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Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Camera with 24-70 mm Lens Kit and Mount Adapter
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  • Featuring a larger mount diameter, full-frame cmos sensor
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Cameras have come a long way and have evolved a lot. The Nikon Z6 Camera has CMOS Sensor. The Z6 features UHD 4K recording at up to 30p and can use the N-Log gamma profile along with the camera's 10-bit HDMI output to create cinema-quality video. The camera's high-resolution sensor also permits the use of an 8K Time-Lapse mode. It is resistant to bad weather conditions and can be carried across long distances for stunning photoshoots.

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For all your creative desires - Multifunctional FX-format mirrorless camera with excellent high-sensitivity performance and video features.

Designed with a compact body, while providing superior high-sensitivity performance and outstanding video features, the Z 6 - featuring 24.5 effective megapixels - is ready to excel in a broad range of shooting scenarios. Taking advantage of the new EXPEED 6 image-processing engine, it achieves a standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-51200, reducing noise effectively even at the higher end while maintaining resolution. Continuous shooting at up to approx. 12 fps is also available. Professional and amateur filmmakers alike will appreciate the camera’s wide array of movie functions, including full-pixel readout full-frame 4K UHD, Full HD 100/120p and 10-bit N-Log. The Z 6 offers all this in a streamlined system with the same level of reliability as Nikon D-SLRs, and the superior optical performance of NIKKOR Z lenses.


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Hold the future in the palm of your hands. Introducing the Z 6, the latest mirrorless camera from Nikon. Designed to capture your creative vision using ground-breaking technology, the Z 6 was inspired by Nikon’s legacy of unparalleled optical performance and craftsmanship. Built with a new mount system, a state-of-the-art sensor, and with a host of new features, the Z 6 puts years of innovation and photographic perfection within your grasp.


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* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Enter a new era of image quality with the Z 6. Featuring a larger mount diameter, full-frame CMOS sensor, new image-processing engine and a whole suite of new features, the Z 6 delivers a new standard of colour, clarity and sharpness. Come face to face with optical precision with an electronic viewfinder (EVF) beautifully crafted to perfection, and cinema-ready 4K UHD filming capabilities for an extra creative edge.


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* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


How Far Can Optical Performance Evolve?
Lenses take on the essential role of receiving information about subjects in the form of light. If the information transmitted by light can be conveyed to a camera’s image sensor in the purist possible form, could this be the next stage in the evolution of image expression? Based on this concept, Nikon's new Z mount mirrorless camera system is designed to enhance the optical performance of lenses thanks to a large-diameter mount and short flange focal distance. Overwhelmingly sharp resolution that reproduces every minute detail accurately, lens aberrations suppressed to the utmost, superior reproduction of point light sources, natural and beautiful bokeh: all of these factors flow forth from this one simple concept. NIKKOR Z lenses open up a new dimension in optical performance.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Nikkor Z 24-70MM F/4 S
Portable, High-Performance Standard Zoom Lens, With Superb Rendering That Can Transform Every Scene Into A Work Of Art Outstanding optical performance is realized by employing one aspherical ED glass, one ED glass and three aspherical lens elements. Featuring optical design that minimizes various lens aberrations across all focus distances, a frequently used focal-length range covering 24 to 70 mm, and a constant maximum aperture of f/4 throughout the entire zoom range, this lens can be applied to a wide range of fields and subjects. Sagittal coma flare is effectively reduced to ensure exquisite point-image reproduction of point light sources despite being a zoom lens. The easy-to-carry, lightweight body employs a retractable lens mechanism, resulting in high portability and superior operability that can reliably capture precious moments.


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* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Mount Adapter FTZ
The Vast Nikkor F Lens Lineup Continues To Shine Brightly With Nikon Mirrorless Cameras
The Mount Adapter FTZ allows Nikon D-SLR photographers to continue utilizing the outstanding performance of their NIKKOR F lenses seamlessly with the new mirrorless camera system. Approx. 360 NIKKOR F lenses are compatible with the FTZ, including 92 AF-P/AF-S/AF-I lenses that enable shooting with AF and AE.


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* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Eye-Detection AF For Easier Portrait Photography
In a much-anticipated improvement, Eye-Detection AF is now available in still shooting with the Z 6, offering a powerful tool for capturing portraits and snapshots. It’s able to achieve tack-sharp focus on your subject’s eye not only with AF-S (Single AF) mode, but also with AF-C (Continuous AF) mode - useful when your subject keeps changing their pose. As it’s capable of detecting multiple eyes, you can choose the preferred eye from a number of human subjects using the multi selector or sub-selector even when looking through the electronic viewfinder. After shooting, simply press the OK button to zoom in on the selected eye for easy focus confirmation.

AF Down To -6 EV - The Most Powerful AF For Dark Scenes
Firmware ver. 2.0 extends the Z 6’s focusing capability in low light situations for stills and videos. Now the limit goes down to -3.5 EV, for faster and more responsive AF in extremely dark scenes. What’s more, the Z 6 can now focus down to an astounding -6 EV when the low-light AF function is activated for still shooting, allowing you to capture subjects that are hard to discern with the naked eye.

