Nikon also announced the development of a new MC-N10 remote grip for the Nikon Z mount system

In addition to the new Z9 and Z6II/Z7II firmware updates, Nikon also announced the development of a new MC-N10 remote grip for the Nikon Z mount system:

Nikon is developing a remote grip, the MC-N10, for the Nikon Z mount system

Enhancing the efficiency of video recording and expanding the possibilities of image expression

April 14, 2022, TOKYO – Nikon Corporation (Nikon) is pleased to announce the development of the MC-N10 Remote Grip for mirrorless cameras for which the Nikon Z mount has been adopted.

The MC-N10 is an accessory that allows remote control of Nikon Z mount mirrorless cameras via a wired connection. It can control various functions of Nikon mirrorless cameras, increasing the efficiency of video recording with a small crew while expanding the possibilities of video recording. It also supports still shooting.

Nikon will continue to contribute to the development of imaging culture, with the hope of expanding the possibilities for imaging expression, for both videos and stills.

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