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Nikon D6 to Feature One Stop Improved High ISO

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According to latest rumors, the Nikon D6 will offer one stop improved high ISO than the current Nikon D5 DSLR. The Nikon D6 will be officially announced in mid-February ahead of the CP+ 2020 event.

The Nikon D6 is expected to have a 20MP full frame CMOS sensor and IBIS tech (Similar as recently announced Canon EOS-1D X Mark III). The new processor on D6 will provide improved AF system and advanced video features with RAW recording. The high-end DSLR will have dual CFexpress memory cards. See more Nikon D6 Specs!

Nikon D6 to Feature One Stop Improved High ISO

  • 20MP full frame CMOS sensor
  • Improved/better AF system but probably with the same number of AF points
  • One stop improved High ISO than Nikon D5
  • 14 fps in normal shutter mode (the D5 could do 12 fps)
  • The Nikon D6 AF improvements are crucial and comparable to the Sony a9II
  • The D6 will have more features and customization options for various aspects of the camera and settings
  • Companion applications will also see improvements but they will most likely launch after the camera release
  • The D6 will definitely not be a “hybrid” camera, but rather a DSLR with some mirrorless features (better video, silent shooting for example)
  • 4K 60p video
  • Improved dynamic range
  • Advanced video features with RAW recording (not sure if external or internal)
  • Longer manual exposure times (like in the Nikon D810A): from 1/8000 – 120 seconds (up from 30 seconds)
  • Dual CFExpress memory card slots
  • .76-78x 100% viewfinder
  • New Expeed dual processors
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 3.2 million dots touchscreen
  • Improved silent shooting modes
  • Official announcement expected in early or mid February

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