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Nikon Z9 - New standards for professional photographers & filmmakers 

The Nikon Z9 is a professional camera for demanding photographers and videographers who require the highest performance and quality. This Nikon full-frame mirrorless camera is Nikon's flagship model and offers an impressive combination of speed, resolution and performance.

With its full-frame sensor with 45,7 megapixels, the Nikon Z9 delivers breathtaking images with impressive detail. The camera has an ISO range of 64-25600, which can be extended up to ISO 102400 for low-light shooting.

AF area control & AF system

The Nikon Z9 is equipped with an advanced autofocus system, 493-point AF system includes 405 points used for auto-area AF. It offers very high accuracy and speed, as well as excellent performance in tracking moving subjects. In addition, the camera is capable of recording up to 20 frames per second, making it Nikon's fastest camera.

Nikon Z9 deep learning AI

The Nikon Z9 is not only a powerful camera, but also equipped with groundbreaking deep learning AI. This technology enables the camera to automatically detect and track the subject (people, animals, vehicles, planes) to always provide sharp images and videos, even with fast movements. No other AF system can recognize so many subjects in a scene at the same time.

With the Nikon Z9's deep learning AI, shooting & filming becomes a seamless and intuitive experience. Be amazed by the technology of the Nikon Z9 and discover the future.

Superior speed for greater efficiency

The Nikon Z9 is equipped with a brand new image sensor and a super fast processor. This combination makes it possible to record up to 20 frames per second. Whether you want to capture fast action scenes, sporting events or wildlife photography, the Nikon Z9 gives you all the tools to capture the perfect moment. In addition, the camera can store up to 200 RAW files in a single continuous shot, which greatly speeds up workflows.

Incredible resolution for the highest sharpness of detail

The Nikon Z9 offers an incredible resolution of 45,7 megapixels. With this high level of detail, you can capture even the smallest details and display them with impressive clarity. In addition, the camera is capable of recording 8K videos, which offers unprecedented quality. The Nikon Z9's high resolution makes it the perfect choice for landscape photographers who want to print their images on a large scale or view them on a large monitor.

8K video internal

Another highlight of the Nikon Z9 is its video recording function. It allows you to record 8K videos at up to 30 frames per second – or RAW 8,3K films with particularly smooth 60p as well as 4K videos with up to 120 frames per second to record. The camera has a built-in 5-axis image stabilizer, which ensures stable recording even when recording video.

12-bit RAW & Apple ProRes 422HQ in-camera

Expand your options to in-camera 12-bit recording with ProRes RAW HQ (up to 4K/60p) or Nikon's new N-RAW format (up to 8K/60p and 4K/120p).⁶ You can also record with an 8 -Record bit/10-bit depth in-camera with H.265 (HEVC) or 10-bit Apple ProRes 422 HQ.

Robustly built

The Nikon Z9 is a robust and durable camera that is suitable for use in different environments. It is protected against dust and moisture and has a robust magnesium alloy for high stability and durability.

Technical details Nikon Z9

camera type


Digital camera with connection for interchangeable lenses

Lens bayonet

Nikon Z bayonet


Suitable lenses

  • NIKKOR lenses with Z bayonet

  • NIKKOR lenses with F bayonet (bayonet adapter required; limitations may apply)

effective resolution

effective resolution

45,7 million pixels

image sensor


CMOS sensor 35,9 × 23,9 mm (Nikon FX format)

total pixel count

52,37 million pixels

dust reduction system

Image sensor cleaning, reference image for dust removal function (requires NX Studio software)

data storage

Image size (pixels)

  • [FX (36×24)] selected as the image field:

    • 8256×5504 (L:45,4M)

    • 6192×4128 (M: 25,6M)

    • 4128×2752 (S: 11,4M)

  • [DX (24×16)] selected as the image field:

    • 5392×3592 (L:19,4M)

    • 4032×2688 (M: 10,8M)

    • 2688×1792 (S: 4,8M)

  • [1:1 (24×24)] selected as the image field:

    • 5504×5504 (L:30,3M)

    • 4128×4128 (M: 17,0M)

    • 2752×2752 (S: 7,6M)

  • [16:9 (36×20)] selected as the image field:

    • 8256×4640 (L:38,3M)

    • 6192×3480 (M: 21,5M)

    • 4128×2320 (S: 9,6M)

File format (image quality)

  • NEF (RAW): 14 bits; Choice between »Lossless compression«, »High efficiencym« and »High efficiency«

  • JPEG: JPEG baseline compression; Quality levels: Fine (approx. 1:4), Normal (approx. 1:8) or Basic (approx. 1:16); Compression options to prioritize file size or optimal image quality

  • NEF (RAW)+JPEG: Photos are saved in both NEF (RAW) and JPEG formats

Picture Control system

Auto, Standard, Neutral, Brilliant, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape, Balanced, Creative Picture Controls: Dream, Morning, Pop, Sunday, Dark, Dramatic, Silent, Faded, Melancholic, Pure, Jeans, Toy , sepia, blue, red, pink, charcoal, graphite, binary, soot); the selected Picture Control configuration can be modified; Storage option for custom Picture Control configurations

storage media

CFexpress memory cards (Type B) and XQD memory cards

Two memory card slots

The card in Tray 2 can be used as a reserve or for backup copies, for storing NEF (RAW) and JPEG files separately, or for storing JPEG duplicates in various image sizes and qualities; Files can be copied from one card to the other.

