over it.
            Jabs, you really are good fun.
            Thanx mate, cheer me up.

            I’m sure Admin bows down
            in front of your sense for detail.

          • Jabs

            The essence of childishness here.

            1. The person states that they do not see a difference.
            2. When the differences are now pointed out to the person they explain what these differences are and now what?
            3. I see says the blind man.


            Only a child would feel bad from being right about differences yet wrong about a new lens.


        • Anonymous

          WOW, Jabs you ‘re right ! ! !

          There is a difference … And here is your rumor:
          Nikon used to have a 28-70 D Lens in the past.

          Please spell some more things out to me. It’ s
          always good fun. A NEW 28-70 D.
          Great news! LOL.

          • yes, this an old model – I am pretty sure we will not see an aperture ring on a new Nikon lens… ever… again

          • easy guys – everybody makes mistakes… remember my screw ups? If you don’t, I am not going to mention them here again 🙂

  • Geoff_K

    We do not see them as screw up’s NR. We know they are marketing techniques. ;- P

    easy .. easy … smile and laugh .. was said in fun .. put … down … the … banstick please

  • Anonymous

    This might be obvious for many already. I researched a bit backwards in time, about Nikon’s camera releases. This is a hard one(or in fact impossible), when looking backwards there looks like its very very much time to replace all line up this summer, new D3, new D700, new D90, new D300. Question is if Nikon will wait with release any of these cause of the amount of cams being released at this short time. Which will wait? Or we will get two releases one FX and one DX(most likely), one early summer and one late.

    Sum is there will be new cams somewhere around June to August 2010.

    My 1 cents, speculations, dreams and nonsense.

    • Geoff_K

      I have to think you are right. I am thinking they will release a D700 with video and ONLY a 14ish MP sensor. They would charge more for it and many would just buy the D700 instead. By canceling the D700, you have no fallback to a previous model.

  • Ernesto

    a rumor? time will tell

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