Top view of Nikon Z 6

All-around performance.
All-around amazing.

Adaptability. It’s about remaining fluid, open. Preparing for nothing, but being ready for anything. Thriving in whatever situation comes along. The Z 6 is perhaps the most adaptable camera we’ve ever created. It’s at the sweet spot of speed, resolution and low-light performance. All combined with the advantages of a lightweight mirrorless design, a revolutionary new full-frame lens mount with matched lenses and seamless integration with Nikon’s DSLR system—including the F-Mount Nikkor lenses you love. This is mirrorless versatility as only Nikon could create.

  • 24.5 Megapixels
  • FX Format
  • 12 FPS Continuous Shooting
  • 100–51,200 ISO (Expandable to 204,800)
  • 4K UHD 3840x2160 at 30/25/24p
  • Wifi Certified Built in
  • Bluetooth
  • 4K UHD

Feels Like a Nikon

As comfortable and familiar
as an old friend.

Photo: Dominique Cherry

New Nikkor Z Lenses

The next generation of Nikkor glass.

Empowered by the larger Z Mount and shorter 16mm flange focal distance, Nikkor Z lenses gather more light and break traditional rules of the “sweet spot”. Forget about stopping down for maximum sharpness—Nikkor Z are at their best and deliver corner-to-corner sharpness even at their widest aperture.

Explore Nikkor Z Lenses

Legendary F-Mount Nikkor Lenses

Greater performance from the lenses you love.

When used with the optional Mount Adapter FTZ, more than 90 F-Mount Nikkor lenses maintain all of their sharpness, resolving power and functionality and gain the advantages of the Z 6’s in-body VR, silent shooting, PDAF focusing system*, 4K video and more. Approximately 360 F-Mount Nikkor lenses can be used. Compatibility as only Nikon can deliver.

Explore Mount Adapter FTZ *Full AF/AE supported when using FX or DX AF-S Type G/D/E, AF-P type G/E, AF-I type D and AF-S / AF-I Teleconverters

273-Point Hybrid Af System

Fast, accurate autofocus.

273-Point On-Sensor PDAF

The points of the story.

273* on-sensor AF points cover 90% of the frame (approx.) horizontally and vertically. Subjects are acquired quickly when they enter the frame and tracked throughout the frame, even to the far edges.

*231 on-sensor PDAF points used for video In FX-based movie format with single-point AF.

New Hybrid Autofocus

The best of both worlds.

Using an AF algorithm optimized for its FX-format sensor, Z 6 automatically switches between focal-plane phase-detect AF and contrast-detect AF to fine-tune focus. The light-shielding phase detection pixels are carefully arranged on the sensor to preserve light, ensuring accurate AF even in dim lighting.

New Subject Tracking

Follow a face in the crowd.

Whether shooting eye-level with the EVF or in Live View with the LCD, Auto Area AF smoothly tracks your subject’s face—even when it’s one among many. The system pays attention to the upper body, too, maintaining focus position when your subject briefly turns away from the camera or moves out of view.

Photo: Brandon Woelfel

Pure Viewing Experience

Just like the real thing.

New 3.6m-Dot Quad Vga Viewfinder

Oh, what a view.

Take an ultra-high resolution QUAD VGA display, add Nikon optics for magnification, including Aspherical lens elements and Fluorine coating, and you’ve got an EVF experience unlike any before it. Minimal lag and blackout, 100% frame coverage (approx.), corner-to-corner clarity and sharp magnification. It has the feel of an optical viewfinder, and you can use it for both stills and videos.

New Icon-Driven Info Display

Keep your eye on the prize.

All relevant info is displayed out of the way and is easy on the eyes. A new customizable menu appears right inside the viewfinder, so you can quickly adjust settings without ever taking your eye off the shot. Focus modes, white balance, exposure, VR settings, Picture Controls, and more—all within eye’s reach. Preview exposure and white balance changes, image stabilization and depth-of-field in real time. You can even review the photo or video you just shot.

In-Body VR Image Stabilization

Steady as it goes.

Up To 5 Stops Of Vr Image Stabilization

Rock steady. Tack sharp.

Powerful in-body 5-axis VR image stabilization is applied to whatever Nikkor Z lens you’re using. Up to five stops* of image stabilization in up to five directions—yaw, pitch, roll, X and Y. During video recording, optical VR is combined with electronic VR (e-VR) for even steadier shots. Normal VR mode for static subjects. Sports VR for moving subjects.

*Based on CIPA Standards. This value is achieved when the Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/4 S lens is attached, with zoom set at the maximum telephoto position.

Vr For F-Mount Nikkor Lenses

Your favorite lenses now have VR*.

