updated 08:42 pm EDT, Fri August 30, 2013
Updated DSLR models could have slight improvements
Nikon could be preparing to launch two new entry-level DSLR cameras in the future, according to a new rumor. The D5300 and D6100, said to be upgraded versions of earlier product lines, could in fact be part of a new company strategy to work on increasing consumer-grade device sales, rather than the claimed concept-changing secret projects the company president has talked about.
Though light on details, Nikon Rumors thinks that the D5300 would be a slight improvement on the D5200, launched late last year, with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity and a GPS being suggested as part of the changes. The D610, also an updated version of the D600 that launched last September, is also speculated to be a minor upgrade in order to fix a sensor oil issue in the original, and could be the reason behind the heavily-discounted refurbished D600 units.
A potential launch date for both cameras is unknown, though more details could come to light closer to their launch anniversaries.