Nikon has long been a top choice for wildlife photographers. Will this new professional camera meet the expectations of this veteran professional photographer in the field? Find out in this full review.
Remember the Nikon D6? As unbelievable as it may sound, apparently it was released this year. However, with so many crazy news stories happening inside and outside of the photography industry in 2020 it seems to have been overshadowed and forgotten quickly. Fear not, for wildlife photographer Steve Perry has us covered in his full review of Nikon’s latest flagship DSLR.
Just because the D6 was a little bit overlooked doesn’t mean it’s not a powerfully capable camera. In Perry’s skilled hands, we can see the true potential unlocked. He spent five weeks traveling around the Western United States with the new camera and shot over 15,000 images before settling on a published review. Spanning 45 minutes, you’re about to know more about this camera than you know about yourself.
The Nikon D6 is a 20.8-megapixel full-frame, full-bodied DSLR sporting 14 fps continuous shooting, 4K 30p video recording, and dual CFexpress Type B (or XQD) memory card slots. It’s priced at $6,496.95 and available to order now.