Nikon D820 Rumored To Be Announced in July

There have been rumours circulating about a Nikon D820 for the last month or so, but it seems we won't have to wait for something more official.


The Nikon D820, has been subject to a few specifications leaks over the last few weeks, but the name and details are unconfirmed naturally.

Indeed, it is even suggested the camera could be called the D850 instead.

Either way, it is said to come with a 45 or 46-megapixel sensor, improved high and low ISO levels in comparison to the D810, and a new and improved version of SnapBridge.

The leaks state that there will be no built-in GPS, as previously suggested, but it will come with a tiltable LCD scren, two memory card slots (SD and XQD) and the same Autofocus system as the D5.





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