Very early rumors of a new Nikon Z high-speed camera to be announced for the 2024 Olympics

Here are some very early and unconfirmed rumors about a new Nikon Z high-speed camera model to be announced for the 2024 Olympics:

  • A high-speed version of the Z9 ( Z9H?): just as with the D1H and D1X, the new model will have half the amount of pixels of the Z9
  • It will be Nikon’s fastest FX-format camera (global shutter?)
  • The camera will also have a high-resolution mode

If those rumors are true, I can see Nikon doing something similar to the new Sony A9III:

“Sony has delivered the world’s first mirrorless camera with a full-frame global shutter sensor: the a9 III. This revolutionary release promises unrivaled speed thanks to the capabilities of the newly designed 24.6MP Exmor RS CMOS sensor, including 120 fps continuous shooting with AF/AE, flash sync at all speeds up to 1/80,000 sec., and no subject distortion. Sports, wildlife, and action photographers will never miss a moment when using the a9 III.” (B&H Photo)

FYI: I received the above information BEFORE the official announcement of the Sony A9III camera – I was just trying to get more details but unfortunately, this is all I have for now. As usual, I always accept anonymous tips here.

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