AE Tracking In 12 FPS Continuous High-Speed (Extended) Mode
In addition to AF tracking, now full-time AE is also available in continuous high-speed (extended) mode, ensuring optimal exposure during continuous shooting even if the brightness of the scene changes. This makes the Z 6 the fastest in continuous shooting frame-rate among mirrorless cameras equipped with full-frame image sensors.

Delivering Superb Image Quality With NIKKOR Z Lenses - Backside Illumination Cmos Sensor FEATURING 24.5 Effective Megapixels And ISO 100-51200
At the heart of the Z 6 is a new FX-format backside illumination CMOS sensor, featuring 24.5 effective megapixels and focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels. It takes full advantage of NIKKOR Z lenses’ unparalleled optical performance, bringing a new level of sharpness to your images. What’s more, by increasing the volume of signal accumulated in the photodiodes as much as possible, the Z 6 achieves a standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-51200 (expandable to ISO 50-204800 equivalent) with advanced image processing by EXPEED 6. Focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels are efficiently distributed throughout the sensor, allowing it to provide accurate AF over a wide area of the frame. Meanwhile, the sensor’s copper-wiring circuits enable rapid read-out of AF information and the data from its 24.5 effective megapixels, while realizing continuous shooting at up to 12 fps.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Crisper Definition In Stills And Movies With A New Sharpness Parameter - Expeed 6
The new EXPEED 6 image-processing engine helps maximize the high resolving power of NIKKOR Z and NIKKOR F lenses, along with the camera’s image sensor performance. It’s designed to bring more sharpness to your images while effectively reducing noise, allowing the camera to achieve a maximum standard sensitivity of ISO 51200. The engine now supports a mid-range sharpening parameter for Picture Control, Nikon’s unique image creation system, which works together with the existing sharpening and clarity parameters to effectively enhance sharpness for both stills and videos. EXPEED 6 also offers diffraction compensation, which helps capture landscapes and cityscapes crisply even at slow apertures. And with the introduction of Creative Picture Controls, it enables you to create your own look more easily than ever before.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Pursue Your Own Look - Creative Picture Control
In addition to the conventional Picture Control, the Z 6 features 20 creative options that can be used to give an artistic look to your images instantly, encouraging you to explore your creativity further. The effect level is adjustable from 0 to 100 in 11 steps. It is also possible to create custom Picture Controls by altering each preset’s parameters - such as sharpening and contrast - in-camera, or using Picture Control Utility 2 on your computer. Creative Picture Controls are available in all exposure modes, as well as movie recording.

Reduced Image Blur At Smaller Apertures - Diffraction Compensation
With digital cameras, if you select a small aperture to increase depth of field when shooting cityscapes or landscapes, it may cause a loss of sharpness across the image due to diffraction. The Z 6’s newly employed diffraction compensation function automatically reduces the effects of diffraction when a small aperture is used. As a result, you can get the most out of the high resolving power of NIKKOR Z and NIKKOR F lenses and the camera’s image sensor.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Approx. 5.0-Stop Vibration Reduction For A Wide Variety Of Scenes - Nikon’s First In-Camera VR
The Z 6 incorporates an in-camera vibration reduction (VR) mechanism, providing an effect equivalent to a shutter speed up to approx. 5.0 stops faster. It detects camera shake using the image’s motion vector information as well as the gyro sensor, and then drives the vibration reduction unit to offer compensation in five directions: yaw, pitch, X, Y, and roll, which is likely to be noticeable in videos. It also works with NIKKOR F lenses, including non-VR lenses.

Accurate Focus Across 90% Of The Frame - 273-Point Hybrid AF System
To experience the image quality of the Z 6’s 24.5 effective megapixels and the high resolution of the NIKKOR Z lenses, extremely sharp focus is essential. The Z 6 adopts a newly developed hybrid AF system that offers extremely wide coverage - approx. 90% of the frame both horizontally and vertically with 273 focus points. Using an AF algorithm that’s optimized for the FX-format sensor, it achieves focus on the subject, utilizing focal-plane phase-detection AF or contrast-detect AF as appropriate. Thanks to its wide coverage, it can also focus on subjects in the periphery, bringing a new level of creative freedom. What’s more, the NIKKOR Z lenses are designed to meet a stricter AF standard, ensuring high-resolution performance and superior AF accuracy. And when shooting stills of dark scenes, activating the camera’s low-light AF function offers AF down to -6 EV.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Flexible Autofocus Options For Every Scenario - Six AF-Area Modes
Pinpoint AF
Uses a focus area half the size of single-point AF to attain precise focus on a very small area of the subject - particularly useful for capturing subjects such as the pistil of a flower, or an intricately designed accessory.

Single-Point AF
Focuses on the subject using just the selected focus point. This is ideal when you want to achieve focus on a particular part of a stationary subject, such as a person’s eye.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Dynamic-Area AF
Focuses on the subject using the selected focus point. If the subject briefly leaves the selected point, the camera will focus based on information from the surrounding AF points.

