Nikon D6

Nikon D6 user guideNikon D6. As one of the most highly-anticipated DSLR cameras of the year, the Nikon D6 has a lot to live up to – and it certainly doesn’t disappoint.

As the latest addition to Nikon’s professional camera lineup, the D6 is ideal for sports and action photographers.

Compared to its predecessor, the D5, the D6 boasts a range of new features and improvements.

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One of the most noticeable changes is the D6’s autofocus system, featuring 105 all-cross type autofocus sensors. This allows for superior focusing, making it easier to capture fast-moving subjects.

The ISO range is another area of improvement, with the D6 offering a maximum ISO of 102400, which is two stops higher than the D5.

This makes it easier to capture high-quality images in low-light conditions, a key feature for sports photography.

Other features that make the D6 stand out include its fast continuous shooting speed of 14 frames per second, the new dual CFexpress memory card slots, and a longer-lasting battery life.

In terms of design, the D6 looks much like its predecessor, with a sturdy body and weather sealing to protect against the elements.

The camera comes equipped with a new dedicated autofocus processor, ensuring speedy and accurate autofocus tracking

The camera is also compatible with Nikon’s range of professional lenses, giving users even more flexibility.

Overall, the Nikon D6 is a solid choice for those looking for a professional-grade camera that’s capable of capturing fast-paced action, delivering high-quality images in low-light situations, and stands up to the demands of professional sports photographers.

While it’s certainly on the pricier side, for those who rely on their cameras for work, the Nikon D6 is definitely worth the investment.

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