Nikon D6 was first teased last September, and now finally, some more information of the pro DSLR and the release date has revealed.
Nikon D6 will be available from April, and the price starts from $6,499.99 / £6,299.99.
The highlighting features are a new AF system, about which Nikon says that it will be the most powerful, and there will be fast in-camera connections for speedy, also the real-time image transfer.
The autofocus system has 105 all-selectable cross-type sensors with the AF sensitivity down to -4.5 EV at the central focus point, and at the other points, it has -4 EV. The camera also has the feature that it can enable a photographer to focus on the subject’s eyes when the photographer is using auto-area AF or 3D tracking to get an accurate shot.
Nikon D6 has a 20.8-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor also with the Nikon’s proprietary EXPEED 6 image processor. The camera’s ISO ranges from 100 – 102,400, and it can be extended to ISO 3,280,000 and can go down to 50.
Nikon D6 has the camera connectivity, which is provided by Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and it also has a built-in GPS for good measure. Gigabit wired LAN support is also available in the camera for the fast transfer speeds.
There are dual card slots (XQD and CFexpress), and a 0.72x optical viewfinder comes with the OLED (organic light-emitting diode) elements.
Robert Harmon from Nikon UK said that Nikon is improving the new flagship with industry-defining AF and with the versatile connectivity. None can control the action, the lighting, or the environment but, D6 is controllable. He further said that this DSLR would deliver the incredible shots of defining moments without any fail.