Wide-Area AF (S/L)
Captures a subject with a wider focus area. Two AF area size options are available, depending on the size of the subject.

Auto-Area AF
Using information from all focus points, the camera automatically detects the main subject and focuses on it. When “On” is selected for “Auto-area AF face detection,” the camera automatically detects faces, and users can choose which face to focus on if there is more than one. Thanks to a newly developed face-detection and subject-tracking algorithm, the AF can keep tracking a subject’s face if they turn their head or briefly look away.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Reliable Auto Control Technology Inherited From Renowned Nikon D-Slrs - Advanced Scene Recognition System
The Z 6 incorporates a range of auto controls to help you obtain optimum results, using the Advanced Scene Recognition System. The camera uses the image sensor to recognize various conditions of the scene, then utilizes this information to ensure accuracy in auto exposure, autofocus, auto white balance and other auto controls, including “natural light auto” white balance and Picture Control Auto. The system also makes it possible to achieve effective flicker reduction - both in still photography and movie recording.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Natural View, Like Using An Optical Viewfinder - Selectable “Apply Settings To Live View” Function
The great advantage of using a mirrorless camera is the ability to confirm the effects of settings such as white balance and Picture Control before you shoot, using the EVF and monitor. However, some users may find it more important to focus on subject confirmation - the same as using a conventional optical viewfinder in a D-SLR - rather than see how the final image will look. If you select “Off” for “Apply settings to live view,” the EVF and monitor will display a similar color, brightness and contrast to what you would get with an optical viewfinder, allowing you to confirm the subject easily. This gives you the flexibility to choose the appropriate mode, according to your needs.

Instant Setting Changes - Quick Setting Using I Menu
Pressing the i button while shooting provides instant access to various settings on the i menu. It lets you intuitively change settings while looking through the EVF, using the main command dial and sub-command dial. You can also flexibly customize the functions assigned on the i menu and their layout.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Take Full Control Over Focusing - Four Functions For Smoother Mf Operation
Some photographers prefer to use manual focusing instead of AF depending on the subject, and the Z 6 provides four confirming functions to realize maximum focus precision. You can zoom in on the image to confirm focus in detail by pressing the zoom in button before shooting. The electronic rangefinder indicates if the subject is in focus, or if the focus point is far in front or behind. When focus is achieved, the selected focus point turns green, allowing even easier confirmation. Meanwhile, the focus distance indicator* at the bottom of the display shows where focus is obtained, between infinity and the minimum range. Finally, when focus peaking display is enabled, the camera automatically detects the highest-contrast edges in the scene and highlights them in a designated color.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Sophisticated Operability And Exterior Design - Portable And Ergonomic Camera Body
Photographers want a compact camera system, but sometimes this means sacrificing operability. Nikon tackled this problem head-on, to create a system that delivers superior operability, in spite of its compact size. The camera’s grip is designed for firm grasp and takes into account the comfortable positioning of even the little finger. The operational controls, including a sub-selector, AF-ON button, ISO button and exposure compensation button, are carefully arranged to allow quick operation using the right hand in a shooting posture. A handy top display panel enables users to confirm various information at a glance. And the metallic rings around the Z mount and the root of NIKKOR Z lenses have the same look and feel, to provide a sense of unity as a system.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Greater Convenience In The Field - Touch-Operable, Tilting 8-Cm/3.2-In., Approx. 2100k-Dot Monitor
The Z 6’s large, high-resolution tilting monitor offers touch-panel functionality. You can pinch and swipe to review images or confirm focus precisely, making full use of the approx. 2100k-dot high-resolution display. The monitor allows you to shoot from both high and low angles, giving greater flexibility and creativity in your shooting.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Distillation Of Nikon’s Accumulated Design And Production Expertise - Robust Body With Superior Dust And Drip Resistance
The compact design of the Z 6 is handy not only for everyday shooting but also when traveling to harsh, remote areas. Its body incorporates magnesium alloy in its front, back and top covers to offer reliable robustness, with a rigorously conceived design based on impact and drop simulations and quality tests conducted repeatedly throughout the development process. Effective sealing, equivalent to the D850, is applied to the joints of each exterior cover, as well as components such as the shutter-release button and battery-chamber cover. Sealing is also employed in the NIKKOR Z lenses and Mount Adapter FTZ, to enhance total reliability as a system.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Tested For 200,000 Cycles - Durable, High-Precision Shutter
The Z 6 employs a highly accurate shutter unit capable of speeds of 1/8000 s. To ensure durability, it uses the same brake mechanism and shutter blade material adopted by the D850, and has been tested for 200,000 cycles while actually loaded in the camera. It also incorporates a leaf spring switch for the shutter-release button, the same as the D850, allowing it to respond to a delicate touch for fewer missed opportunities.


