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    Default This 'rumor' made my day.

    Nikon D400
    Sensor: 24 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor (Bayer type or new type 1-layer sensor which do not have Bayer filter but anyway needs three pixels to create any color. This new type will be better at high sensitivies)

    Sensor made by: Nikon…..

    Sensor filtering: Nothing (IR and AA filters are detachable and they are in a detachable lens
    mount module)
    And that lens mount module: Detachable and including two filter slots for carrying example of Anti-Aliasation and Infrared filters or what you want to mount over your sensor? Detachable lens mount module is also useful for easy cleaning of sensor and prism too….. (personally i don’t want any aliasation to make photo unsharp while i can remove moire in photo manipulation or unuseful light decreasing traditional fysical IR filter, cause i prefer to remove IR frequences directly from sensor if i don’t want IR pictures)

    Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-9 exposures, 1-12 with grip and ENX-1 battery)

    Dynamic range: Over 14 F-Stops

    Sensitivity: 100-51200 ISO (Boost 50, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* over 2 stops better than D3s)

    Autofocus sensor: 201 points MultiCAM-5000DX (all points cross type, huh) or it’s possible AF can be a completely new type? That AF systems have many AF-servo features like 1DmkIV…..
    Light metering: New type 24 Megapixel light metering sensor (this is a surprise!)

    Exposure modes: P,A,S,M,PM,AM,SM (in PM,AM and SM you can manually set what shutter speed and aperture ranges program can be use. Example of PM-mode. 1/20-1/500sec and apertures f/2.8-8 while the lens itself can be use aperture from f/1.4 to f/22 (example). Shortly you can set what speeds and apertures can be used in program. And now Automatic ISO is allowed to use in all metering modes even in the full manual.)

    Shutter: Focal plane shutter with speeds from 60sec to 1/16000sec, Bulb, Time (probably metal shutter rated over million exposures)

    Shutter lag: 20ms

    Framerate: 9 frames/sec (12 frames/sec with new MB-D20 battery grip and ENX-1 battery)

    Camera buffer: Over 4 Gigabytes

    Video recording: 30frames/sec UHD 3840x2160p & HD 1920x1080p quality AVCHD video

    Flash sync: Up to 1/250sec X-sync and Nikon High Speed Sync up to 1/16000sec

    Infrared sensitivity range: Up to 900Nm for full Infrared photography compatibility

    Infrared sensitivity range set: You can manually set what red sensitivity range the sensor records. Eg. you can take genuine Infrared pictures without using any filter with sensor by setting the
    red sensitivity range to example of 650-900Nm. And you can take standard pictures simply by set the max red sensitivity to Around 550Nm. Its highly possible the camera have an
    own standard mode in the menu for easy setting to no IR senzitisation.

    Memory: Two CompactFlash card slots and one standard USB3.0 port on the camera right side for moving the photos and videos to memory stick or hard disk or shooting to them directly
    Other features:
    Autofocus and Light metering servo features
    Additionally the old AI/AI-S lens connectors for metering
    In camera moire remove feature while shooting samelike as noise remove (Off, Lo, Md, Hi)
    Thunderbolt High Speed I/O
    Integrated GPS
    Integrated Wi-Fi for uploading pictures, remote controllers, setting cameras settings from computer, for flash controlling etc…..
    The camera uses new 2500mAh ENX-10 Lithium Polymer battery
    New user and menu interfaces
    Shutter release now selectable for any user set button

    Weight: Around 1000g without battery, memory card or body cap

    Release date: 4th quarter of 2011 or 1st quarter of 2012

    Price: ?


    Nikon D4
    Sensor: 18 Megapixel full size CMOS sensor (Bayer type or new type 1-layer sensor which do not have Bayer filter but anyway needs three pixels to create any color. This new type will be better at high sensitivies)

    Sensor made by: Nikon…..

    Sensor filtering: Nothing (IR and AA filters are detachable and they are in detachable lens
    mount module)

    And that lens mount module: Detachable and including two filter slots for carrying example
    of Anti-Aliasation and Infrared filters or what you want to mount over your sensor?
    Detachable lens mount module is also useful for easy cleaning of sensor and prism too….. (personally i don’t want any aliasation to make photo unsharp while i can remove moire in photo manipulation or unuseful light decreasing traditional fysical IR filter, cause i prefer to remove IR frequences directly from sensor if i don’t want IR pictures)

    Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-12 exposures, except over 12 frames/sec its mininum of 2)

    Dynamic range: Over 16 F-Stops

    Sensitivity: 100-409600 ISO (Boost 25, 50, 819200 and even the unbelievable 1638400) (IQ* over 5 stops better than D3s, personally i will not believe that, sounds impossible)

    Autofocus sensor: 201 points MultiCAM-5000FX (all points cross type, huh) or it’s possible AF can be a completely new type? That AF systems have many AF-servo features like 1DmkIV…..

    Light metering: New type 18 Megapixel light metering sensor (this is a surprise!)

    Shooting modes: P,A,S,M,PM,AM,SM (in PM,AM and SM you can manually set what shutter speed and aperture ranges program can be use. Example PM 1/20-1/500sec and apertures f/2.8-8 while the lens itself can be use aperture from f/1.4 to f/22 (example). Shortly you can set what speeds and apertures can be used in program. And now Automatic ISO is allowed to use in all metering modes even in the full manual.)

