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Steve Ruiz 06-Jun-2008 18:05
Damn the negativity!

Great imagination. While I am partial to Italdesign's current version, this is an interesting design and certainly an interesting starting point. Good luck!
Guest 02-Aug-2007 19:02
These dual command dials have been designed for a Canon engineer, there is no doubt...
Ron 13-Jul-2007 22:20
Guys, it's not a small prism we're's a HUGE camera! Good job.
Guest 08-Jul-2007 16:01
From my perspective, it's about imagination, and we should invite this kind of vision. Has the designer picked this up and tried it? Obviously not. Maybe there are a few ergonomic deficiencies in the model (i.e. the over under command dials), but the trigger shutter release is great, as is the streamlined body design (low chance or inadvertent switching). Great idea, and a fantastic job on the graphic work. Very impressive realism.
Sandika 02-Jul-2007 09:49
I think the model looks old, too square, and how about the technology?Will be full frame or still have crop factor?
chris 17-Jun-2007 14:10
great ideas but it doesnt work.
I do love the idea but please note that Nikon do not use small viewfinders on their flagship models as the prism is more important on them also it may be worth noting that the camera is a little out of proportion mind you its a great idea and well thouhgt out i commend you for it.
Guest 14-Jun-2007 13:58
The whole thing is out of proportions. Viewfinder should be something like twice as big
Leon 14-Jun-2007 12:51
looks great, a little extreme (reminds me of car prototype mockups with the big wheels), but I'm guessing that was the intention. Keep up the good work!
mahleu 11-Jun-2007 08:46
Nice image. Ignore the (*#$)(*$# on here who say it looks crap.
mjt 11-Jun-2007 00:24
awful mock up ! the viewfinder is out of proportion, which suggests a smaller-than-DX sensor.

the dual command dials next to each other would obviously be a nightmarish ergonomic hassle. "Mode: Aperture Priority"? that's a bit much ... "AP" would be sufficient - allow room for more information.

i've been waiting for the next-gen Nikon pro body - if this were it, i'd move the Canon.
Tim Rucci10-Jun-2007 20:56
Wow, that's some pretty amazing graphic work. Really smooth...
It would be a hoot if Nikon came out with something that even resembled your fictitous work here. What a monster. If it were any bigger, it should have a couple wheels on the bottom, and a collapsible pull-out handle, so you can pull it behind you like airline carry-on luggage. Nice work... best regards...
Guest 10-Jun-2007 18:22
old school..
Guest 10-Jun-2007 14:37
Guest 10-Jun-2007 07:57
It looks like a seventies electric iron. Very clumsy. Please do not go near Nikon, try some SUV instead.
The SB Image10-Jun-2007 03:12
How do you do this? is this a manipulated photo or did you create this from the ground up? The lens, grip and battery chamber are very "real" looking great job
Guest 09-Jun-2007 20:31
I think it's interesting. Sure most of this wont happen... but come on, it's all about imagination. Neat idea.
Guest 09-Jun-2007 19:22
Even though this is not the real thing. It beats the h*ll out all of the C***n camera bodies. I like the trigger shuttle release. Very nicely done.
Guest 09-Jun-2007 17:51
have you ever actually picked up a camera and used it? Those switches are absolutely ridiculous and the whole thing truly monstrous!
Guest 09-Jun-2007 15:30
Norm: are your working for the Cxxxx Company?
Guest 09-Jun-2007 15:28
horrible design. I hope you never get even close to Nikon. This realy looks disgusting.
Guest 09-Jun-2007 06:41
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