Petapixel leaks the Nikon Z6 III camera 4k/120p video capabilities in YouTube hashtags, calls it “best Nikon for video”

This one goes to the “there is always one” category. In their effort to beat the competition, Petapixel published a scheduled YouTube video that will “Premiere” on Monday morning when the Nikon Z6 III camera will be officially announced (together probably with another fifty Z6III videos that will go live at the same time). Here are the hashtags that were added to that YouTube “Premiere”:

PetaPixel, Jordan Drake, Chris Niccolls, Chris Nichols, Jordon Drake, nikon z6 iii review, nikon z6III review, nikon z6 3 review, nikon z6 III cinematic footage, nikon z6 III 4k/120P, Nikon N-Log, Nikon NLog, nikon z6 III vs Z6 II, nikon Z6 III vs Z8, Nikon Z6 III vs ZF, Best Nikon camera, best camera for travel, best mirrorless camera, canon beach, portland japanese gardens, nikon z6 III autofocus, nikon Z6 III sports, best nikon for video, dpreview, dpreview tv

One of the hashtags, “4k/120p,” confirms what I have already reported a few times before, but I was never sure if it would materialize. The other interesting hashtag is “best Nikon for video“. Thanks for the leaks, Petapixel! Nikon should probably rethink their strategy of giving select influencers (actually only one) so much freedom, but here at NikonRumors, we love it! I also find it hilarious that Petapixel is trying to target the Dpreview audience with the “dpreview” and “dpreview tv” hashtags.

Of course, all the hashtags and the comment exposing them were quickly removed, but I got the screenshot (click for larger view):

If you see any other Z6 III leaks (and I am sure there will be some), please get in touch with me anonymously here. Thanks!

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