    Shutter speeds: 60-1/16000sec, Bulb, Time (probably metal shutter rated over million exposures)

    Shutter lag: 20ms

    Framerate: 12 frames/sec (18 frames/sec in Multi-Shot mode)

    Camera buffer: Over 4 Gigabytes

    Video recording: 30frames/sec UHD 3840x2160p & HD 1920x1080p quality AVCHD video

    Flash sync: Up to 1/250sec X-sync and Nikon High Speed Sync up to 1/16000sec

    Infrared sensitivity range: Up to 900Nm for full Infrared photography compatibility

    Infrared sensitivity range set: You can manually set what red sensitivity range the sensor records. Eg. you can take genuine Infrared pictures without using any filter with sensor by setting the red sensitivity range to example of 650-900Nm. And you can take standard pictures simply by set the max red sensitivity to Around 550Nm. Its highly possible the camera have an own standard mode in the menu for easy setting to no IR senzitisation.

    Memory: Two CompactFlash card slots and one standard USB3.0 port on the camera right side for moving the photos and videos to memory stick or hard disk or shooting to them directly

    Other features:
    Autofocus and Light metering servo features
    Additionally the old AI/AI-S lens connectors for metering
    In camera moire remove feature while shooting samelike as noise remove (Off, Lo, Md, Hi)
    Integrated grip
    Thunderbolt High Speed I/O
    Integrated GPS
    Integrated Wi-Fi for uploading pictures, remote controllers, setting cameras settings from computer, for flash controlling etc…..
    New user and menu interfaces
    Shutter release now selectable for any user set button
    The camera uses new 3500mAh ENX-1 Lithium Ion or Lithium Polymer battery

    Weight: Around 1400g without battery, memory card or body cap

    Release date: 4th quarter of 2011 or 1st quarter of 2012

    Price: ?




    http://nikonrumors.com/2011/06/02/re...00-specs.aspx/
    Last edited by AlvinOMG; 2nd June 2011 at 03:14 PM.
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    Nikon D4x: Other features same as D4, but changes below…..
    Sensor: 48 or 54 Megapixel full size 3MOS (samelike as Sigma Foveon) or 3-layer JFET-LBCAST sensor (heh heh ? Nikon uses his own strategy for challenging with Canon and should have used some Sony sensors before for showing to challengers they can’t develop good sensors, this is don’t true but Canon and Sony believing it’s true, you know what i mean)
    Sensor made by: Nikon…..
    Dynamic range: Over 18 F-Stops
    Sensitivity: 25-51200 ISO (Boost 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* ?)
    Light metering: New type 48 or 54 Megapixel light metering sensor
    Framerate: 12 frames/sec
    Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
    Price: This rumor is not a joke….. like D4x price, its not a cheap joke for amateurs. Nikon states the body is priced over 8000 euros.


    Nikon D400x: Other features same as D400, but changes below…..
    Sensor: 36 Megapixel full size 3MOS (samelike as Sigma Foveon) or 3-layer JFET-LBCAST
    sensor
    Sensor made by: ?
    Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-9 exposures)
    Dynamic range: ?
    Sensitivity: 25-25600 ISO (Boost 51200, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* ?)
    Light metering: New type 36 Megapixel light metering sensor
    Framerate: 9 frames/sec
    Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
    Price: ?


    Nikon D800: Other features same as D400, but changes below…..
    Sensor: 24 Megapixel full size CMOS sensor (Bayer type or new type 1-layer which do not have Bayer filter but anyway needs three pixels to create any color. This new type will be better at high sensitivies)
    Sensor made by: Nikon…..
    Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-12 exposures)
    Dynamic range: Over 14 F-Stops
    Sensitivity: 100-51200 ISO (Boost 50, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* over 3 stops better than D3s)
    Light metering: New type 24 Megapixel light metering sensor
    Framerate: 9 frames/sec (12 frames/sec with new MB-D20 battery grip and ENX-1 Lithium Ion battery)
    Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
    Price: I think it’s below 3000€


    Nikon D800x: Other features same as D400, but changes below…..
    Sensor: 36 Megapixel full size 3MOS (samelike as Sigma Foveon) or 3-layer JFET-LBCAST
    sensor
    Sensor made by: ?
    Prism: Standard moving prism with Multi-Shot mode (more than 1 exposures in 1 prism move, user selectable number of exposures around 1-9 exposures)
    Dynamic range: ?
    Sensitivity: 50-25600 ISO (Boost 25, 51200, 102400, 204800, 409600) (IQ* ?)
    Light metering: New type 36 Megapixel light metering sensor
    Framerate: 9 frames/sec
    Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
    Price: Even this maybe under 3000€

    Nikon D9000: Other features same as D7000, but changes below…..
    Sensor: 32 Megapixel full size CMOS sensor (Bayer type)
    Sensor filtering: IR & AA
    Framerate: 3frames/sec
    Release date: 3rd quarter of 2012
    Price: Around 1000€
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    Default Re: This 'rumor' made my day.

    Nikon-specific rumors.... This should be in the Nikon section along with all the other Nikon rumors.

    And FYI, the D400 will almost certainly be 24MP. Nikon uses the mid-range DSLR sensors of Sony. The A700 sensor went into the D300, and the A77 sensor will go into the D400.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: This 'rumor' made my day.

    If you take a good look at what's posted then perhaps you'll realise why I'm posting in KPT
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    Default Re: This 'rumor' made my day.

    Quote Originally Posted by AlvinOMG View Post
    If you take a good look at what's posted then perhaps you'll realise why I'm posting in KPT
    You copy-pasted from nikon rumors website. Every model listed is a Nikon model.

    Meh. Whatever. We should just get rid of all forum category segregations, make CS one big Kopitiam section since nobody cares what they post where anyways.
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    Default Re: This 'rumor' made my day.

    /nevermind.

    You would have realized that the above is hardly a rumor and more to a ‘fiction' like what NR mentioned?
    It's KPT afterall, no?
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    i'll have a plate of Swedish Meatballs as well to digest along with these rumors

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    Default Re: This 'rumor' made my day.

    the sensor filtering looks interesting!

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    D9000, 3 fps, ouch!

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