The great mirrorless race is heating up. We know that Canon is rumored to be working on a pro-level, full frame mirrorless. And now it appears Nikon isn’t far behind: A new report says that a Nikon full-frame mirrorless model will be announced within the fiscal year.
The camera is coming along at “a rapid pace” and is expected to be announced before March of 2019, according to SankeiBiz. As well, the report states that Nikon is likely to display a prototype of the camera at a large overseas expo, which likely means Photokina 2018 in September.
It appears that both companies are gearing up to compete with Sony’s critically lauded a7 series—and are even willing to cannibalize some DSLR sales to do so. Learn more about the Nikon full-frame mirrorless camera in development, here.
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