Nikon has released two 30-second teaser trailers for the Nikon Z9 camera where Nikon say we need to ‘get ready to experience image-making like never before.’
Nikon fans will be excited to hear that Nikon has given the world a glimpse of the Nikon Z9 in a teaser video they’ve posted on their YouTube channel.
We still don’t have any update on specs, pricing or when the camera will be available but the video does give us a closer look at the Nikon Z9 that was announced earlier this year when Nikon said it would be the first flagship Z-mount camera. Nikon also confirmed that the Nikon Z9 would use a newly developed full-frame stacked CMOS sensor and a new processing engine. It will also shoot 8K video which means the camera will have a sensor with a resolution of at least 33.1 megapixels (as this is the resolution of an 8K frame).
From looking at the video, we can see that there’s a tilting screen and what appears to be a top smaller secondary display. There’s also a standard hot shoe, various dials/buttons which includes customisable buttons, a round eyepiece around the viewfinder and a deep grip. If you spot anything else that’s of interest or new, please do comment below.
Update: Following on from the release of the teaser trailer, Nikon has added a second teaser of the Z9 to its YouTube Channel. There’s still no news on a full list of specs but we do see the Z9 in action on safari where we get a clearer look at the display, controls and eyepiece that surrounds the viewfinder.
You can watch the new trailer below.