If you have planned to switch to Nikon Z mirrorless system, perhaps now is a good time. Nikon has launched a trade-in program which offers discounts on Z6 and Z7 cameras if you hand over your working DLSR or mirrorless. And on top of your old camera’s value, you will get up to $400 additional discount.
You may love or hate the features of the new Nikon Z7, but it seems that many photographers want to get their hands on it as soon as possible. As a result, the company has received so many preorders, that it recently issued an apology to customers that the camera is selling so fast. Because of so many preorders, many photographers won’t be able to get their camera on 27 September, when it was supposed to start shipping.
The entire day of 23 August has been marked by the Nikon’s new mirrorless cameras and lenses. My teammate John and I call it “Nikon Mirrorless Day” and I must admit I feel a little festive. As the Nikon mirrorless system has been announced, the hands-on videos have started to emerge as well. We bring you a round-up of hands-on videos that have been published so far, so you can get an impression of the new Nikon Z system.
It’s the final countdown until the announcement of Nikon mirrorless cameras Z6 and Z7. And after a couple of leaks we’ve seen so far, now the official press renders have ended up online. We no longer need to form the picture based on teaser videos, leaked snapshots and sketches: this is what the upcoming Nikon Z cameras, lenses and an adapter look like.
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.
Ok, so round one of the Nikon full frame mirrorless rumours ends. It’s now time for round two to begin, as Nikon officially announces the development of a new Nikon full frame mirrorless camera.
Did you spot what I said there? “Camera” not “cameras”. This doesn’t discount the possibility of a second rumoured camera, or even an APS-C mirrorless, but they’re only officially confirming one body for now – and they haven’t said whether it’s the rumoured 24-25MP or 48MP camera.
Nikon D850 is officially out, and according to the specs, it’s pretty impressive. But other than just reading the specs, it’s great to see the camera in action. Therefore, we bring you a couple of hands-on videos taken by different photographers, displaying the features of the Nikon’s latest full-frame DSLR.
Photographer David Flores tested out the camera on behalf of B&H. Kai Wong got his hands on the pre-production model during the 100-anniversary celebration. Matt Higgs of Wex Photographic also shares his impressions and the camera preview. All in all, you’ll have plenty of material to see for yourself how Nikon D850 performs.
On their 100th anniversary, the company launched a teaser video for the newest camera model. The announcement is pretty vague this time. Instead of learning the full specs of the camera, we will learn only a few. But nevertheless, they’ll leave Nikon shooters in expectation.