Melville, NY—Nikon Inc. confirmed that the company is developing a next-generation full-frame mirrorless camera. The new model will be in the Nikon FX format. In addition, it was revealed that also in the works are Nikkor lenses that will employ a new mount.
“The new mirrorless camera and Nikkor lenses that are in development will enable a new dimension in optical performance with the adoption of a new mount,” the company announced. “The system is the result of Nikon’s unsurpassed optical and manufacturing capabilities gained through more than a century of imaging expertise. Proven reliability and trusted performance are core traits of Nikon digital SLRs. And decades of feedback from professional creators around the world has further contributed to the development of this system.”
Moreover, the company added that through the development of this new mirrorless camera, “Nikon reaffirms our commitment to providing photographers with the ability to capture images that are richer and more vivid than ever before.”
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Furthermore, for photographers with an arsenal of Nikkor F-mount lenses, an F-mount adapter is being developed. The adapter will enable the use of a wide variety of F-mount Nikkor lenses with the new mirrorless camera. This will enhanced the functionality of the new camera.
“Nikon will continue to lead imaging innovation with the launch of the new mirrorless camera and the continued development of Nikon digital SLR cameras as well as the impressive Nikkor lens lineup,” the company also stated.
Further details regarding the new camera and lenses will be revealed at a later date. This will include release dates as well as suggested retail prices. Stay tuned for more information as it is released.