For the first time, F-Mount Nikkor lenses like the AF-S Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED or AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED can benefit from in-body 3-axis VR. Nikkor lenses that already have VR, like the AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR, get the added benefit of roll axis for a total of 3-axis VR. Just add the optional Mount Adapter FTZ and you’re good to go.

*Requires use of the Mount Adapter FTZ

Portable Cinematic Powerhouse

Made for video.

Full Frame 4k Ultra Hd

Amazing productions start here.

Capture cinematic 16:9 4K UHD/30p video in full-frame using the total width and resolution of the Z 6’s backside-illuminated sensor. Full-pixel readout for sharper 4K footage with rich information equivalent to 6K. Clean output at high ISO. Zero crop factor with full-frame Nikkor Z and F-Mount Nikkor lenses. Focus Peaking in both 4K and 1080p recording. Simultaneous 8MP stills*. This is 4K as it was meant to be.

*During 4K recording

Hd Tilting Touchscreen

A feast for the eyes.

Photo: Dominique Cherry

Expanded Versatility

Creativity meets innovation.

12 Fps Shooting

Built for speed.

Shoot up to 12 FPS at full resolution in Hi+ mode (12-bit RAW or JPEG) without the need for an external battery pack. When speed matters—and it always matters—you’ll catch the shots others might miss.

Photo: Dominique Cherry

ISO 51,200 (Expandable To 204,800)

Maximum low-light capability.

The Z 6’s 24.5MP image sensor along with the Z Mount’s light gathering potential and flawless Expeed 6 noise reduction free you to capture beautiful photos and videos at extremely high ISO settings—up to ISO 51,200 (expandable to ISO 204,800).

Photo: Brandon Woelfel

Silent Mode

Stealth shooting.

A great advantage of a mirrorless design is the ability to shoot in near silence. Quietly capture important moments during recitals, weddings, newborn photography…anywhere silence is golden.

Photo: Brandon Woelfel

Connectivity

Connections? It’s got a few.

Wi-Fi

Built-In Wi-fi®

Our fastest Wi-Fi transfers yet.

Transfer images to compatible smart devices 2X faster than previously possible—up to 25 mbps. Choose between the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands for optimum transfer speeds.

May not be available in certain countries.
Bluetooth

Built-In Bluetooth Low Energy

Always connected.

The Z 6 can automatically connect whenever your compatible smart device is in range. Send original resolution JPEGs or have the camera automatically transfer 2MB versions of your photos as you shoot them.

Remote Shooting

Your smartphone is your favorite accessory.

With SnapBridge version 2.5, you can also use your compatible smartphone as a remote monitor and controller. Touch focus, adjust settings like exposure mode, white balance and more, then fire the shutter.

New Usb Battery Charging

Leading the charge.

For the first time in a full-frame Nikon camera, you can charge the Z 6’s new EN-EL15b battery in the camera through a standard USB-C connection—from your computer, a wall outlet or other charging device. Already have EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 batteries*? They work with the Z 6, too.

Requires optional EH-7P Charging AC Adapter. Camera cannot be used while charging via USB.
*EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 batteries cannot be charged in the camera via USB.

New Connectivity Option

Wire-free to a Mac or PC.

Connect to a Mac or PC over Wi-Fi and wirelessly transfer RAW, JPEG and movie files. Two modes available: Camera Access Point mode, for connecting directly to a PC, and Station (STA) mode, for connecting over a router.

Wireless Transmitter Utility software must be installed on the computer.

Additional Highlights

More, more, more.

Remote Shooting And Rf Speedlight Control

Capture and create remotely.

Take control of the light with any compatible Nikon Speedlight. Use the optional WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller for wirelessly controlling SB-5000 Speedlights from another room, around corners or outdoors in bright sunlight. Advanced Wireless Lighting using optically controlled Speedlights like the SB-700 and SB-500 is also possible. For remote shooting, the WR-1 and WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controllers can be used.

Improved Focus Stacking

Surreal images made easy.

Create images with seemingly impossible depth of field using Focus Shift Mode. A new focus peaking feature helps confirm focus at each layer.

Image for illustrative purposes only.

CF Express Ready

Future-proof memory.

The Z 6 is compatible with the best memory available today, XQD, superior to SD for its fast buffer clearing speeds and potential storage capacity. For tomorrow, it’s poised to also accept the emerging CF Express format with a simple firmware update.

Over 20 Extra D850 Features

You name it. It’s got it.

Need more? Focus Peaking, Slow Motion Video, WT-7 transferring, Advanced Scene Recognition, RAW Batch Processing, Square Format (1:1), Silent Interval Timer, Electronic Front Curtain Shutter, Silent Photography, Audio Attenuator and more.

Photo: Dominique Cherry

LCD, Video and Photo Gallery images are for illustrative purposes only.