Nikon released a new firmware update (v3.10) for its flagship mirrorless camera, the Nikon Z9 . The new firmware adds support for the new Nikon Nikkor Z 85mm F1.2 S and improves AF accuracy in certain settings.
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Changes coming to Nikon Z9 with the firmware update v3.10
- Added support for Nikon Nikkor Z 85mm F1.2 S lenses.
- Improved focus accuracy for low-contrast subjects during burst photography with [Wide-area AF (S)], [Wide-area AF (L)], [Wide-area AF (C1)], [Wide-area AF (C2)], [3D-tracking], or [Auto-area AF] selected for [AF-area mode].
- Improved the frame advance rate during burst photography with optional flash units.
- Fixed the following issues:
- The [Retouch] > [Trim] item in the playback “i” menu would in rare cases create distorted copies or not permit selection of the desired crop.
- Copies created by blending a large number of pictures together using the [Retouch] > [Lighten] item in the playback “i” menu would sometimes exhibit a green color cast.
- Rating pictures during playback zoom would in some instances temporarily corrupt the display.
- In extremely rare cases, the camera would stop responding.
Nikon Z9 Key Specs
- Announcement Date: 2021-10-29
- 46MP - Full frame Stacked CMOS Sensor
- ISO 64 - 25600 ( expands to 32 - 102400)
- Nikon Z Mount
- Sensor-shift Image Stabilization
- 3.20" Tilting Screen
- 3686k dot Electronic viewfinder
- 30.0fps (30.0fps Electronic) continuous shooting
- 8K - 7680 x 4320 video resolution
- 120fps High-Speed Video
- Built-in Wireless
- Built-in GPS
- 1340g. 149 x 150 x 91 mm
- Weather-sealed Body
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