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Nikon Registered a New Camera N1933

Nikon Registered a new camera today, the model code name of the new camera is N1933. As you can see Nikon Z6 is also mentioned before the model code name of the to be announced camera.

It’s not very clear what comes next, from the set of information we have right now, it Can be also possible that Nikon Z6 Mark II may arrive in the near future. At the same time, Nikon Z8 and Nikon Z30 were also rumored to arrive this year.

No, further details available about the camera.  We will update you soon as we get any latest updates about Nikon’s upcoming cameras.

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Nikon Working on Hybrid / Multi-pattern Metering Mode

Nikon old metering menu

Nikon future DSLRs and Mirrorless will have Hybrid / Multi-pattern metering mode. After the introduction of Hybrid sensors in their DSLRs and Mirrorless camera, they are working on to uplift the camera metering methods with the help of new AI programs and advance sensors. We will update you soon when we get more details on this

Patent Timeline

Application JP2019xxxxA events  -2019-04-08
Application filed by Nikon Corp – 2019-04-08
Priority to JP2019xxxxxA – 2019-08-29
Publication of JP2019xxxxxA – 2020-03-29
Application status is Pending


Patent Details Translated

The present invention relates to an imaging apparatus.
A technique for determining exposure by referring to luminance in an AF (autofocus) area is known

The user selects the photometry mode by the photometry mode selection unit 216. The user can select the desired photometry mode by operating the photometry mode selection unit. However, in the camera control unit 201, a plurality of photometry methods are sequentially executed.

Examples of photometry modes that can be selected by the user include multi-pattern photometry and highlight-weighted photometry.
Multi-pattern metering is a mode in which metering is performed for each of a plurality of areas set on the screen, and final exposure is determined based on information such as luminance distribution, color, distance, and composition of the subject.
Highlight-weighted metering is a mode in which exposure is mainly determined so that highlights on the screen have appropriate brightness.
In general, when exposure control is performed so that a highlight portion in a screen has an appropriate brightness, exposure is darker in the highlight-weighted metering method than in multi-pattern metering.

COVID 19 impact on Nikon

Nikon recently issued a press release that clearly mentions issues in the supply chain due to COVID 19 outbreak.

Impact on Nikon

Due to the COVID 19 outbreak, we may notice a delay in the upcoming DSLRs and Mirrorless Cameras. Due to very limited supply chains available at this moment, Nikon may halt the announcement of Nikon Z9, Z8 and Nikon Z30 Mirrorless cameras.

Nikon Press Release Related to COVID 19

Correspondence to COVID-19
March 27, 2020

We express our sincere condolences to the people who have passed away from COVID-19 and their families. We sincerely hope that those who are affected and who are in difficult condition will recover as soon as possible.

In correspondence to COVID-19, we put the health and safety of customers and employees first and continue to monitor the situation. Nikon Corporation and its group companies around world will continue to take actions under the guidance of governments in each country and region.

For exhibitions, events, and seminars hosted by Nikon group have been and will be suspended for the time being.

In addition, uncertainties of production and logistics are continuing. The impact on future product supply, service and business performance will continue to be scrutinized, and will be notified if any changes occur in the future.

This correspondence may be reviewed in the future as the situation changes. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

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Upcoming Cameras of 2020

Upcoming Camera list from Tonynorthup, They have done goof prediction of upcoming Major cameras. Have a look and do share your thoughts with us.

1. Olympus Upcoming Camera 2020

  • The entry model Olympus E-M10 Mark IV comes at $ 500 or less. In general, Olympus updates its entry-level camera every two to three years, so Olympus E-M10 Mark IV may arrive this year. Olympus does not tend to implement new features inside entry-level models, so there is nothing new and I think it will be a cute and fun camera to use.

2. Upcoming Panasonic Camera 2020

  • Panasonic GH6 specs are expected to be 16: 9 6K30fps, 4K60fps without a crop, RAW video, 4: 2: 2 10bit. S1H 6K video will be adopted in a smaller package. The price is expected to be around $ 2,500. The G10 (successor to the G9) inherits 6K video from the GH6, but the advanced video functions are omitted and the specifications are closer to single-lens reflex (still).

