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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 21 - 2016

Nikon D800 Futuristic-Looking Camera Concept

Nikon D800 - Adjustable Camera Grip



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created a concept design for the yet-to-be-announced Nikon D800 DSLR. One of the novel features dreamed up for the design is a LCD screen that can be detached from the camera and used remotely . If this were to ever exist on a DSLR, losing the screens would be an issue, and replacing them would likely cost a fortune.
Sure the new Nikon D5100 and Canon T3i and a number of Olympus’s models have screens that swivel, but why stop there? This concept art has a screen that is completely removable, and connected wirelessly to the camera for true maneuverability. The second interesting feature is a swiveling grip that allows you to use your camera at different angles. This already exists in other consumer cameras, but would be interesting on a DSLR. Remember in the late 90s/early 2000s when Nikon released a string of point-and-shoot Coolpix cameras that had swivel lenses? With the increasing emphasis on videography in DSLRs, I can see how an adjustable grip would be seen as an advantage for many users.

New Nikon D800 Futuristic-Looking Camera Concept

New Nikon D800 Futuristic-Looking Camera Concept

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Nikon D800 Futuristic Looking Camera Concept

Nikon D800 Futuristic Looking Camera Concept

Nikon DSLR D800 Futuristic Looking Camera Concept

Nikon DSLR D800 Futuristic Looking Camera Concept

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