Due later tonight is an official announcement of Nikon's new D3200 DSLR. But Nikon Switzerland seems to have beaten the rest of the world to the punch. They published a wonderful PDF: a price list outlining Nikon's entire line-up -- including the D3200, a wireless transmitter, and new lens...
Nikon D3200 Rumored Specs:
- ISO 100-6400 (Hi 12,800)
- 11 AF Points
- Improved Video
- Somewhere in the $700-800 range (the document puts it at ~$760 after conversion from the Swiss Franc)
What features the WU-1a wireless transmitter will have is still uncertain. But we do have a rough price: $50. Either Nikon will be sure to make it slow and missing some key feature, or we'll all be wondering why we're paying $800 more for the same thing on the D4. Time will tell.
Update: At second glance, the WU-1a is described as a "wireless mobile adapter" while the pro wireless adapters are referred to as "W-Lan adapter sets." Maybe that hints toward a difference. What could it be?
Also announced through this PDF is a new lens: the 28mm 1.8G AF-S. At first glance, it seems to add to the 50mm 1.8G AF-S. But an approximate $900 price tag and 67mm filter thread points to a heftier beast. This is sounding more like a budget replacement for the outrageous 24mm 1.4 AF-S
For those that like to see for themselves, here's link to that PDF.