Here is our free Nikon D6 pre-order, in stock and availability tracker for you.
The Nikon D6 flagship full frame DSLR camera was officially announced on February 11, 2020. Featuring Nikon’s most powerful AF system to date for capturing every heart-pounding, pivotal moment, the Nikon D6 is an uncompromising workhorse that lives up to every professional demand in any environment. Featuring a 20.8MP FX-format sensor and an EXPEED 6 image processor, the Nikon D6 supports a top continuous shooting rate of 14 fps for up to 200 consecutive frames, a sensitivity range from ISO 100-102400 permits working in a broad array of lighting conditions, and it supports UHD 4K video recording at 30, 25, and 24 fps frame rates. In addition, the Nikon D6 is equipped with a newly developed, densely packed 105-point AF system with which all focus points utilize cross-type sensors and all can be selected. Simply put, building on Nikon’s history of serving professionals, the Nikon D6 is the most customizable Nikon DSLR yet, designed to speed up the workflow of any user during and after capture.
Due to the new coronavirus infection, the release date of Nikon D6 has been delayed to May 2020, originally planned for March 2020. And the Nikon D6 is expected to be one of most popular DSLR cameras among the professional sports photographers and photojournalists. So, if you are interested or want to get as far to the front of the list as you can, you should probably go ahead and pre-order now. All the authorized Nikon dealers will not charge your card until they actually ship the item to you, and you can cancel it anytime.
Nikon D6 Key Features:
- 20.8MP FX-format CMOS sensor
- EXPEED 6 image-processing engine
- 14 fps for up to 200 continuous shots
- 4K UHD Video Recording at 30/25/24p
- 3.2-inch TFT touch-sensitive LCD
- Fully-selectable 105-Point AF with all cross-type sensor system
- 100-102,400 ISO expandable to 3,280,000
- Constructed with lightweight magnesium alloy
- Illuminated controls with the flick of a lever
- Pro-grade weather sealing keeps the elements out