The Nikon D300S Might Get A Replacement

For those of you that have been waiting for a follow-up to the popular Nikon D300s, you might be in luck because the cameras could quite possibly be making a comeback. The Nikon D300s was released in 2009 and many APS-C shooters have patiently been waiting for its successor, and after five years, they might actually get one soon. Nikon USA has moved the D300s from the active camera list to its archived list, meaning a new camera could be in the works. There were talks that Nikon would be releasing a D9300, which could have been the replacement to the D300s, but like all rumors you have to take it with a grain of salt. With talks of Canon releasing a the 7DMII in August, Nikon might very well release camera to counter it. For those who shoot with APS-C sensor cameras, you’ll have some intriguing options to choose from if the rumors prove to be factual.

[via Northlight Images]

Bobby Reys

Bobby Reys is an artist, picture taker, and creative thinker. When he's not working on his personal projects or exploring he's the photography editor at RubyHornet.

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