According to the news in the Nikkei press, the Japanese optics and camera giant Nikon would stop producing new SLR single-lens reflex cameras (British Single-lens reflex), the effect of the news was that the company denied it.

“There was an article in the media about Nikon pulling out of SLR development. This media article is purely speculation, and Nikon has not made any statement on the matter. Nikon continues to manufacture, sell and service digital SLRs. Nikon appreciates your continued support,” the company said.

Mirrorless cameras gain popularityshrinks the SLR market as they improve image quality while giving consumers the option to use smaller, lighter products.

Last month, Nikon announced that it has stopped production of two of its DSLRs (digital single-lens reflex cameras). The D3500 and D5600, which are more affordable, said he wanted to “focus more on high-end and mid-range cameras and lenses.aimed at professional and amateur photographers”.

According to Tech Crunch, the company may be slowing the refresh cycle of the SLR model to focus on mirrorless, for example. But for now it’s all speculation.

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