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Upcoming Nikon D400’s specs leaked

Nikon is said to be unveiled the D400 this month, but its specs seemed to have leaked ahead of the launch, which will probably be done in the upcoming Photokina event. Check out what our sources have uncovered about this alleged DSLR’s specs after the break.

Nikon D400 specs:
23.2 x 15.4mm APS-C size sensor
ISO 100 – 6’400
ISO Boost 50 (Low) 12’800 – 25’600 (High)
30 – 1/8000 shutter speed
200’000 shutter cycle w/ self-diagnostic shutter
3.2” LCD screen (921k dots)
100% viewfinder coverage w/ .94x approx. magnification
8fps continuous drive
Exposure Meter: 91’000 pixel RGB sensor
Built-in flash
Advance Multi-CAM 3500DX autofocus system w/ 51 focus point & 15 cross-type sensors
Up to f/8 AF detection w/ 9 focus points
Full HD video recording @30fps
Camera editing w/ HDR capability
NO GPS and Image Stabilization
USB 3.0
Battery: EN-EL15 ~900 shots
Full Magnesium Alloy w/ Weather Sealing and Dust reduction
Weight: 800g (body)

The D400, if ever there’ll be one, is said to have a USD1’799 price tag when it becomes available in the market this November.

Alongside this camera, Nikon is also rumored to launch 3 other DSLR cameras namely D600, D5200 and D7100, but without formal word from Nikon, these rumors should be taken lightly.


This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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8 Responses

  1. photographynoob says:

    I dont know what to make of the specs above, but isnt the absence of image stabilization a big loss for such an expensive camera?

    Please enlighten a noob here.

    • sylv3rblade says:

      Nikon have their IS technology (VR or Vibration Reduction) installed on the lenses not the camera.

    • Oragun says:

      Even the lowly d90 and d7000 have an image stabilization IN the body (the CAMERA). What are you talking about? It’s not Nikon on your mind, right?

    • Tbolt says:

      No Nikon cameras have IS, like sylv3rblade say the VR is in the lens.

      These specs look good to me though I hope the controls are laid out more like the D600.

  2. Marco says:

    VR (Vibration Reduction) is what you are looking for and I am more than certain that it is not without. A good deal for the price, however without real tests, specifications = speculation.

  3. Jes says:

    Looks good forthe price.

  4. davd bailey says:

    nikon and cannon put stabilisation in the lenses rather than the body like sony and some others have opted for. So report is correct to mention this is not included. Its standard across the entire range of cameras for these firms. Apparently it offers a superior solution, but does mean you pay more for lenses (sounds more like a way of extracting more money to me)

  5. Alberto says:

    Article is b.s. written for page views. Nikon rumors should’ve had this info by now.

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