Will we finally see the full Nikon cage in the segment of mirrors? So you can judge after the words of Tetsuro Goto …

The words of Tetsuro Goto of Nikon, posted in the last interview with Xitek , that the full frame is in the top, are not a great discovery. The cameras with the APS-c matrix are quite a lot, but still , it's the D850, which is the most emotional thing to do. What else did Goto say? In what direction will Nikon go? First of all, according to Goto, if Nikon wants to be in the segment of walk-behinds, there is no way out, and it must finally show a full frame. It is also a confirmation of the rumor that there will be an advanced mistress from the stables of the Japanese. Another new meaning is the patent for two bright lenses. What could be the new camera? Goto stated that it will not be a copy of Sony a7, and in fact very well. It's time for something new. The camera is designed to combine retro and modern style with Nikon classics. This is undoubtedly good news for brand fans – old Nikons have their charm.

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fot. Andrew Olson/Flickr CC

Important information is the fact that Nikon is aimed at professionals, and it is up to them to direct a new product. It must be stressed, however, that Nikon will be able to break through anyway – if anyone has found a mirrorless one, they already have it and it is expected to have a complete system. If users still do not have the mirrorless, it is hard to expect that they will suddenly drop their SLR cameras. And most importantly – Nikon, if it comes, even with a hunchback to the market of luster, this will happen no sooner than next year. Firstly – a bit late, because Sony, before releasing the flagship model a9, showed a lot of models, including the great a7 mentioned earlier. This allowed you to familiarize yourself with the system and make friends with him, and now, if the budget allows, you can buy a prime camera, one of the best in the market.
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fot. Frank Gosebruch/Flickr CC

Second – before the replacement of lenses and accessories prepared by independent manufacturers will take some time. Nikon lenses will be rather expensive and the system change will be expensive, the adapter may not be and the problem is there, but this is just a matter of time. Well, wait for Nikon's next steps. I wonder if the Japanese, investing heavily in the mirrorless, will not start treating the DSLR segment. After all, Sony has done just that and thus lost the trust of many Minolta bayonet users. Source: mirrorless.com, nikonrumors.com