After a development announcement last year and a lackluster teaser campaign, Nikon has finally unveiled their latest flagship full-frame DSLR for sports
At its core, the D6 uses the same 20.8MP resolution full-frame CMOS sensor as its predecessor that maxes out at the same 4K/30p when shooting video, and you won’t find any on-sensor phase detect points for improved Live View capabilities. Instead, the hero-feature of this new camera is the new 105-point all-cross-type AF system that Nikon is calling “the most powerful AF system in Nikon’s history.”
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Piemonte added that along with dropping overall resolution on the G11 to create larger individual pixels on the imaging chip that absorb more light, the new buzzword for the G11 is its “high sensitivity system.” The system combines the new 10MP chip; optical image stabilization; and the camera’s Digic IV image processor to produce better images in low light at high ISOs, she said.