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More Convenient Focus Stacking - Focus Shift Photography
When shooting a scene containing various subjects at different focus distances, or creating specimen pictures of insects and flowers, photographers may want to bring everything into sharp focus. The Z 6’s focus shift photography function enables you to shoot sequences of up to 300 frames, while gradually and automatically shifting focus position from the start point to infinity. The shutter release interval and the focus step width can be selected. Moreover, the Z 6 employs a new peaking stack image function that creates a monochrome preview image automatically to confirm the areas in focus before combining the pictures - making focus stacking more convenient than ever.

Nail A Shot Without Any Mechanical Vibration Or Shutter Release Sound - Silent Photography
The Z 6’s silent photography function prevents shutter sound or mechanical vibration by utilizing an electronic shutter, allowing you to make full use of the camera’s 24.5 effective megapixels in a broad variety of scenes.


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Push Your Imagination Further With Image Overlays - Multiple Exposure Options
Multiple exposure photography lets you expand your creative options, and produce striking, one-of-a-kind images without using a computer. The Z 6 offers four overlay modes - add, average, lighten and darken - and displays a semi-transparent view of the overlay image being created, making it easier to confirm the composition when taking the next shot. Furthermore, it lets you select a RAW file stored in the memory card to use as the first image of the overlay. If your last shot doesn’t meet your satisfaction, you can delete, reshoot and replace it easily. The Z 6 can also save the RAW files used for your multiple exposure, allowing you to use them individually.

Direct Connection With Built-In Wi-Fi For Faster Image Transfers - Snapbridge Ver. 2.5
SnapBridge enriches your image experience by connecting your camera and smart device seamlessly. In addition to connection via Bluetooth, the new SnapBridge ver. 2.5 offers direct connection via built-in Wi-Fi® It makes it easier to transfer images (JPEG) and videos to a smart device and to shoot remotely.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Direct Connection To A Computer - Built-In Wi-Fi
With the Z 6, built-in Wi-Fi isn’t just for connection with your smart device: you can also use it to directly connect the camera to your computer. Original JPEG and RAW images as well as videos can be transferred at up to approx. 433 Mbps for editing on computer. There are two modes available: camera access point mode, which supports direct connection between computer and camera; and station (STA) mode, which allows connection via a router. Dual-band communication is now supported, making it possible to choose 5 GHz band in STA mode for faster communication, in addition to 2.4 GHz band.

Extend The Possibilities Of Flash Photography - Nikon Creative Lighting System
The Z 6 supports Nikon Creative Lighting System, which makes it easy to produce striking images by adding lights to your shooting scenes. Used in combination with Nikon Speedlights, it enables a range of advanced and versatile lighting options, letting you bring dynamism to your subjects, according to your intentions.

Flexible, Easy Flash Control For Elaborate Lighting Indoors Or Out - SB-5000 Speedlight With Radio-Controlled System
Whether you’re shooting indoors or outdoors, the SB-5000 Speedlight gives you complete mastery over your lighting. It can communicate via radio from distances up to approx. 30 m/98 ft with minimum interference from obstacles or ambient lighting (radio-controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting). This makes wireless lighting possible even in bright situations, as well as letting you render your subjects more impressively and flexibly - for example, by illuminating from the side or adding backlight. Despite featuring powerful output at a guide number of 34.5/113 (m/ft, ISO 100), the SB-5000 can fire consecutively for longer than conventional models thanks to its built-in cooling system. Advanced Wireless Lighting with optical-controlled units such as the SB-910 is also possible with the Z 6.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Flexible Remote Shooting Control - WR-1, WR-R10/WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controllers (Optional)
Wireless remote controllers bring an array of options to your photography. When you want to release the shutter wirelessly to prevent camera shake caused by button operation, or release multiple cameras to shoot your subject from various angles, you need the WR-1 and WR-R10/WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controllers. The WR-1 and WR-T10 can both be configured as a transmitter, and release the shutter of a camera with another WR-1 or WR-R10 attached. When using the WR-1 as a transmitter, it’s also possible to perform interval timer photography, and use its screen to confirm and change settings of the remote camera. WR-1 units communicate via 2.4 GHz radio frequencies, offering a communication range of up to 120 m/394 ft with 15 channels. The WR-R10/WR-T10 can communicate within a range of up to 20 m/66 ft.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Fast Wired/Wireless Lan Transfer For Professional Use - Wt-7/A/B/C Wireless Transmitter(Optional)
The optional WT-7/A/B/C Wireless Transmitter provides a faster way to securely transfer images to storage. It can transmit images and movies to a computer or FTP server via both wired and wireless LAN. It’s faster and more stable than connecting to a computer via built-in Wi-Fi and also provides a wide range of features that meet the needs of professionals. Wired LAN supports 1000BASE-T and delivers transmission speeds of up to approx. 1000 Mbps, while wireless LAN supports IEEE802.11ac and enables transmission at up to approx. 866.7 Mbps, over distances of up to approx. 200 m/656.1 ft. The WT-7/A/B/C also offers two methods for controlling the camera remotely. Camera control mode allows wireless remote operation from a computer using the optional Camera Control Pro 2 software, while HTTP server mode lets you control the camera remotely using the web browser on a computer or smart device.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Versatile Remote Control From A Computer - Camera Control Pro 2(Optional)
Nikon’s Camera Control Pro 2 lets you remotely control the Z 6 from a computer connected via wired or wireless LAN. You can use it to control almost all the camera functions, such as playback, changing settings like AF and metering modes, as well as movie recording. It also lets you use unified flash control, enabling you to change the settings of SB-5000 Speedlight units. In studios as well as outdoors, it makes remote camera control more versatile and more efficient.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Raw File Processing Software With Color Control Points - Capture Nx-D (Free Download)
Nikon’s Capture NX-D software is the best way to process original RAW (NEF/NRW) files without losing any of their extremely rich data. You can adjust options such as exposure compensation, white balance, Picture Control, Active D-Lighting and noise reduction using a slider. It also incorporates color control points that let you edit the hue, brightness, saturation, contrast, etc. of a selected area. JPEG and TIFF files are also compatible.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Optimal Management Of Still Images And Movies - Viewnx-I (Free Download)
ViewNX-i allows browsing and simple editing of JPEG, RAW and movie files, including 4K UHD footage. It also lets users save a frame from a movie as a still image.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


