Nikon may exit DSLR market

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Nikon, the Japan-based digital camera maker, reportedly plans to exit from the single-lens reflex or SLR digital camera enterprise and as an alternative give attention to mirrorless cameras, based on a Nikkei report. The report comes amidst rising competitors within the smartphone trade. Nikon D6 DSLR is the newest mannequin within the market.

The world’s second largest digital camera maker sees a chance to beat smartphone producers via distinctive and up to date options, Nikkei reported. It additionally acknowledged that Nikon will proceed to fabricate the lined-up SLR cameras.

Last yr, Canon exited from SLR cameras, citing the rising choice for mirrorless cameras.

Nikon discontinued two of its reasonably priced DSLR digital camera collection — D3500 and D5600, saying it wished to “give attention to mid- to high-end cameras and lenses for skilled photographers and hobbyists”.

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