Nikon is now including the D700 in the discontinued products section of its Japanese website. The camera will be replaced with the 36MP D800, which will be unveiled on February 7th. What’s slightly surprising is the fact that the D300S has also been “discontinued”, even though we haven’t heard much so far about its successor.
Nikon D700 Now Officially Outdated, D800 Primed for Launch on Feb 7th
- Published on January 27, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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