43rumors: Nikon will announce mirrorless ILC in April

It seems Nikon fans can look forward to a new system in April, and hopefully it'll be compatible with the company's current F-mount lenses.

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The good folks over at rumor blog 43rumors are quite certain that come April, Nikon will unveil a professional mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (ILC). The article has been stamped "FT5," a label the site uses to indicate that its sources are almost certainly correct.

While there have been plenty of rumors about Nikon entering the mirrorless ILC segment to compete with Olympus, Panasonic, Sony, and Samsung, it seems those speculations have so far remained, well, speculations.

43rumors has a good track record when it comes to accuracy. Rumors deemed FT5 on the blog site always turn out to be true.

So it seems that Nikon fans can look forward to a new system in April, and hopefully it'll be compatible with the company's current F-mount lenses.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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