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Nikon Updates Its NX Field Remote Shooting System

The Ver 1.2.0 update of Nikon's NX Field system will enable Z9 users to easily detect nine subject types.

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Nikon has released an updated version of the NX Field remote shooting system for professional imaging agencies. The software update will further support the capabilities of the Nikon Z9 Nikon FX-format/full-frame mirrorless camera.

The Ver 1.2.0 update will enable Z9 users to easily detect nine subject types. This covers a range of subjects including people, dogs, cats, birds, bicycles, motorcycles, cars, trains, and airplanes enabling more accurate subject capture, even via remote operation. In addition, the update supports the Z9's High-Speed Frame Capture+ feature.

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