Nikon Z9 flagship mirrorless camera without mechanical shutter design + 20fps RAW continuous shooting

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Nikon announced the latest flagship mirrorless camera Z9 at a global conference held on October 28. The Nikon Z9 uses an integrated body similar to the D6, and is equipped with a 45.7 million pixel sensor. And it can shoot 8K 30fps video and up to 20 fps RAW high-speed continuous shooting. For the first time, it adopts no mechanical shutter design and is equipped with a four-axis LCD screen that supports up, down, left, and right flips.

Nikon Z9 uses a newly developed 45.7 million pixel stacked (Stacked) back-illuminated CMOS sensor, giving it extremely fast reading speed. The fastest continuous shooting of 20fps RAW and 30fps JPEG files, the highest continuous shooting buffer (buffer) can exceed 1,000 JPEG or High-Efficiency RAW file photos. The Z9 has a high-speed continuous shooting mode that can shoot photos up to 120 fps when the resolution is set to 11 million. Nikon stated that it will capture photographic effects faster than the human eye. Because the scanning speed of the sensor element of the Z9 is the fastest on the market, the electronic shutter is comparable to the mechanical shutter, so the mechanical shutter design was abandoned for the first time. The Z9 electronic shutter has the fastest shutter speed of 1/32000 second, retaining the flash synchronization of 1/200 second.

In terms of the fuselage, Nikon Z9 adopts an all-alloy dust-proof and water-proof shell design, which is 20% smaller than the D6. The button design on the back of the machine is similar to that of the Z7II. There are 1000BASE-T LAN interface, Bluetooth and 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi function on the connection system. Built-in dual CFExpress Type-B card slots, HDMI Type-A and USB Type-C interfaces. The battery uses EN-EL18d, and it has a battery life of 700 frames when the LCD screen is turned on, and it has a battery life of 740 frames when using EVF.

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The Nikon Z9 is equipped with a 3.69 million-dot EVF, equipped with a Quad-VGA panel, which can be adjusted to a brightness of up to 3000cd/m2, allowing you to see the highlights and dark details more clearly. And there is no black screen effect in high-speed continuous shooting. The Nikon Z9 uses a 3.2-inch LCD screen and a four-axis design, which can be turned upside down when it is tilted upside down, and the LCD screen can also be turned upside down 90 degrees when shooting upside down.

Nikon Z9 uses a brand-new EXPEED 7 processor and has a brand-new focus system that can detect focus up to 120 times per second. It can identify 9 types of focus subjects through AI, including people, cats, dogs, birds, airplanes, trains, cars, motorcycles, and bicycles, and can summarize high-speed photography such as sports, ecology, and automobiles. Nikon also added a 3D tracking focus function to the mirrorless for the first time, which can more accurately track moving subjects that are constantly changing positions. When shooting in auto focus mode, the focus system will automatically detect the subject in focus, without the need to manually adjust or change any settings. Nikon Z9 also has a Vibration Reduction body anti-vibration system, which can cooperate with the lens to reduce photo blur.

In terms of video shooting, Nikon Z9 can shoot up to 8K 30p, and can over-sampling to shoot 4K 30p or down-sampling to shoot 4K 120p video, and can be stored in 10bit H.264 or H.265 format. Nikon stated that the Z9 can record continuously for approximately 125 minutes at 8K/30p, and it also provides ProRes 422 HQ compression options. Nikon also stated that it will add 12bit 8K 60fps recording capability to the Z9 through a software update in the future, and store it in the new format of N-RAW.

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Source: PetaPixel

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