Nikon Z9 camera

Nikon Z9

Nikon has launched its new full frame flagship mirrorless camera body: The Z9

The Nikon Z9 combines high resolution, high speed and high performance video in a robust body which exceeds the specification of the flagship DSLR the Nikon D6.

Nikon Z9 the new flagship Nikon digital camera.The Nikon Z9: £5,299

Our sales team are taking pre-orders. To put your name down or to talk through more details call us on 0207 582 3294 or email

High Resolution plus High Speed

The sensor in the Nikon Z9 is a stacked 45.7 megapixel full frame CMOS chip protected with a dual anti-dust coating and a sensor shield which drops down to cover the sensor when the camera is off.

Nikon Z9 features dual CFexpress type B card slots which are back compatible with XQD cards.

For speed the camera can shoot up to 20fps at full resolution RAW to capture over 1000 shots in a continuous burst. That’s over 50 seconds of your finger held down on the shutter button. To facilitate shifting such high-res files at high speed the Z9 has an Expeed7 imaging processor which writes to a Dual CFexpress type B card slot.

If 20fps is not enough you can shoot faster with a compromise in resolution: 30fps is possible at 45 megapixels. An astonishing full frame 120fps is also an option however the resolution is cut to 11 megapixels but it could help you catch a fleeting once in a lifetime moment.

Filing your images fast is also essential for photographers working to a deadline so the Nikon Z9 has Ethernet connection and USB typeC output for high speed file transfer. A USB cable can be connected direct to a mobile phone to help you file images without a laptop – ideal for events where you are always on the move.

Autofocus tracking for ultra high speed shooting

Nikon tracking AF is remarkable and focusing directly on the imaging sensor gives the Z series mirrorless cameras an edge in reliability. The Nikon Z9 offers 9 programmed subjects and can switch between them automatically depending on the scene or can be set to look out for and lock on to a specific subject.

The Nikon AF deep learning algorithm can detect: People, Dogs, Cats, Birds, Motorcycles, Cars, Trains and Aeroplanes. Nikon Eye-AF has been enhanced to lock onto smaller eyes in the frame than ever before to lock on to and track subjects within a scene. If the system loses a lock on an eye it will default to head and torso tracing until it can detect a face again, ideal for tracking subjects with erratic movement such as football, rugby or dance.

Nikon 3D tracking AF program is available in a mirrorless camera for the first time. The Z9 adds 3D subject tracking which uses colour, contrast and subject distance to improve subject acquisition. This flagship feature has been a feature of the D4, D5 and D6 and will be a great asset in the mirrorless Z9.

Video Specifications: 8K recording for hours

The Nikon Z9 has been designed with advanced heat dissipation to allow 8K UHD video at 30p to be recorded for 125 minutes recording in camera.

4K UHD, the current accessible video standard, can be recorded at 120p, 60p or 30p and as there is no frame cropping you can switch between frame rates and maintain the same angle of view for consistent cuts into and out of slow-motion footage.

Video can be recorded in Nikon proprietary N-Log, HLG in 10bit. The Z9 also supports ProRes 422 HQ.

With a firmware update the 8K video potential is further increased to 8k 60p 12bit RAW in-camera.


The Nikon Z9: £5,299

Our sales team are taking pre-orders. To put your name down or to talk through more details call us on 0207 582 3294 or email


Nikon Mirrorless Z5

Nikon has announced a new camera body in its Z series Mirrorless range. The Nikon Z5 is a full frame 24.3 megapixel camera with two SD card slots for more shots or for a secure backup on important shoots. The Nikon Z5 is positioned below the Z6 and Z7 in the Z series lineup, but it is a powerful camera, and an ideal first full-frame body.

Nikon Z5

Nikon has put the most important mirrorless technologies in this small, light, but tough, camera body. The 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor has ample resolution for stills and video recording up to 4K. Here are the features in detail.


Five Axis VR CMOS Sensor

The full-frame 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor in the Nikon Z5 is mounted on a 5-axis VR system for in body image stabilisation. With any Nikkor Z lens your stills stay sharp and your video will stay steady. The sensor has an ISO range of 100-51,200 to cope with any lighting conditions, with excellent low-noise performance at higher ISO levels.

Small, Light, Solid

To keep out dust and moisture, the Z5 has a magnesium alloy body with weather sealing around seams, moving dials and buttons. The body is compact and weighs only 680g with the battery. The Nikkor Z 24-50mm f4-6.3 kit lens that comes with the camera is the smallest, lightest full frame zoom available on the market. It is admittedly not the brightest lens, however it is a handy wide to standard zoom that will perform well in good shooting conditions. The body has sensor stabilization which will help produce steadier shots at longer shutter speeds which may be needed with a smaller aperture lens.

Ultra-Sharp AF

The Z5 focus system has 273 AF points on the imaging sensor and includes Eye-Detect AF and Animal-Detect AF focus modes to lock on to a wide range of subjects. The Nikon AF algorithm will lock on to your subject quickly and track moving subjects for crisp action shots.

Dual SD card slots

Record onto fast UHS II SD memory cards and easily shoot to one with a backup saved to the second card. Or use one card for stills and a higher capacity card for video to make sure you never run out of space.

Best in class EVF

The electronic viewfinder in the Nikon Z5 has a 3690k-dot display which shows exposure, ISO and white balance settings in real-time.


To place an order, or to find out more about the kit, contact our sales team on 020 7582 3294 or email

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