If it excites you, do it. If it inspires you, live it.
First impressions of the Nikon Z 6 with food & lifestyle photographer Dominique Cherry
Your vision. Your voice.
Bring your ideas into the light. When you have a fast full-frame sensor to shoot with you have the power to make your mark.
Big mount. Big impact.
The wide 55 mm mount diameter means your Z series camera takes in more light. Just 16 mm between the mount and the camera’s full-frame image sensor means more of that light reaches the sensor.
Inspired by light
100–51200 ISO. Inspired, even after dark.
From 3am city scenes to low-light portraits, you have the freedom to catch details in the dark.
That look. That moment.
Easy subject tracking
Sometimes a lot is going on at the same time. So it is mandatory to be able to switch quickly between moving subjects in your frame. Or fixing the focus tracking on precisely one subject and not to get diverted by others. Customize the camera or lens Fn buttons to enable subject tracking in auto-area AF mode any time needed, experiencing DSLR-like operation.
Timing is everything
12 fps continuous shooting. Find full frames of beauty inside the action.
If you can see it – you can catch it
Compose freely. Nikon’s advanced 3686k-dot electronic viewfinder keeps the view smooth. The ultra-bright, ultra-sharp EVF doesn’t leave anything out of the frame.
ProRes RAW from camera RAW
Gain maximum flexibility when shooting video. The Nikon Z 6 can output a 12-bit RAW video stream to an external recorder such as the Atomos Ninja V.³ ⁴ The video stream is recorded as ProRes RAW,⁵ giving you maximum flexibility when grading, and extended detail in bright and dark areas. This functionality can be activated at a Nikon service centre.
¹ As of August 23rd 2018
² Based on CIPA standards
³ In order to be compatible with Nikon RAW video, Atomos Ninja V external recorders may also require a firmware update. For more information, please check the Atomos website.
⁴ Ready your Z 6 camera for 12-bit RAW video output. Please download the latest firmware update and then take your camera to a Nikon service centre to activate RAW. Costs may be incurred when activating RAW, please enquire at the service centre.
Download the latest firmware here
Find your Nikon service centre here
⁵ ProRes RAW is a RAW video format developed by Apple Inc. in 2018.
⁶ Type B CFexpress cards manufactured by Sony, ProGrade and Lexar are supported. More card brands will be added in the future through firmware updates.
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