Nikon reportedly has not one, but two full-frame mirrorless cameras on the way, and a first full set of rumored specs has appeared.
Nikon Rumors is hearing that the two different mirrorless cameras will offer different sensor resolutions: one reportedly features 24 to 25 megapixels and the other shoots around 45 to 48 megapixels.
Compared to the a7, though, the Nikon mirrorless cameras will feature “better ergonomics and a better grip,” Nikon Rumors writes.
Other rumored features and specs include 5-axis in-body stabilization, 9fps continuous shooting, 4K video recording, XQD/CF Express memory card compatibility, a 3.6-million-dot electronic viewfinder, a new mirrorless mount that supports f/0.95 NOCT lenses, and a sophisticated F-mount adapter.
“Nikon is putting a lot of emphasis and effort into the shooting experience of the new mirrorless camera,” Nikon Rumors writes. “The camera was designed with ergonomics in mind. […] I was told that Nikon is currently developing a large number of new mirrorless lenses and this is a top priority.”
In the area of lenses, Nikon Rumors is hearing that the initially announced lenses will be a 35mm and 50mm (possibly f/1.4), as well as a 24-70mm f/4.
The official announcement for these cameras may come as early as the end of this month, and the 25MP and 45MP cameras are said to have price tags of $3,000 and $4,000, respectively, bundled with a kit lens. Stay tuned.