Nikon is getting ready to release a new digital camera with a high-res sensor
Nikon is reportedly set to launch a new high-resolution digital camera in 2019 that it says will be able to shoot 1080p video and capture 360-degree images.
The new camera is described as “an innovative high-performance sensor” and will have a sensor that is “up to 4 times more sensitive than current sensors.”
According to Nikon, the sensor will be “up the order of magnitude” compared to the current generation of digital cameras, which use sensor sizes ranging from 2 to 20 megapixels.
The company says that it plans to release the new Nikon digital camera “in mid-2019” with a price tag of around $3,000.
Nikon has been working on the camera for a number of years and has been experimenting with new technologies in its digital cameras and imaging systems.
According to Nikkei, the company’s new camera will have “upcoming features including advanced color management, low-light performance, high-speed performance, and high-precision handling.”
Nikon says that the camera will be capable of capturing up to 1080p with an ISO of up to ISO 100.
According the Nikkeis press release, the new camera features an “advanced image stabilization system,” which “provides a higher level of stabilization than current systems.”
The camera will also include “new high-end sensors,” including a sensor “up 3 times” the resolution of the current Nikon digital cameras.
Nikon is said to be “working with a number [of] leading manufacturers” to create a “high-performance, affordable digital camera that offers unparalleled high-quality images and video at an affordable price.”
Nikon also says that “it is planning to introduce the Nikon digital imaging system in 2019.”
The company’s press release notes that the Nikon camera “will offer the widest sensor size to date, up to 4x the resolution” and “will be up the order [of magnitude] compared to current sensor sizes.”
In order to take advantage of the higher resolution of this new camera, Nikon is planning on implementing some “enhanced image processing technologies” that “will allow for the use of higher resolution sensors.”
The Nikkeys press release also notes that Nikon will be using “digital imaging technologies including image stabilization, high dynamic range (HDR), noise reduction, and low light performance.”
It adds that “the high-powered image processing technology will allow for capturing highly detailed images with high contrast.”
Nikon is also reportedly working on developing an “enhancement in the design and build quality of the camera” that will include “higher quality lenses and camera bodies.”
The press release claims that Nikon is “working closely with other manufacturers and leading camera manufacturers” in order to develop the new high resolution digital camera.
“We are planning to bring our camera technology to market in 2019,” the Nikkes press release says.
“The high-performing digital imaging systems developed in the past will be the foundation of the new digital imaging technology.”
It is unknown whether or not the new cameras will be available for purchase, but Nikon is rumored to be working on a line of cameras with different resolutions.
For example, Nikon may have been working with Panasonic to produce a high resolution 10 megapixel camera that would have a resolution of 1080p.
Nikon’s new high res camera may also be compatible with older Nikon cameras that are currently compatible with the company cameras.
However, Nikon will have to introduce a camera that will be compatible in the near future, and it is unknown if that will involve a new camera.
In addition to the new flagship Nikon camera, the brand also recently announced a new line of digital camera products called “Nikon digital cameras.”
The Nikon Digital cameras will include the Nikon D610, Nikon D700, Nikon K100, Nikon L100, and Nikon D600 digital cameras that will retail for around $9,000, $14,000 and $22,000 respectively.
Nikon will also be launching a line the Digital Camera series of digital digital cameras in 2019.
The brand is also expected to release an upgraded Nikon digital image stabilization (DAS) camera in 2020, which will have an aperture of f/2.8 and an ISO sensitivity of ISO 100-3,400.