The specifications of the Nikon Z9 micro-single are exposed and officially unveiled in the fall of 2021

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Nikon now has three products in the full-frame mirrorless camera market: Z5, Z6, and Z7, and will launch updated versions of Z6 and Z7 in the near future. However, compared to Sony, there is still a lack of a flagship product that focuses on high-speed continuous shooting. In fact, Nikon has begun to build a flagship micro-single and named it Z9. This camera will be officially unveiled in the fall of 2021.

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At the same time, foreign media Nikon Rumors exposed the detailed specifications of the Z9 camera. The camera shape will be similar to the D6 flagship SLR. It is equipped with a 46-megapixel full-frame image sensor and has a high-speed continuous shooting performance of 20 frames per second. There is no black frame, and it will also support 8K30P and 4K120P video recording like EOS R5. In order to support 8K video shooting, the EXPEED processor will also be upgraded, and the auto focus will also be improved. It supports automatic object detection. Focus function.

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In terms of sensitivity, Z9 supports ISO64–25600. The storage medium is CFexpress Type B dual card slot. The menu interface is similar to D6. The body will use Nikon EN-EL18x batteries. The prototype may be tested at the Tokyo Olympics next year. Also tested may also be the new Nikkor Z 400mm f/2.8 prime lens, which is priced between US$6,000 and US$7,000.

In addition, Nikon Rumors also stated that Nikon does not currently have plans for a high-pixel mirrorless camera Z8. Previously, there were rumors that Nikon was developing a 60-megapixel Z8 camera. Now it seems that Nikon has no plans to launch a product that will compete with Sony A7R4. Planned

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