- Tram Ho
After announcing its development schedule and an unsuccessful advertising campaign, Nikon recently announced its Nikon D6 high-end wildlife and sports camera .
The product uses the same 20.8MP Full-frame sensor of the previous D5, as well as keeps 4K / 30p recording and does not have the focus features on the sensors of recent models. The upgrade point is the new DSLR focus system, with 105 cross-type points and arguably the best focusing system ever from Nikon.
It has a ‘overlapping focus chip’ system, with focus points 1.6 times denser than the D5. These points can be assembled into clusters of 17 points for easy replacement during shooting, the machine can also focus intelligently when things go out of the area that the user has set before. The shutter speed has been a minor upgrade from 12fps to 14fps with full focus capability, 10.5fps in silent shooting mode.
Nikon also added a few connectivity features to make taking photos and transferring photos easier. We have 5GHz Wifi, USB Type-C port, 2 CFExpress card ports with high speed, the ability to perform many operations with just one button, the ability to capture 2 different JPEG images in one shot and up to 14 buttons custom.
Here is the Nikon D6 at different angles:
To compare subjectively, the Nikon D6 is not as impressive as the newly launched Canon 1DX mark III . It still uses the old sensor, does not have new video features and also lacks the ability to focus on the sensor (when using Live View), but with the object of the company that targets sports and animal photographers. The wild is still very good indeed.
Nikon D6 will be sold in April this year for $ 6500 for the camera body alone.
Source : Genk