AF System Optimized For Video Shooting With Wide Coverage - 231-Point Focal-Plane Phase-Detection AF
The Z 6’s AF system allows you to capture videos with confidence. It has 231 AF points that cover a wide area of the frame, giving you greater creative freedom in your compositions. Hybrid AF - developed specifically for the Z system - utilizes a new AF algorithm and provides focus performance that’s optimized for movies, while reducing wobbling. A choice of four AF-area modes for videos - single-point AF, wide-area AF (S/L) and auto-area AF - brings added flexibility. When used together with NIKKOR Z lenses, which employ a rigorous standard for AF accuracy, it’s possible to achieve even more precise focus. Your movies will show exceptional sharpness in the focused area, even when played back on a huge monitor or screen. What’s more, the quieter AF of NIKKOR Z lenses prevents noise being recorded. You can also utilize AF-S, AF-I, AF-P NIKKOR F lenses with AF via the Mount Adapter FTZ.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


AF Control That More Closely Matches Your Intentions - Af-C Mode In Video Recording
The Z 6 newly offers AF-C as a movie focus mode. By pressing the AF-ON button during movie recording, you can flexibly control when AF starts and stops. Used in combination with AF speed and AF tracking sensitivity options, this mode also makes it possible to use “focus pull” techniques, to make scenes more impressive. AF-C allows you to take full advantage of the shallow depth-of-field and beautiful bokeh effects that an FX-format sensor and NIKKOR Z lenses offer.

More Customizable Af Control - Adjustable Af Speed And Tracking Sensitivity
Focusing speed and the smoothness of focus transitions when switching between subjects can make a huge difference in movies. The Z 6 lets you customize the speed and tracking sensitivity of AF when filming videos. AF speed is adjustable in 11 steps, between “Slow” (-5) and “Fast” (+5). At lower levels, focus is achieved slowly, making scenes look more cinematic. AF tracking sensitivity can be adjusted in 7 steps, from “High” (1) to “Low” (7). Select a higher sensitivity if you want to switch focus quickly to the next subject, and a lower sensitivity for maintaining focus on the current subject for longer.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Moviemaking For The Future - Nikkor Z Lenses Offer New Levels Of Sharpness, Minimized Aberrations, Beautiful Bokeh And Superior Operability
As a tool for next-generation image-makers, the Z system gives equal importance to movie and still photography. And the unparalleled optical performance of NIKKOR Z lenses, with their high resolving power and reduced aberration, produces footage that’s even sharper and clearer. NIKKOR Z lenses are also designed to reduce shifts in the angle of view when focusing (breathing), which is crucial in video recording. Their newly developed stepping motor enables quiet drive operation, while the new control ring also allows users to reduce the operational sound of designated functions such as focus, aperture or exposure compensation, achieving smoother control. NIKKOR Z lenses open up new possibilities for image-makers, letting them create movies that will amaze viewers both today and in a future dominated by increasingly high-megapixel displays.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Clear And Sharp Video Footage - Full-Frame 4K UHD Anf Full HD 120P/100P
The Z 6 lets you film breathtaking 4K UHD/30p videos that make full use of the image area of FX format. When shooting in FX-based movie format, it can output sharper 4K UHD video employing rich information equivalent to 6K, thanks to its full-pixel readout. Used together with NIKKOR Z lenses, it delivers even higher-resolution movies. What’s more, Active D-Lighting is now available in 4K UHD, preserving details in highlights and shadows even when shooting under harsh sunlight. The camera also introduces Full HD 120p/100p recording, including audio capture, providing more options in post-production. Meanwhile, the ability to capture Full HD ×4 and ×5 slow motion - processed in-camera - allows for instant dramatic expression. In addition, it is now possible to shoot still images at approx. 8.3 megapixels during 4K UHD video recording, and approx. 2 megapixels during Full HD.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Hybrid Vibration Reduction Effective For Videos - Five-Axis In-Camera Vr And Electronic Vibration Reduction
The Z 6 utilizes a highly accurate gyro sensor and original algorithm that Nikon has refined for conventional lens VR. This compensates for vibration on five axes: yaw, pitch, X, Y, and roll, which is likely to be noticeable in videos. By choosing the “Sport” VR mode, vibration that might occur during movie recording can be effectively suppressed. It can also work together as a hybrid VR system with electronic vibration reduction(*1), available in 4K UHD and Full HD, whether you use NIKKOR Z lenses or NIKKOR F lenses. This delivers an even more apparent effect. The VR unit employs a lock mechanism that automatically fixes the image sensor when the camera is switched off, preventing the VR unit from damage by accidental impacts when carrying the camera around. This mechanism also makes it possible to avoid even the tiniest alteration in composition during time-lapse and interval timer photography.


