Nikon has introduced an “unprecedented imaging expertise” by revealing it’s creating the Z9 full-frame flagship mirrorless digicam. The digicam will characteristic a newly-developed FX-format stacked CMOS sensor, a brand new processor, and assist 8K video.
Nikon shared scant few particulars about the digicam aside from a front-facing view and some obscure speaking factors. That mentioned, it’s par for the course for Nikon’s growth bulletins (the D6’s growth was announced in a similar way).
The corporate is saying that it guarantees the Z9 will carry collectively Nikon’s set of “groundbreaking applied sciences” to ship “the greatest nonetheless and video efficiency in Nikon historical past.” The digicam will supposedly meet the most superior wants of professions throughout all kinds of pictures genres. As talked about, it is going to make the most of a newly-developed stacked CMOS sensor and a brand new image-processing engine and the capability to document 8K.
Nikon does point out that 8K will solely be the most it may well shoot and talked about it is going to provide varied different video specs to “fulfill numerous wants and workflows.” This echoes a current interview with a Nikon govt who there promised the flagship Z digicam would provide video shooters a variety of selections.
“The Z9 embodies final usability as a instrument,” Nikon writes. “Providing customers an unprecedented imaging expertise from seize to workflow exceeding that of earlier digital-SLR and mirrorless cameras.”
As seen above, the Z9 will use the integrated-grip type physique, a favourite amongst some professionals as a result of the type issue permits for a fair taking pictures expertise regardless of orientation.
Nikon didn’t present additional particulars, together with an anticipated timeline for its launch.
Earlier in the present day, Nikon Rumors posted a really lengthy listing of anticipated options for the Z9, together with the title of the new digicam. The rumor additionally said that the digicam was examined with a variety of completely different megapixel sensors from 45-megapixels to a 60-megapixel model. Different options rumored embrace 20 frames per second via a blackout-free EVF (like the Sony Alpha 1 and Alpha 9 sequence), a 16-bit RAW choice, improved noise ranges, a brand new consumer interface, and improved noise ranges and higher dynamic vary. Nikon Rumors claims the digicam will likely be examined at the Tokyo Olympics and is anticipated to be launched in the fall of 2021.