Nikon Z9: “this is no catch-up game from Nikon, it’s surpassing the competition with huge margins” (plus a freshly leaked picture of the Z9)

First, here is a new freshly leaked picture of the upcoming Nikon Z9 camera:

Back In August I already mentioned that the Nikon Z9 in 2021 will be for Nikon what the Nikon D3 was for Nikon back in 2007 – it will bring Nikon back on top, at least in terms of technology (hopefully the sales will follow as well) – this is what I was told, not my words since I have not seen, used or touched the Z9:

I was told by multiple people that the Z9 could easily be another “D3 moment” – a significant advance in camera technology and performance (the D3 announcement in 2007 positioned Nikon back on top). The camera will have a “D3 level of innovation” – it will be far more than a D6 in mirrorless form. The dual-pixel sensor will allow an EVF near equal to an optical viewfinder, faster frame rates, effectively no blackout, and no significant rolling shutter. There is also a major update to the AF system. Even critics and skeptics who are testing the camera are speaking very positively about it. Expect to see some amazing Z9 sample photos from surfing in Mexico.

I was told that the Nikon Z9 is already in products and I received several more tips from people close to the manufacturing process in Asia confirming the above statement – here are some quotes:

  • “Heard from a guy who handled the Z9 this week he was totally blown away…at all levels.”
  • “And, this is no catch-up game from Nikon, it’s surpassing the competition with huge margins!”
  • “The price of the Nikon Z9 is going to be a surprise, of the positive one.”

Also, there will not be a Nikon Z9x camera – this was a joke by NR contributor Dariusz Breś:

If you have any other information on the upcoming Nikon Z9 camera, you can contact me anonymously here.

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