Nikon D6 is rumored to use the new Sony IMX455AQR sensor that is 60MP in resolution and offers 8K video.
The Japanese company will update its flagship FX-format camera in 2019. According to recent reports we will probably see the Nikon D6 development announcement in the beginning of January during the 2019 CES show.
We know that the Nikon D6 will be a high resolution DSLR camera. One of the most prominent signs is that the new flagship product will use Sony’s new IMX455AQR sensor, which is expected to be available in the cameras at the beginning of 2019.
The sensor has pretty current features, such as the 60-megapixel high resolution, as well as 8K video and native ISO 64 support. If NikonD6 uses this sensor, it will be the first DSLR camera to include 8K video support.
Rumors: Nikon D6 to Use Sony IMX455 Sensor
- Effective pixels: 9600×6400
- Recommend recording pixels: 60MP
- 11/12/14/16Bit ADC
- Full Pixel 9fps/14Bit ADC
- SLVS-EC 8Lane
- Single ADC in Video Mode
- 12-ADC in Still Picture Mode
- Native ISO 64/400
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