Nikon Z6 and Z7 owners can now pay $200 to add RAW video capture

Nikon Z6 and Z7 owners can now pay $200 to add RAW video capture

Nikon has at long last conveyed 12-piece outer RAW video recording for its Z6 and Z7 full-outline mirrorless cameras, alongside new stockpiling choices. Beginning today, proprietors will have the option to bring those cameras into any approved Nikon administration focus and pay $200 to get the overhaul. From that point onward, they’ll have the option to record 12-piece RAW video by means of the HDMI connector to choose Atomos video recorders.

Nikon reported the overhaul right back at CES 2019, so it’s taken almost a year to convey it. By recording RAW to the Atomos Ninja V, you’ll get much more adaptability for shading evaluating than with some other choice. “As RAW video isn’t exposed to in-camera preparing, all data that is yielded from the picture sensor is saved,” Nikon said in an official statement. “This wealth of data can later be utilized in after generation.”

You’ll must be mindful so as to pick the correct sort of outside recorder. “Activity isn’t ensured with recorders other than the [$695] Ninja V (as of December 2019),” Nikon explained. Likewise, full-outline RAW 4K is just accessible on the Z6, while it’s edited down to an APS-C (DX) size on the higher-goals Z7. Nikon additionally said that the RAW video redesign will be accessible for nothing to purchasers of its Nikon Z6 Filmmaker’s pack

Nikon now has boasting rights over Sony, Canon and other camera organizations with RAW chronicle, an alluring element for movie producers. RED as of late won a court fight with Apple over the utilization of RAW video codecs, yet Atomos had just bolted up a permit manage RED right off the bat in 2019.

Likewise, Nikon’s most recent firmware update at last conveys support for CFexpress cards over the XQD cards you can utilize at the present time. CFexpress cards can hit a lot higher velocities than XQD, so it should make for quicker support clearing and photograph moves. In any case, Nikon said that for the present, the Z6 and Z7 are just ensured to work with Sony’s Type B CFexpress cards, at a cost of $200 for the 128GB model.

Nikon’s full-outline models have gotten much increasingly helpful since they were first discharged, with the past firmware update opening eye-recognition support. Different fabricates, including Panasonic, Canon and Sony, have likewise presented new highlights by means of free and paid updates. This is uplifting news for purchasers, as it will enormously broaden the life of some over the top expensive items.

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