Top 10 NikonRumors posts for June 2012




These are the top 10 most visited NikonRumors posts for June 2012:

  1. First leaked Nikon D600 images
  2. New/updated Nikon D600 specifications
  3. Some fresh Nikon D400 rumors
  4. Nikon D3200 DxOMark score: second best APS-C camera ever
  5. The first “cheap” FX lens for the D600 will be the Nikkor 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 VR
  6. There is a new DxOMark king: Nikon D800E
  7. Rumor: second Nikon D800 firmware update coming out soon
  8. Nikon D400 predictions in the Japanese CAPA magazine
  9. Nikon D800 delivery situation improving in the US
  10. Announcement day: 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR and 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lenses
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  • Only commenting so nobody can say FIRST!

    When’s the next d600 update?!

  • raizee

    When is the D7000 and D5100 updates expected?

    • My guess is August/September for Photokina.

      • raizee

        Alright, thank you.

        I really hope they won’t use the 24MP sensor of the D3200, in the D5200/D7100 cameras. It seems to be noticeably noiser than the ‘old’ 16MP sensor.

      • Is that for the d600 as well or the other cameras?

        I’m feenin’ for a low megapixel hdslr full frame body! Even if it DOES cost more than $2000!

    • Ren Kockwell

      My D800 came just in time. Now I can unload my D7K before it plummets in value and stop stitching images.

  • D400 and a 100-300 F4 VR would be instant purchases for me!

    • I just jumped off the DX train, but yeah, why the hell are all the enthusiast telephotos so ancient?!?

  • Temple

    D800 is now available in Thailand, and most of the Asian Countries, The pricein Maldives is US$3030 including tax, In Thailand US$ 3330 from NDK 2nd floor, Bangkok.

  • BartyL

    Nikon have appealed against the court decision forcing them to go ahead with the ‘Comfort Women’ exhibition. I suppose there could be a range of reasons for their actions, but it lends support to the suspicion that there are Denialists in the management / ownership of Nikon.

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