The Nikon D6 has been launched in India, the company’s latest flagship DSLR camera for professionals. At its center, the new camera has a 20.8-megapixel CMOS sensor and has a total of 105 autofocus (AF) points that are selectable and cross-type. This results in a 1.6x higher density of AF coverage than the Nikon D5. In addition to the camera, Nikon India has also launched two new lenses – the Nikkor Z 20mm, an ultra-wide-angle prime lens and the Nikkor Z 24-200mm zoom lens.
Price of Nikon D6 in India
The Nikon D6 is priced at Rs. 5,19,995 in India (for body only), no word on exact release date in the country. For new lenses, the Nikkor Z 20mm f / 1.8 S lens is priced at Rs. 88,995, while the Nikkor Z 24-200mm f / 4 – 6.3 VR will sell for ৷ 70,995. Sales of these lenses are expected to begin in April 2020.
Nikon D6 Features
Speaking of the camera first, as mentioned above, the new Nikon D6 has a 20.8-megapixel CMOS sensor combined with an all-selectable cross-sensor 105-point AF that lets you capture moments at approximately 14fps with AF / AE tracking. Helme has an Exped 6 image-processing engine that helps capture high-resolution images in low volume, even in high ISO settings, so that the end result makes the subject look sharper. Speaking of which, the Exped 6 image-processing engine helps to reproduce human skin tones with clarity. In low light conditions, the camera supports an ISO sensitivity of 102400.
The Nikon D6’s connectivity options include a built-in Wi-Fi and WT-6 transmitter, which ensures fast and versatile image uploading, as well as a port for wired LAN, which supports 1000BASE-T standards and achieves about 15 percent. By Quick communication. The camera is further supported by the SnapBridge app to help easily transfer RAW files to smart devices.
The Nikon D6 comes in heat, weather and dust-resistant packages that provide the highest level of durability. In addition, the camera supports the use of XQD and CFexpress memory cards and has a reliable long battery life, according to the company.
Going forward, the company has announced the launch of two new lenses in its Nikkor Z line-up. The first is the Nikkor Z 20mm f / 1.8 S Ultra-Wide-Angle Prime Lens, which is designed to provide superior optimal performance and provide a wider field than the human eye. The second lens is the Nikkor Z 24-200mm f / 4 – 6.3 VR lens, which is a lightweight and versatile zoom lens. This lens allows shooting a great variety of scenes, including landscapes, portraits and close-ups.