D'après Thom Hogan il n'y a pas 2 mais 4 projets dans les tuyaux...
2 Dx et 2 FX. Un Dx utilisant une nouvelle monture et un autre la monture actuelle.
Même chose pour les 2 FX...
D'après lui le premier à voir le jour sera le DX nouvelle monture début 2018...http://www.dslrbodies.com/newsviews/what-is-happening-in-tokyo.htmlVoici un extrait:
"The four possibilities: New DX with new mirrorless mount:
This is the Canon M5 chaser. Canon's success with the M series, at least once they tweaked a few things and released additional lenses, certainly got Nikon's attention. The problem with this entry will be lenses. I only know of two that are going to be ready when the camera is (again mimicking Canon). New DX with current F mount:
This is the D3500. It gives Nikon a do-over on the D3xxx line, which they need to sell better. The recent AF-P DX lenses are a clue here. The problem with this entry will be price. It has to stay at or near the current price point to succeed, I think, and with a new mirrorless mount DX camera also in the lineup, there is price point contention that has to be resolved. The other thing is that any D3500 mirrorless needs to be even a bit trimmer and lighter than the current D3400. New FX with new mirrorless mount:
This is the Sony A7 chaser. Nikon can't shoot at the A7rII, A7sII, or A9 with their first shot, so they have to aim lower and hope that works to get traction. I believe that there's also a goal to make this camera a bit more traditional (e.g. retro in style). The problem with this will again be lenses, and given that Sony will soon enough introduce the Mark III A7, keeping up in the features race. New FX with current F mount:
This is the anticipation of a Canon entry, and the D610 potential replacement. The problem with this product will be both price and size.
As far as I can tell, all four of those options are in progress towards introduction still, with various 2018 dates for each. As I indicated above, there appear to be heated internal arguments about which of these options should really be pursued. I'll have more to say about that in a bit."