Nikon has pioneered the development of the Nikon Z9 appears to be very similar to Nikon’s pro-level DSLR sports cameras. The full-frame (Nikon FX-format) mirrorless camera will be available in 2021, and it will be a major technological and performance transition.
What’s in for us?
♦ The Nikon Z 9 combines Nikon’s ground-breaking technology to offer the best still and video output in Nikon history, satisfying the advanced needs of professionals in a variety of genres. It has a new image-processing engine and a newly designed FX-format stacked CMOS sensor.
♦ It includes support for 8K video recording, as well as a variety of other video requirements that meet a variety of needs and workflows, in result of the growing needs of professionals, specialised enthusiasts, and cinematographers. The Z 9 epitomises ultimate usability as a tool that provides users with an unrivalled imaging experience, from capture to workflow, that surpasses that of former digital-SLR and mirrorless cameras.
But for the time being, all of this is just speculation. Nikon hasn’t provided a clear release date for the Z9, but it’s expected to arrive in the fourth quarter of this year. Nikon has stated that more detail on the camera will be released at a future date, but we’ll just really have to put it on hold and see how much the Japanese camera manufacturer can cram into the Nikon Z9.