File system

DCF 2.0, Exif 2.32



Electronic OLED viewfinder with an image diagonal of 1,27 cm (0,5 inches) and approx. 3,69 million dots (Quad VGA); Color balance and automatic and 18-level manual brightness adjustment; High frame rate available for viewfinder display

Image field coverage

approximately 100% horizontal and 100% vertical


approx. 0,8x (with 50 mm lens focused at infinity, −1,0 dpt)

position of the exit pupil

23 mm (−1,0 dpt; from the center of the eyepiece lens outer surface)

diopter adjustment

−4 to +3 dpt

eye sensor

Automatic switching between monitor and viewfinder display



TFT touchscreen LCD with a screen diagonal of 8 cm (3,2 inches) and approx. 2,1 million dots; vertically and horizontally tiltable; 170° viewing angle; approx. 100% field coverage; Color balance and 11-level manual brightness adjustment



Electronic shutter with trigger signal and sensor protection

Shutter speeds

1/32000 – 30 s (increments 1/3, 1/2 and 1 EV selectable, extendable to 900 s in mode M), long exposures Bulb and Time

flash sync speed

Flash is with shutter speed 1/250 or 1/200 s or longer (the guide number decreases at shutter speeds of 1/200 up to 1/250 s); short shutter speeds up to 1/8000 s are possible with automatic FP short-time synchronization


Recording modes

Single image, continuous shooting slow, continuous shooting fast, high-speed continuous shooting (with pre-release capture), self-timer

Frame rates

  • Continuous shooting slowly: approx. 1 to 10 images/s

  • Continuous shooting quickly: approx. 10 to 20 images/s

  • High-speed continuous shooting (C30): approx. 30 images/s

  • High-speed continuous shooting (C120): approx. 120 images/s


    Maximum frame rate measured in in-house tests.


2s, 5s, 10s or 20s lead time; 1 to 9 shots at intervals of 0,5, 1, 2 or 3 s


measuring system

TTL measurement with the camera image sensor

measurement methods

  • matrix measurement

  • Center-weighted metering: Weighting of 75% to a 12mm or 8mm diameter circle in the center of the image; Alternatively, the integral measurement can be selected over the entire image field (average value)

  • Spot metering: Measures in a 4 mm circle centered over the selected focus point

  • Highlights Measurement

Measuring range

-3 to +17 EV


    Values ​​for ISO 100 and lens aperture 1:2,0 at 20 °C


P: automatic program with program shift, S: aperture auto, A: automatic timer, M: Manual exposure control

Exposure compensation

–5 to +5 EV (increments 1/3 and 1/2 LW selectable)

Exposure measurement memory

Save the measured image brightness

ISO sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index)

ISO 64 to 25600 (increments 1/3 and 1 LW selectable); Values ​​of approximately 0,3, 0,7 or 1 EV (corresponding to ISO 32) below ISO 64 or approximately 0,3, 0,7, 1 or 2 EV (corresponding to ISO 102400) above ISO 25600 can also be set ; ISO automatic is available

Active d-lighting

Automatic, Extra Strong 2, Extra Strong 1, Boosted, Normal, Moderate, Off

multiple exposure

Add, Average, Lighten, Darken

More options

HDR overlay, flicker reduction (photo), high frequency flicker reduction



Hybrid AF with phase detection/contrast detection; with AF assist light

Sensitivity range

–7 to +19 EV (–9 to +19 EV with Starlight View)


    Measured in photo mode at ISO 100 and 20 °C with single autofocus (AF S) and lens aperture 1:1,2

Focusing methods

  • Auto Focus (AF): Single autofocus (AF S); Continuous AF (AF-C); Permanent AF (AF-F; only in video mode); Predictive focus tracking

  • Manual focus (M): Electronic adjustment aid can be used

focus points

493 focus areas


    Number of focus points available in Photo mode when Single-point is selected as the AF point mode and FX is selected as the image point

AF point control

Needlepoint metering field (photo mode only), single field, dynamic (S, M and L; photo mode only); Large measuring field (S, L, C1 and C2) and automatic measuring field control; 3D tracking (only in photo mode); Subject tracking (only in video mode)

focus lock

Lock the focus by pressing the shutter button halfway (single autofocus/AF S) or by pressing the center of the sub selector

