It’s expected Nikon will announce a replacement for the D750 DSLR camera in the near future. The replacement camera is rumored to be called the D760.
This is according to a report from Nikon Rumors. The site predicts the official D760 announcement will be in the first half of 2019. Then, shipping would start in the 2nd half of 2019.
The Nikon D750 has been a very popular camera for the past four years it’s been out. It proved to many to be a versatile and balanced camera that — at the time — was a DSLR that should have been on every cinematographers’ short list. However, it’s been out since 2014. We’re sure many are hungry for an updated model.
Right now, Nikon Rumors doesn’t have too many predictions regarding specs. Still, there are a few the site seems confident on. Here’s what Nikon Rumors believes the D760 will feature:
- 4K video
- Improved AF system and IQ at high ISO
- Slight changes to the button layout on the back of the D760
- Same AF control options as the D810
- AF-ON button added to the back
- The ISO button will move to the area near the shutter release
The site additionally predicts the Nikon D610 will be discontinued. And it’s rumored, too, that Nikon will release a new firmware upgrade for the D750. Supposedly it will be related to memory cards.
Now, none of this has been confirmed and these kinds of rumors always get more accurate when it gets closer to the announcement date. Regardless, if Nikon does announce the D760, it has the potential to be the new entry-level full-frame DSLR.