Two Mirrorless Nikon Cameras on the Way Means Sony Finally Has Competition
If you haven't been paying attention, Sony has been dominating the camera market, leaving Canon and Nikon in a tailspin. Sony's A7 III was more than just a full-bodied mirrorless camera, it was a sign that the bar had been set beyond the current capabilities of its competitors.
Nikon has finally responded, with rumors that two mirrorless cameras are on the way, ready to ship sometime next month. The rumor details that it will probably be full frame - although that can't be confirmed - and they will be offered in 24- 25-megapixel and 45- 48-megapixel respectively. The 5-axis in-body stabilization, 9 fps lineup will have a "similar body size to the Sony a7 with better ergonomics and a better grip."
Canon, on the other hand, has been spotted releasing small bits of information on their own pair of full-frame mirrorless cameras "before the middle of 2019." The two cameras from their camp will sport a 30.4-megapixel and 24-megapixel models, both with 4K video capabilities.