Nikon D760 rumored for 2019

Nikon is rumored to announce a D750 DSLR camera replacement in 2019 – the new model will most likely be called D760. The official announcement is expected in the first half of 2019 and shipment should start in the 2nd half of 2019 (similar to the D850 and Z6/Z7). Some additional information:

  • The Nikon D610 will be discontinued – currently, the D610 is selling for $1,496.95 – that is $100 more expensive than the D750 (refurbished D610 is now $1,099.95).
  • The new Nikon D760 will become the new entry-level full-frame DSLR camera.
  • 4k video
  • The ISO button will move to the area near the shutter release.
  • AF-ON button added to the back.
  • Same knob AF control options as the D810.
  • Minor changes to the button layout on the rear of the D760.
  • Change in the number of AF points (no additional details yet).
  • Improved AF system and IQ at high ISO.

Nikon is rumored to release a new firmware upgrade for the D750 – it should be related to memory cards.

As usual, the rumors will get much more accurate as we get closer to the announcement date. Some of the information above could not be correct because it is still too early.

The Nikon D750 is currently $600 off and it comes with a free MB-D16 battery grip and other accessories at AdoramaB&H and Amazon.

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