In addition to the Coolpix cameras announcement on September 8th, this is a recap of what is rumored to be announced on September 15th:

Nikon D7000:

Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.4:

Nikkor AF-S 200mm f/2.0G IF-ED N VRII:

  • 13 elements in 9 groups
  • 9 blades aperture
  • Expected price: around $6000

Nikon Speedlight SB-700 (low chance to be called SB-650):

  • 24-135mm zoom
  • Overheat protection (I hear it will be improved from the SB-900)
  • Expected price: around $300

Please note that some of the specs may not be accurate and/or lost in translation. [NR] probability rating: 90%.

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  • Nikon 35

    I’m guessing that the D300s is the end of the DX pro-consumer line based on the introduction of the FX 28-300mm zoom and the D7000 specs. I don’t think that there is any room for a better DX camera. The D300s replacement will probably be a FX pro-consumer or consumer grade camera positioned just below the D700 replacement and made to mate with the 28-300mm zoom or 24-120mm. Remember the 18-200 DX sells better than the 16-85mm DX or 17-55mm DX. Therefore I believe Nikon will not make any more DX pro or pro-consumer cameras in the future.

  • Digitalfiend

    Please tell me that we can disable AF if we want to while shooting movies.

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