Nikon D760 Might be Announced in the First Half of 2019

There is fanfare surrounding the air for the arrival of new Nikon first full-frame and Mirrorless camera. Well, most people never see this coming along. It is not lost that a couple of Nikon's cameras like the Z6 and Z7 are getting a little long in the tooth. Launched back in 2014, Nikon D750 is now 4 years old, while the most affordable full-frame DSLR, the D610 is now 5 years old having been launched in 2013.

 Nikon D760 rumors and leaks

Rumors are circulating around and it is most likely we are going to see a replacement of these popular cameras in 2019, with a D760 model. According to the Nikonrumors.com, Nikon is expected to announce Nikon D760, as the replacement of D750 model in the first half of 2019, while shipment of the camera will start in the second half of the year.

 

Additionally, it is evident that the D610 model will be discontinued. The D760 will replace the two models and become one sole entry-level full-frame DSLR camera.  S far as the features of this highly hyped camera is concerned, rumors suggest that it will shoot 4K videos, while the ISO button will be moved to the area near the shutter release. Additionally, we might see an additional AF-On button at the back of the camera. Besides, D760 might have an AF joystick selector. The camera set might as well get overhauled.

 

Resolution and Features

It is speculated (things will get clearer as the launch day nears) that the new D760 might use the rumored Sony's full-frame 36MP or a variant of it. While the sensors promise 10fps shooting speed at a depth of 16bit. Also, it is claimed that it will feature an on-chip phase detect AF. In addition, the camera sensor is also believed to use a new dual-gain ADC mode, which promises to increase dynamic range by almost two stops.