It seems that a Nikon mirrorless full-frame camera is slowly becoming a fact. A few hours ago, Nikon created a subpage on its website entitled "In Pursuit of Light" and it shared a video called "Travel of Light". In the film, we can certainly see a camera which is not present on the market yet and we can expect, with almost 100% certainty, that it's a new, long-awaited mirrorless camera.
1). Nikon Mirrorless Camera
In the film, we see only an outline of the camera but, at first glance, it seems similar to Sony a9 with a significantly bigger grip. One can also notice a very big camera mount so the new system will almost for sure not use F-mount. On the right, there is the exposition regulation knob and on the extremely left, a knob which is possibly the photography modes one.
2). Nikon Mirrorless Camera
According to the latest leaks shared via Nikonrumors.com (I'm stressing that these are only leaks) we can expect the premieres of 2 full-frame cameras, the first one with the 45MP sensor and the second one with the 24MP one, in the near future.
3). Nikon Mirrorless Camera
New Nikons are supposed to have new lens mounts to which we will be able to mount old lenses via a pellicle-based (translucent) mirror adapter. Such a mount will enable the installation of image stabilization and the creation of very bright lenses in the future, which Nikon was unable to design due to the limitations connected with too little mounts of the F-mount type. The camera is also supposed to possess a working autofocus system in the video mode.
Now the brand's fans have to patiently wait for an official premiere.