Nikon Z6 III Rumored Specifications

Here are the first rumored specifications of the upcoming Nikon Z6 III mirrorless camera, which is expected to be announced in early 2024.

Nikon Z6 III Rumored Specifications:

Nikon Z6 III expected in early 2024 (in Q1, between January and April)

New 24.5 MP BSI sensor

Better ergonomics compared to the Z6

6K ProRes RAW video support

Pixel-shift

Vari–angle LCD screen

Higher fps than Z6II

Nikon Z8 or similar focusing system

Mechanical & electronic shutter

Hybrid body design between the Z6 and Z8 (bigger than the current Z6/7 but smaller than the Z8)

I thought the high-speed continuous shooting machine that had been rumored for some time was the Z9H, but it seems that it was the Nikon Z6 III. This camera will have a new body that is larger than the current Z6/Z7, so it will be interesting to see what kind of design it will have.

Continuous shooting seems to be faster on the Z6II, but since it is equipped with a mechanical shutter, the new sensor does not seem to be a stacked sensor. Also, the AF seems to be inherited from the Z8, so we can expect a significant increase in performance. Changing the monitor from tilt to vari-angle seems to have different opinions depending on the person.

The current “Z6 II” is a model released in November 2020. If “Z6 III” will appear in early 2024 as rumored, wouldn’t it be natural to make an announcement for CP+2024 (February 22nd to 25th)? On the other hand, the “Z7 II” is a model that was released in Japan in December 2020, but now that the “Z8” has been released, I am wondering whether the “Z7” series will continue.

As for Z lenses, “NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.2 S” and “NIKKOR Z 28-400mm f/3.5-6.3” are currently rumored. Pay attention to the first new products that will be released from Nikon in 2024.

  • $400 off on Nikon Z6 II body at B&HAdorama.
  • $400 off on Nikon Z8 with 24-120mm f/4 Lens at B&HAdorama.

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