Nikon Z9 full-frame mirrorless camera launched at Rs 4,75,995

In India, Nikon has disclosed the price of their newest full-frame mirrorless Z9 camera: Rs. 4,75,995. According to Nikon's dual-stream technology, which uses a 45.7 megapixel stacking CMOS sensor, reading still photos and processing the images shown on the EVF or monitor as well as still images for recording may be done 12 times faster.

It has a 3.2-inch touchscreen image monitor with four-axis horizontal and vertical tilting. It makes use of deep learning technology, which is said to provide the broadest simultaneous topic detection for humans, animals, and vehicles. In addition, it asserts that it can simultaneously monitor nine subjects for movies and still images without switching back and forth to adjust settings.

When shooting videos, the subject identification feature is compatible with large-area AF (S) and (L), as well as auto-area tracking, 3D tracking, and other features. Additionally, the camera is capable of continuous 120 fps shooting.

Video can be recorded in 4K/30p/60p/120p and 8K30p on the Z9 camera. The camera, according to the manufacturer, is specifically made to disperse heat properly and enables users to record at 8K30p for up to 135 minutes. Additionally, a range of codecs are available for 4K recording with frame sizes and frame rates ranging from 24p to 120p.

The camera has Wi-Fi connectivity for connections, enabling direct image transfer without the use of a wireless transmitter (WT-6). Additionally, it is asserted that the picture processing engine EXPEED 7 will provide a quick communication experience when using wired and wireless internet.

"The Nikon Z 9 has a completely new design. The Nikon Z 9 is the perfect camera for individuals who want to capture elaborate weddings, action-packed racing events, brief wildlife moments, and cutting-edge fashion presentations. The best photographs will always be taken by professionals. the managing director of Nikon India, Sajjan Kumar, said.

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