3. Upcoming Fuji Camera 2020

  • Fujifilm X-H2 rumors are silent now, they think the X-H series will end.

4. Upcoming Nikon Camera 2020

  • I think Nikon will introduce an entry-sized Z5. The price will be around $ 1,500. The camera will feature a 24MP sensor, continuous shooting at 5 fps, 4K30fps, no IBIS, 1 SD card slot, low-end EVF. A camera that competes with the EOS RP.
  • I don’t think the D500 successor will appear in 2020. The D500 is not as interesting as the D750 and D850.

5. Upcoming Canon Camera 2020

  • Maybe Canon will issue 5D Mark V, an EF + RF compatible mounter (Hybrid mount ?), to encourage existing EF mount users to switch to RF mounts. The 5D V has a 4K video with all pixels readout and a hybrid finder. The price is expected to be around $ 3,500.
  • Canon will introduce a professional-grade studio camera EOS RS with a 75MP sensor. Continuous shooting is 6 frames / sec., CFastx1 SDx1, no camera shake correction in the body, and 4K crop.

6. Upcoming Sony Camera 2020

  • Sony is evolving at a slower pace, and the α7 IV, like the α9 II, is expected to be a slightly improved model with slightly improved AF and dust and drip proofing. Two UHS-II compatible slots, priced at $ 2000.
  • The α7S III is a video-oriented camera with improved dust-proof and drip-proof, equipped with 4K60fps 4: 2: 2 10bit video mode. Equipped with two UHS-II compatible slots, no flip-up flip monitor is adopted. AF is greatly improved and real-time pupil tracking is adopted. The number of pixels remains at 12MP. The price is $ 4000.


Reasons: Why Nikon D6 Doesn't Have Sensor Shift Image Stabilization

Before the announcement of Nikon D6 DSLR camera, Nikon Rumor Mill said that Nikon D6 do have IBIS and it will arrive with it. But, at the time of announcement everyone was surprised that why Nikon D6 doesn’t have IBIS.  SO, here is your answer coming from

Vice President of Nikon Europe take on absense of IBIS inside Nikon D6

The main target users of the D6 are sports, wildlife and press photographers, who use the Optical viewfinder in most cases. Generally, image sensor stabilization leads to a gap between the optical viewfinder and the image sensor. This gap becomes more noticeable when telephoto lenses are used. With this in mind, we believed that image sensor stabilization was not a requirement for the D6 and decided not to implement it.

In short Nikon Says: We were not able to add IBIS inside Nikon D6. BTW, Pentax K1 DSLR [Wiki | B&H] was announced back Feb 2016, and it was first Fullframe Sensor DSLR to have 5 axis IBIS inside. Nikon at least can do reverse engineering with that model ?

Q. Maybe if your intention was only to do an evolutionary upgrade, naming the camera D5S would have made more sense (just like you have done in the past) and not bring in so much fire?

A. We only make a major model number update when the performance has greatly improved. The D6 has the best AF system among Nikon cameras. Furthermore, the image processing engine and operability have been updated and new connectivity functions like Wi-Fi and GPS have been newly added. Considering the many updates, we decided to name this camera the D6. The D6 has a high reputation especially among sports, wildlife, and press photographers because of its improved speed and AF precision powered by the new AF system.

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Nikon Future Cameras Will have a Camera Module on Rear Side...

Camera sample image to show the location of secondary camera module

Recent patent surfaced over the web shows Future Nikon camera’s will have a small camera module on the rear side of the camera to snap Photographers images when the review their shot once it captured. Photographers images will be saved in the Exif information file of the camera as well as it can also inserted in the main image if anyone wish to.

Nikon Patent Timeline

Application JPxxxxxxxxxA events  – 2019-02-28
Application filed by  Nikon Corp – 2019-02-28
Priority to JPxxxxxxxxxA – 2019-08-15
Publication of JPxxxxxxxxA – 2020-03-01
Application status is Pending

If photographer wish, they can add their pics on the main image of the camera.

This tool is Specifically useful for war photography.

