Nikon D700 Rumor

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A Chinese photography forum has a thread with some images of Nikon D700 brochure shot using a cellphone by a guy who works in a printing company which printed the instructions of Nikon D3 before.





If it’s true, it looks like that printing company just lost (probably) their biggest client. Nikon will make sure they never deal with that company.

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Comment by Graham
2008-06-18 10:02:48

It looks legit to me.
It’s time to save some money and find someone who still wants to buy my D100.. ;)

Comment by Pirx
2008-06-18 12:06:55

interestingly enough, the forum thread is now defunct. On Nikon’s request?

anyone care to translate the message to English?

Comment by fotosniper
2008-06-18 16:44:05

D100? haha, no ones going to buy that dinosaur

Comment by John
2008-06-18 18:14:59

Finally! the 5D Mark II competitor from Nikon. This should be interesting to see the ‘war’ between these two rumored cameras. I’d go for the Nikon D700

Comment by John Doe
2008-06-25 03:25:18

To me it looks like a fake…

-In the 1st pic, it has D200 plugs, the top housing is not big enough to house a full frame prism and it looks like it has an 18-200mm lens on it. why would they put a DX lens on it to showcase a full frame camera???

Comment by Nick
2008-06-27 06:20:32

Yesterday, my local camera shop, at my request, asked Nikon about details of the new DSLR. Nikon UK confirmed there will be an announcement within 2 weeks but were not at liberty to say what!

So there, crystal clear!


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