The long-awaited Nikon mirrorless camera is going to be launched in just three days. After four teasers that didn’t tell us quite so much, the fifth one shows a bit more of the upcoming camera. It also shares the first impressions of the people who used it, and there’s even a quick look on the F-mount adapter.
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New Nikon mirrorless teaser suggests they may ditch DSLRs completely
A new teaser released by Nikon for their new mirrorless camera suggests that they might be ditching the DSLR completely. It also offers a bit better look at the body & lens mount. It also suggests that the new mirrorless camera could be aimed squarely at professional users – which would make a lot of sense.
The fourth teaser for Nikon mirrorless hints at Noct-Nikon lenses
A week ahead of the official launch, Nikon has published another teaser of its upcoming mirrorless camera. This time, the short video puts focus on the lens. And from what we can see, it looks like the rumored Nikon Z-Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/0.95 might not only be a rumor.
New teaser for Nikon mirrorless gives us a glimpse of the camera body
We’re only days away from the official announcement of Nikon mirrorless camera. And while we wait for 23 August, Nikon is building hype by releasing teaser videos. In the latest one, we get to see a glimpse of the body of the upcoming camera. And judging from the teaser video – Nikon mirrorless camera looks quite a lot like DSLR.
The first teaser video for Nikon mirrorless camera has been published
Now that we know for sure that Nikon is joining the mirrorless party with new full frame cameras, we anxiously wait for news, specs and images. And Nikon has just announced a teaser video to reveal just a bit more about their upcoming full frame mirrorless camera.
Yongnuo is releasing a $50 35mm f/2 autofocus lens for Nikon Z mirrorless cameras
There aren’t too many third-party autofocus lenses on the market for Nikon Z mount. In fact, the only two that springs to mind are Yongnuo’s 85mm f/1.8 DF DSM and Tamron’s 70-200mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD, both released earlier this year. Now, Yongnuo’s about to release another one. A teaser posted to Yongnuo’s Facebook page, hints at an upcoming Yongnuo 35mm f/2Z DF DSM lens being released soon. Perhaps even later today.
There isn’t a lot of information in the image. There’s a diagram showing the focal length, maximum aperture and dimensions, but that’s pretty much it. It’s interesting to see Yongnuo pushing ahead with autofocus Z mount lenses, though, when almost nobody else is.
Nikon’s Z9 flagship is a 45-megapixel speed demon that shoots 8K video without overheating
The day has come: the Nikon Z9 has just been officially announced. After a few teaser videos and even a leak from no other than Nikon itself, we finally have complete information about the company’s latest flagship camera.
Nikon releases fourth Z9 teaser – confirms official release announcement tomorrow
Well, it looks like we won’t have to wait another week between the final teaser and the official announcement for Nikon’s upcoming new Z9 flagship mirrorless camera. The fourth and final teaser just went live and Nikon has also posted an official Z9 launch event, which will apparently last the entirety of October 28th, starting at 8am Eastern.
The fourth teaser hints at both the speed of the camera as well as its potential slow-motion video capabilities. Other than that, though, it doesn’t reveal much else. But, we don’t have long to wait now.
Nikon India accidentally leaks Nikon Z9 promo video – confirms 8K at 60fps and raw stills at 20fps
The Nikon Z9 is expected to be announced this week and we all suspected that there would probably be at least a couple of leaks leading up to the official announcement. What probably none of us expected is that it would be Nikon themselves who leaked it. But that appears to be exactly what’s happened.
Nikon India accidentally posted the Z9 promo video a little early. It’s since been removed, although it’s been downloaded and reposted in a bunch of locations and it confirms some of the specs for the upcoming camera.
Nikon promises up to 8 new Z mount lenses despite $262 million loss
Well, Nikon’s latest annual report is out and it shows a $262 million write off in losses. The report says that Nikon has been facing challenges from the declining demand for camera gear from professionals and hobbyists, increased competition, the global silicon shortage and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite this, Nikon will soon be releasing their new Z9 flagship mirrorless camera and according to Nikon president Toshikazu Umatate, they’ll be increasing their Z mount lens lineup from its current 22 up to “nearly 30”.
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