Patent Translated from Japanese (Machine translated)

  In addition to a main imaging device that captures a subject, a digital camera that includes a sub-imaging device that captures a person who is viewing a liquid crystal screen during image playback is known. This digital camera obtains the favorite degree of the image displayed on the display screen based on the smile information of the image of the viewer photographed by the sub imaging device.

 The voice output unit 8 outputs a voice message by voice synthesis according to an instruction from the control unit 4.

  The storage unit 9 stores a subject image, a photographer image, a viewer image, and the like, which will be described later. The control unit 4 performs predetermined image processing on the image signals acquired from the image sensors 22 and 32 to generate still image data, performs compression processing by a predetermined method such as JPEG, and performs subject image and photographer shooting. Images, browser images, etc. are recorded in the storage unit 9.

  The photographer holds the imaging device 1 and photographs the subject by the first imaging unit 2. At this time, if the imaging device 1 is held, the right hand touches the touch sensor 5a. If the photographer is located on the back side of the image pickup apparatus 1, the second image pickup unit 3 photographs the photographer. In addition, after the photographing is finished, the viewer holds the imaging device 1 and reproduces the image, and when the image displayed on the display unit 7 is browsed, the second imaging unit 3 photographs the viewer. .

  FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a storage state of the storage unit 9. A photographer image 9b, a viewer image 9c, identification information 9d, and an evaluation value 9e are stored in association with the subject image 9a. The subject image 9a is an image of a subject photographed by the first imaging unit 2 by operating the release button 6a by the photographer. The photographer image 9 b is an image of the photographer photographed by the second image capturing unit 3 when the photographer is photographing the subject by the first image capturing unit 2.

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Nikon D6 Press Release, Full Specification and More

Buy Nikon D6 from B&H Store

Nikon finally annopunced the long rumored Nikon D6 DSLR camera without any groundbreaking specs inside. The camera features same sensor as we have in the Nikon D5 camera and features new Expeed 6 image processor and  continuous shooting speed upto 14FPS. as usual the ISO range of the camera starts from 100 and reaches upto 3.2 Million. The Phase AF points are less (105) compared to the Phase AF points of Nikon D5 camera (153), but as Nikon said the Phase AF points are now 1.6X More dense compared to its predecessor. In terms of video, the D6 continues to offer 4K/30p recording, but now comes with focus peaking and an option for MP4 recording.

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Nikon D6 Press Release


The New Nikon D6 Offers the Most Powerful AF System in Nikon’s History, and Continues the Brand Legacy of Professional Cameras That Deliver Connectivity, Dependability and Streamlined Workflow

MELVILLE, NY (February 11, 2020) – Today, Nikon Inc. has unveiled the D6, a new professional-grade DSLR built for those in need of extreme reliability and ultimate performance. The D6 addresses the needs of professionals and press agencies and is faster and more powerful than ever before. Offering the most powerful AF system in Nikon’s history, this flagship DSLR camera delivers crucial improvements to modern workflow while also accelerating file transfer capabilities. Promising unparalleled low-light performance, powerful agility, advanced 4K UHD multimedia capabilities and a mechanical shutter frame rate boosted to a staggering 14fps, the D6 will redefine the way pros work.

“The D6 is purpose-built and inspired by the valuable feedback of professional users,” said Jay Vannatter, Executive Vice President of Nikon Inc. “The world relies on photojournalists and professionals to document every corner of the globe through impactful images; Nikon cameras are trusted to stand up to any job and help photographers capture the shot, time and time again.”

The Most Powerful AF in Nikon’s History: The D6 leaves nothing to chance. To maximize hit rate, it is equipped with a newly developed, densely packed 105-point AF system in which all the focus points utilize cross-type sensors and all points are selectable. Through the new focus point layout and the use of a triple-sensor arrangement for each focus point, the D6 achieves AF coverage that is approximately 1.6x denser than that of the D5. The D6 also sports an expanded focus detection range which increases the detection area for single point AF and dynamic area AF, making it easier to achieve focus on a subject even when slightly outside the focus point.

Improving upon Nikon’s popular Group AF mode, this function has evolved with support for 17 custom arrangements from which users can choose according to the scene or subject movement. The D6 also demonstrates superior low-light AF performance. The center focus point works down to -4.5 EV1 and the others to -4 EV, making autofocus possible even in dark situations or with low-contrast subjects.

