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Nikon D6 Coming with Built-in Sensor-Shift Image stabilization

According to initial set of specification the upcoming Nikon D6 camera is rumored to have built-in sensor shift image stabilization system. One of its prototypes spotted with Image stabilization feature and let’s hope the feature will be kept in the final version of the product. Take a look at the initial set of Nikon D6 specification coming out from anonymous sources.

Nikon D6 Specification

 

  • 24 MP FX sensor
  • 4K 60 video
  • Longer manual exposure times (like in the Nikon D810A): from 1/8000 – 120 seconds. (up from 30 seconds)
  • Built-in sensor stabilization (variable)

If the news is true then Nikon D6 will become the first DSLR in Nikon lineup to feature butit-in image stabilization system. The Nikon D6 camera is rumored to arrive at Q4 of 2019.

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1 comment to Nikon D6 Coming with Built-in Sensor-Shift Image stabilization

  • Odin

    24MP is very disappointing for a 2020 camera. CFExpress should allow 30MP @ 15fps with ease. Would have hoped it surpassed the A9 resolution. You can bet you bottom dollar A9 II will be a lot higher than 24MP and still offer 20fps.

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