Nikon announced a “unprecedented photography experience” by unveiling its development of the Z9 full-frame mirrorless camera. The camera will feature a newly developed FX-format stacked CMOS sensor, a new processor, and support for 8K video.
Nikon has shared few details about the camera other than the front view and some vague talking points. However, that fits in with the Nikon development advertisement path (development of the D6 It was announced In a similar way).
The company says it promises the Z9 will combine Nikon’s suite of “pioneering technologies” to deliver “the best still image and video performance in Nikon’s history.” The camera is meant to meet the more advanced needs of professions across a variety of photography genres. As mentioned, it will use a newly developed stack CMOS sensor, a new image processing engine, and the ability to record 8K.
Nikon has stated that 8K will only be the maximum it can shoot and has stated that it will introduce various other video specifications “to meet diverse needs and workflows”. this is He echoes a recent interview With a Nikon executive promising there, the flagship Z camera will offer videographers a wide range of options.
Nikon writes: “The Z9 embodies extreme ease of use as a tool.” “We offer users an unprecedented photography experience from capture to workflow that goes beyond that of unparalleled single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras and cameras.
As we saw above, the Z9 will use the chassis with an integrated grip, which is a favorite with some professionals because the form factor allows for an even shooting experience regardless of orientation.
Nikon did not provide further details, including an expected timeline for its release.
Earlier in the day, Nikon rumors Spread A very long list of features expected for the Z9, including the name of the new camera. Rumors also mentioned that the camera was tested with a range of different mega-pixel sensors from the 45MP to the 60MP version. Other features are rumored to include 20fps through a blackout-free EVF (such as the Sony Alpha 1 and Alpha 9 series), a 16-bit RAW option, improved noise levels, a new user interface, improved noise levels and better dynamic range. Nikon rumors It claims the camera will be tested at the Tokyo Olympics and is expected to be released in the fall of 2021.