Nikon is getting ready to announce a new DSLR. The Japanese camera company is reportedly planning to reveal the D7500 (followup to the D7200) sometime next week, and we’re getting our first peek at a leaked photo and specs ahead of the official reveal.
The photo leak comes to us courtesy of Nokishita, who managed to secure this (sadly low resolution) product photo earlier today.
In addition to the leaked image—which doesn’t really tell us much about the internals—Nikon Rumors has published a list of rumored specs. According to the rumor site, the D7500 will boast the same 20MP sensor as the much-loved D500, ISO range from 100-51000, 51 AF points, 8fps burst, SnapBridge wireless capabilities, and 4K video.
Expect more leaks ahead of the official announcement. And in the meantime, mark your calendars: the announcement is expected to drop on April 11th or 12th, and the camera will allegedly ship in June.