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Richer Tonality For Professional Post-Production - 10-Bit N-Log
If you’re looking to produce professional-quality video pieces, N-Log is your ideal partner, letting you take advantage of extensive color depth range in 4:2:2 10-bit HDMI output. It captures up to approx. 1.07 billion colors and a wide dynamic range at 12 stops and 1300%, recording richer gradation information in highlights and shadows to allow for more effective color grading. The camera also has a “View assist” function that displays simple gradation compensation while recording with N-Log, which is useful for confirming the final look of the footage.


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* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Record 8-Bit 4k Uhd Data Syncing With The Camera - Hdmi Output And Atomos Open Protocol Support
Some filmmakers prefer to record footage both to an external HDMI recorder and to an in-camera memory card for backup. The Z 6 allows simultaneous recording of uncompressed 8-bit 4K UHD movie files onto such devices. It also supports Atomos Open Protocol and syncs the start/stop of 4K UHD and Full HD recording on the in-camera memory card and an HDMI recorder* connected to the camera, when the camera’s movie-recording button is pressed.

More Effective Sharpness Adjustments - Mid-Range Sharpening And Quick Sharp For Picture Controls
The Z 6 introduces a mid-range sharpening parameter* for Picture Control, Nikon’s image creation system. It sits between the existing clarity parameter, which adjusts overall sharpness, and sharpening, which adjusts the appearance of details and patterns. Used together, they give you finer control over the various textures within the frame to make them look sharper or softer. If you want to control sharpening, clarity and mid-range sharpening in a simpler way, “quick sharp” is available to adjust them with a single slider.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Rich Image Information For Easy Post-Production Editing - Picture Control Flat
If you are new to video, shooting in Picture Control Flat gives you footage that can be easily manipulated in post-production to achieve your preferred look. This option utilizes a nearly straight tone curve, which allows you to acquire as much information as possible - including subject colors, brightness and texture. It enables effective color grading using simple adjustments of the tone curve, without requiring technical knowledge of N-Log.

Pursue Your Own Look - Creative Picture Control
If you want to create videos with a unique look without spending time on post-production editing, the Z 6’s Creative Picture Control offers 20 options for giving your footage a radically different appearance. You can also adjust the effect level, ranging from 0 to 100, to explore your creativity further.

Reliable Auto Control Technology Inherited From Renowned Nikon D-Slrs - Advanced Scene Recognition System
The Z 6 incorporates a range of auto controls to help you achieve optimum results, using the Advanced Scene Recognition System. The camera uses the image sensor to recognize various conditions of the scene, then utilizes this information to ensure accuracy in auto exposure, autofocus, auto white balance and other auto controls, including “natural light auto” white balance and Picture Control Auto. The system also makes it possible to deliver effective flicker reduction - both in movie recording and still photography.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Expanding Your Moviemaking Territory - Slim, Compact Body With Enhanced Operability And Unparalleled Robustness
The Z 6 was designed based on stringent principles of reliability inherited from Nikon D-SLRs, which have earned the trust of a wide range of users including professionals. The Z 6 features effective sealing, equivalent to the D850, applied to the joints of each exterior cover, as well as components such as the shutter-release button and battery-chamber cover. Sealing is also employed for the NIKKOR Z lenses and Mount Adapter FTZ, to enhance the overall reliability of the system. Magnesium alloy is used for