Unparalleled Performance: The new EXPEED 6 engine’s superior image-processing capabilities combined with the vast amount of information provided by the new dedicated AF engine drives high-level performance in any situation. To help capture the decisive moment consistently, the D6 boasts a 14fps2 mechanical shutter with full AF and AE. The D6 can also shoot completely silent for sensitive situations, capturing full resolution at 10.5 fps. For faster frame rates, the Nikon D6 is able to take 2-megapixel images at approx. 60 fps and 8-megapixel images at 30 fps in Live View mode.

The D6 leverages a 20.8-megapixel FX-Format CMOS sensor, creating images that pop with stunning detail and true colors and exhibit incredible dynamic range. The ISO ranges from 100 to 102,400, which helps to preserve sharpness and subtle details in even the most challenging light. Additionally, ISO is expandable up to 3.2 million, giving photographers the ability to truly conquer the dark.

Concentration on Workflow: Building on Nikon’s history of serving professionals, the D6 is the most customizable Nikon DSLR yet, designed to speed up the workflow of any user during and after capture.

  • Recall shooting functions create combinations of settings that can be assigned to a specific button to get the perfect shot in a pinch
  • The D6 excels in connectivity and supports the same 1000BASE-T Ethernet standard as the D5, with an approximate 15% increase in transmission speed. The camera also supports a number of options for wireless networking, offering built-in 2.4- and 5-GHz*3 Wi-Fi®4 or traditional wireless transfer using the WT-6 Wireless Transmitter (optional)
  • Includes 14 customizable buttons, assignable to any of 46 unique function choices and a new intuitive menu system
  • Priority Image Transfer gives the ability to move an important image to the front of the queue when speed is of paramount priority, which can easily be done by swiping the touch LCD during playback
  • Security Lock compatibility supports connection of anti-theft cables to provide maximum security for remote applications or when the camera is unattended
  • Built in GPS5 gives accurate time, date and location information for just about anywhere on the planet
  • Dual CFexpress6 slots offer blazing fast read/write times and have the ability to overflow, copy or separate file types
  • JPEG functions allow for the simultaneous recording of two JPEG images with different image size and quality settings, which is convenient for separating images that will be transmitted from those that will be edited
  • Creativity options for multimedia creators including a new interval timer mode to retain the best resolution and enable in-camera time-lapse movie file recording providing professionals the ability to create exceptionally sharp 16:9 4K Ultra HD video

Absolute Reliability: Nikon’s flagship cameras remain trusted in the industry and have been proven on the sidelines, in the studio and even in outer space. With a magnesium alloy camera body and extensively weather-sealed design, the D6 is as tough as the professionals who use it, ready to take on the harshest shooting conditions. The camera offers long-lasting battery life, delivering the safety net and energy-saving performance that pros need on daylong outings. The D6 also employs a USB-Type C connector for faster direct-to-PC file transfer rates than previously possible with the D5.

Endless Lens Choices: By pairing the D6 with Nikon’s extremely diverse selection of F-Mount NIKKOR telephoto lenses, professionals have the most advanced imaging solution in Nikon’s history. No matter the job, the client or the location, there’s a NIKKOR lens, from the ultra-wide to the super-telephoto. The D6 is also compatible with Nikon’s line of creative Speedlights, offering extra creative freedom to enhance natural light and add artistry and drama to any scene.

Pricing and Availability

The new Nikon D6 will be available in April 2020 for a suggested retail price (SRP) of $6,499.95* for the body only configuration. For more information on the latest Nikon products, please visit


1. At ISO 100, 20°C/68°F.
2. With continuous-servo AF (AF-C), manual (M) or shutter-priority auto exposure (S), a shutter speed of 1/250 s or faster, and other settings at default values are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Nikon Corporation and its Affiliates is under license.
3. Available in station mode; not available in some countries or regions.
4. Wi-Fi® and the Wi-Fi® logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
5. GPS function is not available in some countries or regions.
6. CFexpress is a trademark of the CompactFlash Association in the United States and other countries.
*SRP (Suggested Retail Price) listed only as a suggestion. Actual prices are set by dealers and are subject to change at any time.
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