Nikon Releases Teaser Video of Upcoming Fullframe Mirrorless Camera

They’re late to the party, but it appears Nikon has finally acknowledged that the future of photography is mirrorless. A week after discontinuing their Nikon One line of consumer mirrorless cameras, the folks who said mirrorless cameras are “not Professional” have finally seen the light. Welcome to the club, Nikon! You’ve got Six Years of catching up to do…


via Nikoneye.com

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11 thoughts on “Nikon Releases Teaser Video of Upcoming Fullframe Mirrorless Camera”

  1. As another person commented on the YT video; he welcomes Nikon to this arena. It will only drive competitive innovation benefiting the user.

    Looking forward to what’s next.

  2. hahaha good luck trying to catch up, Nikon. Its odd how companies can be so blind to changes going on in the market and taking SO long to finally react

  3. I didnt say it will hurt, just that is funny to read Nikon fanboys thinking they can comeout right of the gate with a mature product that can surpass what Sony has been doing for years now.
    Of course the more competition the better for customers…better features and pricing

    1. Obviously, Sony is generations ahead in the mirrorless market.

      Who know’s how long Nikon has been developing their entry into this line, imagine their reaction to the release of the A7iii?

      I wonder if there were some “Oh-shit” comments from the product managers at Nikon last spring?

  4. I didnt say it will hurt, just that is funny to read Nikon fanboys thinking they can come out right of the gate with a mature product that can surpass what Sony has been doing for years now.
    Of course the more competition the better for customers…better features and pricing

  5. Mirrorless is for the slapdashes. To work precisely you need your own eyes and a a clear look (through an optical viewfinder) not an artificial reflection to help you poorly out of your blind flight.

  6. Do not forget that mirrorless technology (except for sensor and EVF) is large part in software and not in production technology. Making up the leeway is easier than ever.

    1. All the components of a DSLR are in mirrorless cameras…except obviously…the mirror.

      Mirrorless can now do MUCH more than DSLR and enable lens design that DSLR glass cannot rival.

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