the front, back and top covers of the camera body to achieve superior robustness and durability, while remaining lightweight. The camera’s compact yet sturdy body makes filming possible even in harsh environments.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Get A Clear And Comfortable View Of Your Subjects - Approx. 3690k-Dot Quad-Vga Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) Incorporating Nikon’s Superior Optical And Image-Processing Technology
Viewfinder visibility is crucial for photographers. In developing a video creator camera system, Nikon didn’t just aim for impressive specifications. The Z 6’s electronic viewfinder boasts an organic EL panel, approx. 100% frame coverage and approx. 0.8× magnification*, with an approx. 37.0 degree diagonal viewing angle. But it also draws on Nikon’s superior optical and image-processing technology to ensure a clear and comfortable view with reduced aberration and minimum eyestrain, even during extended shoots. Furthermore, fluorine coat is applied to the eyepiece protection window, reducing flare while repelling dirt. Even when filming under harsh lighting, the electronic viewfinder lets you clearly confirm your subjects across the entire frame.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Greater Convenience In The Field - Touch-Operable, Tilting 8-Cm/3.2-In., Approx. 2100k-Dot Monitor
The Z 6’s large, high-resolution tilting monitor offers touch-panel functionality. You can focus during movie recording by touch, or review videos with the approx. 2100k-dot high-resolution display. The monitor’s tilting structure lets you confirm the video comfortably while shooting, even when the camera is mounted on a video tripod or stabilizer.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Accurate Manual Focus Confirmation - Focus Peaking Display In 4k UHD
Many professional videographers use manual focus for accurate focusing. The Z 6’s focus peaking display - now available in 4K UHD, as well as Full HD - allows precise confirmation of focus in manual mode. The camera detects the scene’s highest-contrast edges and highlights them in a designated color. You can choose to display highlights in red, yellow, blue or white, according to your subject’s own coloration, and adjust between three levels of detection sensitivity. For added convenience, this peaking information will not be recorded on external devices connected via HDMI.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Customizable Highlight Confirmation That’s Easier To Use - Highlight Display
Highlight display using zebra patterns helps you confirm overblown highlights. You can adjust the level of brightness, to be indicated between 180-255 depending on your needs. What’s more, the zebra patterns come in two varieties, selectable according to the patterns and textures of your subjects.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Efficient Footage Synchronization - Timecode Support
Many videographers shoot movies using more than one camera and combine the footage after shooting. The Z 6 can record a timecode in video data, as well as including it with footage saved to an external recorder via HDMI, making it easier to synchronize footage and sounds from multiple devices in post-production. The camera also supports drop frame, which compensates time code discrepancies that occur due to differences between the original 30p or 60p video frame rate and the actual frame rate for broadcasting.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Easily Produce High-Quality 4k Uhd Time-Lapse Movies - In-Camera Time-Lapse Movie Function
If you want to create high-resolution time-lapse movies without the need for post-production editing, the Z 6’s in-camera, full-frame 4K UHD time-lapse movie function comes in handy. The camera automatically converts full-pixel still images into high-quality 4K UHD time-lapse video. This is also available in Full HD, as well as silent in-camera time-lapse photography.

Shoot Without Any Shutter Release Sound, Mechanical Vibration Or Mechanical Wear - Silent Option For Time-Lapse And Interval Timer Photography
With the Z 6’s silent photography function*, you can shoot outdoors for hours at night without worrying about the shutter release sound. It also prevents mechanical vibration, making it ideal for capturing scenes such as starry night skies where you want to avoid the tiniest image blur. And since there is no mechanical wear, it is suitable for shooting interval timer sequences that require a huge number of images.

An Easy Way To Shoot Time-Lapse Sequences Of Starry Night Skies - Exposure Smoothing With Extended Low-Light Metering Range
Capturing overnight star movements is a popular application for time-lapse videos. Nikon’s unique exposure smoothing function reduces subtle exposure variations between frames in time-lapse and interval timer shooting, which can create unattractive flickering effects when converted into video. What’s more, it extends exposure metering capability beyond -3 EV and lets you shoot starry night skies using aperture-priority auto mode when employed with silent mode. Photographers can enjoy shooting star movements from midnight until dawn, when brightness changes significantly, in one continuous sequence.

Huge Time Savings In Post-Production - In-Camera Raw Batch Processing
Shooting in RAW gives greater leeway in post-production, letting photographers draw the most from the images they capture. However, processing RAW has always been extremely time-consuming. The Z 6 resolves this issue by offering a convenient, in- camera RAW batch-processing feature, which enables you to quickly apply the same adjustments to selected images. It can process 1000 RAW files in approx. 34 minutes.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Rapid Reading And Writing Of Data - XQD Memory Card
The Z 6 supports XQD memory cards, enabling fast reading and writing of the vast data generated from its image sensor. It will also support CFexpress (Type B) cards via a forthcoming firmware update, for use in a broader variety of professional applications.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Direct Connection To A Computer - Built-In Wi-Fi
With the Z 6, built-in Wi-Fi isn’t just for connection with your smart device: you can also use it to directly connect the camera to your computer. Original JPEG and RAW images as well as videos can be transferred at up to approx. 433 Mbps for editing on computer. There are two modes available: camera access point mode, which supports direct connection between computer and camera; and station (STA) mode, which allows connection via a router. Dual-band communication is now supported, making it possible to choose 5 GHz band in STA mode for faster communication, in addition to 2.4 GHz band.

