Nikon NX Field remote shooting system: a single photographer can operate 11 cameras from different angles




In addition to the new lenses, last week Nikon also announced a new NX Field remote shooting system. In addition to the press release and the NPS site (UK link), Nikon also published a more detailed article describing the new NX Field:

“Images from remote cameras let us see things from dramatic angles. The technology behind them used to suffer from difficult setup and unreliable operation. Developed from an AFP idea through Nikon engineering, the NX Field system is a problem-solving technology that will make a turning point in the growth of remote shooting.”

  • Let a single photographer reliably operate 11 cameras from different angles — a new era begins with the NX Field
  • You can reliably release shutters, change camera settings, and send important pictures faster — all remotely
  • Remote shooting with minimized time lag expands photographers’ vision and future imaging possibilities

The NX Field user manual can be found here.

Here is some additional information on the new service:

  • This Service will only be provided by authorized Nikon Service Centers and they will begin to accept the cameras starting from:
  • 17th June 2021 for D6 & D5
  • Additional Notes regarding the Service

Camera firmware will be updated to the latest available version at the time of upgrade Service.
This Service is non-transferrable and is performed once for each camera. If you require the Service to be performed for another camera, a separate request must be issued for that camera and Service is chargeable.



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