Nikon Announces Release Date for the Z6 II/Z7 II 1.10 Firmware Update

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Nikon positioned third behind Canon and Sony in the worldwide advanced cameras market in 2020. It could be hard for Nikon to make up for lost time in 2021 (there’s an excessive number of contenders and the market’s been progressively contracting since 2013), yet it could happen contingent upon what the organization has available.

Nikon Announces Release Date for the Z6 II/Z7 II 1.10 Firmware Update

It required a day or thereabouts, yet Nikon USA at long last posted an English declaration following an update from Nikon Japan.

Firmware Version 1.10 Release Date

Nikon USA has reported that on February 25, it will deliver a couple of firmware refreshes (Version 1.10) for its Z6 II and Z7 II mirrorless cameras.

Notwithstanding fixing a few bugs, the update will permit you to shoot 4K video at 60 casings each second (though restricted to Nikon’s edited DX-based recoding design at Normal quality). Eye-AF execution has been improved to recognize eyes more modest appearances.

Firmware Ver. 1.10 likewise underpins RAW video yield to Blackmagic Design outer recorders, and empowers recording in Blackmagic RAW configuration or ProRes RAW arrangement.

It’s likewise now conceivable to control the ISO and shading temperature settings in Final Cut Pro Version 10.4.9 and later when shooting ProRes RAW video to the Atomos Ninja V outside recorder.

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