Direct Connection With Built-In Wi-Fi For Faster Image Transfers - Snapbridge Ver. 2.5
SnapBridge enriches your image experience by connecting your camera and smart device seamlessly. In addition to connection via Bluetooth, the new SnapBridge ver. 2.5 offers direct connection via built-in Wi-Fi. It makes it easier to transfer images (JPEG) and videos to a smart device and to shoot remotely.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

 


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


Fast Wired/Wireless Lan Transfer For Professional Use - WT-7/A/B/C Wireless Transmitter (Optional)
The optional WT-7/A/B/C Wireless Transmitter provides a faster way to securely transfer images and videos to storage. It can transmit images and movies to a computer or FTP server via both wired and wireless LAN. It’s faster and more stable than connecting to a computer via built-in Wi-Fi, and also provides a wide range of features that meet the needs of professionals. Wired LAN supports 1000BASE-T and delivers transmission speeds of up to approx. 1000 Mbps, while wireless LAN supports IEEE802.11ac and allows transmission at up to approx. 866.7 Mbps, over distances of up to approx. 200 m/656.1 ft. The WT-7/A/B/C also offers two methods for controlling the camera remotely. Camera control mode enables wireless remote operation from a computer using the optional Camera Control Pro 2 software, while HTTP server mode lets you control the camera remotely using the web browser on a computer or smart device.


* This Nikkon Z6 DSLR image is forillustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


How Far Can Optical Performance Evolve?
Lenses take on the essential role of receiving information about subjects in the form of light. If the information transmitted by light can be conveyed to a camera’s image sensor in the purist possible form, could this be the next stage in the evolution of image expression? Based on this concept, Nikon's new Z mount mirrorless camera system is designed to enhance the optical performance of lenses thanks to a large-diameter mount and short flange focal distance. Overwhelmingly sharp resolution that reproduces every minute detail accurately, lens aberrations suppressed to the utmost, superior reproduction of point light sources, natural and beautiful bokeh: all of these factors flow forth from this one simple concept. NIKKOR Z lenses open up a new dimension in optical performance.


Specifications

Camera Focus Controls

    No of Focus Points
    273
    Manual Focus
    Yes
    Autofocus
    Yes

Controls & Convenience

    Dust Reduction
    Yes

Default Lens Spec

    Max. Magnification
    0.8x
    Focal Length
    24-70 mm
    Lens Picture Angle
    170 degree

General Information

    Compatible Lenses
    Z mount NIKKOR lenses F mount NIKKOR lenses with mount adapter
    Lens Mount
    Nikon Z Mount
    Model
    Z6
    Interchangeable Lens
    Yes

Camera Body

    Width
    13.4 cms
    Height
    10.05 cms

DSLR Exposure Controls

    Metering Modes
    Matrix metering Center-weighted metering: Weight of 75% given to 12 mm circle in center of frame; weighting can instead be based on average of entire frame Spot metering: Meters 4 mm circle (about 1.5% of frame) centered on selected focus point Highlight-weighted metering
    Min Shutter Speed
    1/200
    Shutter Priority
    Yes
    ISO
    100-51200

DSLR Flash Related

    Flash
    Yes

In The Box & Warranty

    In The Box
    Body Cap, Rubber Eyecup (comes attached to camera), EN-EL15b Rechargeable Li-ion, Battery with terminal cover, MH-25a Battery Charger (comes with either an AC wall adapter or power cable of a type and shape that varies with the country or region of sale), AN-DC19 Strap, HDMI/USB Cable Clip, UC-E24 USB Cable, BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover

Display, Viewfinder Related

    Diopter Adjustment
    -4 to +2 m
    Viewfinder Magnification
    Approx. 0.8x (50 mm lens at infinity, -1.0 m)
    Touch Screen
    Yes
    Screen Resolution
    3840 x 2160 - Ultra HD
    Display Type
    TFT LCD
    Viewfinder Type
    Electronic

Additional Features

    Features
  • Experience Groundbreaking Optical Technology In Every Shot
  • Dust and Moisture Resistance - Perfect For the Great Outdoors
  • Tilting TFT Touch-Sensitive LCD With 170 Degree Viewing Angle
  • Electronic Vibration Reduction
  • Focus Can Be Locked By Pressing Shutter-Release Button Halfway

DSLR Setings

    4K Movie Recording
    Yes
    Aperture Priority
    Yes
    Exposure Compensation
    -5 to +5 EV in increments of 1/3 or 1/2 EV available in modes P, S, A, and M
    AE Bracketing
    Exposure, Flash, White Balance, ADL
    Operating Humidity
    85% or less (no condensation)
    Manual Exposure Mode
    Yes
    HDR
    Yes
    Thickness
    6.75 cms
    Operating Temperature
    0 degree C to 40 degree C
    Zoom Method
    Rotary (internal)
    Self-Timer
    Yes
    Time Lapse Video
    Yes
    Audio Formats
    LPCM, AAC

Connectivity Details

    Wi-Fi
    Yes

Physical Dimensions

    Tripod Mount
    Yes

Photo Image Related

    Effective Pixels
    24.5 MP

Camera Connectivity

    USB
    Yes
    HDMI
    Yes

Camera Sensor Related

    Sensor Type
    CMOS

Battery Related

    Battery Type
    Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)

Camera Dimensions

    Weight
    675 grams
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