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Nikon D6 Hands-On Preview

We've got hands-on photos of the new Nikon D6, Nikon's professional 20mp full-frame DSLR.

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We’ve had a hands-on look at the Nikon D6 – Nikon’s new flagship professional DLSR, with a 20mp full-frame sensor, 105 AF points, and an updated AF system designed to give improved accuracy, with a higher success rate. The camera offers 14fps continuous should with AF, which is an improvement over the D5, which could only shoot 12fps continuous or 14fps with mirror lock-up.

The updated AF system has 105 all-cross type AF points, which can all be selected, with additional group options, compared to the Nikon D5, which has 153 AF points, of those 99 are cross-type AF points, and of these 55 can be selected. The Nikon D6 also features built-in GPS.



Ergonomics have been updated, with a new position for the shutter release button, designed to give better access to the controls around this. The side has support for a Kensington lock for added security, for example, at public events. Have a look at more photos below, and simply click "High Res" to view larger images. You can find more information in the official press release (with Nikon D6 sample photos).


Nikon D6 Hands-On Photos of Equipment

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Photographs taken using the Nikon D6

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