Image Stabilization (VR)

Camera image stabilizer

5-axis image stabilizer with movable image sensor

Lens image stabilizer

Moving lens group (available with VR lenses)


Flash control

TTL: i-TTL flash control; i-TTL fill flash is used for matrix metering, center-weighted and highlight metering, and the i-TTL standard flash is used for spot metering

Flash functions

Front-curtain sync, Slow sync, Rear-curtain sync, Red-eye reduction, Slow sync with red-eye reduction, Off

Flash Exposure Compensation

–3 to +1 EV (increments 1/3 and 1/2 LW selectable)

Flash ready indicator

Lights when the optional flash is fully charged; flashes as a warning of underexposure after the flash has flashed at full power

accessory shoe

Standard shoe (ISO 518) with synchronization and data contacts and safety fitting hole

Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS)

i-TTL flash control, Radio Advanced Wireless Lighting, Optical Advanced Wireless Lighting, Modeling lamp, FV lock, Color temperature transmission, Auto FP high-speed sync, Built-in flash control

Lightning connection

Synchronous connection (ISO 519) with locking thread

White balance

White balance

Automatic (3 types), auto daylight, direct sunlight, cloudy sky, shadow, artificial light, fluorescent lamp (3 types), flash, select color temperature (2500K to 10000K), own measurement value (up to 6 values ​​can be saved), everything with fine tuning

Automatic rows

Row types

Exposure and/or flash exposure, white balance and ADL


measuring system

TTL measurement with the camera image sensor

measurement methods

Matrix metering, center-weighted or highlight-weighted metering

Image size (pixels) and frame rate

  • 7680×4320 (8K UHD): 30p (progressive)/25p/24p

  • 3840×2160 (4K UHD): 120p/100p/60p/50p/30p/25p/24p

  • 1920 × 1080: 120p/100p/60p/50p/30p/25p/24p


    The actual frame rates for 120p, 100p, 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p and 24p are 119,88, 100, 59,94, 50, 29,97, 25 and 23,976 frames/s

Image size (pixels) and frame rate (RAW video)

  • 8256 × 4644: 60p/50p/30p/25p/24p

  • 5392 × 3032: 60p/50p/30p/25p/24p

  • 4128 × 2322: 120p/100p/60p/50p/30p/25p/24p

  • 3840×2160: 120p/100p/60p/50p


    The actual frame rates for 120p, 100p, 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p and 24p are 119,88, 100, 59,94, 50, 29,97, 25 and 23,976 frames/s

file format


Video compression

N-RAW (12-bit), Apple ProRes RAW HQ (12-bit), Apple ProRes 422 HQ (10-bit), H.265/HEVC (8-bit/10-bit), H.264/AVC (8-bit)

Sound recording format

Linear PCM (48 kHz, 24 bit, for video recording in NEV or MOV format) or AAC (48 kHz, 16 bit, for video recording in MP4 format)

sound recorder

Integrated stereo microphone or external microphone with attenuation option; Sensitivity adjustable

Exposure compensation

–3 to +3 EV (increments 1/3 and 1/2 LW selectable)

ISO sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index)

  • Mode M: Manual setting (ISO 64 to 25600; increments 1/6, 1/3 and 1 LW selectable); with the additional option 0,3, 0,7, 1 or 2 EV (approximate values; corresponding to max. ISO 102400) above ISO 25600; ISO automatic (ISO 64 to Hi 2,0) with selectable upper limit

  • Modes P, S, A: ISO automatic (ISO 64 to Hi 2,0) with selectable upper limit

Active d-lighting

Extra Strong, Enhanced, Normal, Moderate, Off

More options

Time-lapse video recording, digital image stabilizer, time code, N-Log and HDR (HLG) video output, waveform monitor, red REC recording frame, magnified view when recording videos (50%, 100% and 200%), extended shutter speed range (mode M) and dual format recording (proxy video) with RAW video; advanced oversampling available; Option to view video recording info in i-Menu



Single frame playback and image index (4, 9 or 72 images), crop magnification, zoom playback cropping, video movie playback, slide show, histogram display, highlight display, image information, position data, automatic image orientation, rating function, record and playback voice memos, embed and display IPTC data , filtered playback, jump to the 1st image in the recording series, save consecutive images, motion blending

Interfaces and connections


USB Type C port (SuperSpeed ​​USB); Connection with built-in USB port recommended

HDMI output

HDMI port type A

Audio input

Stereo mini jack socket (3,5 mm diameter; with power supply)

Audio output

Stereo mini jack socket (3,5 mm diameter)

10 pin connector

Built-in (can be used for optional accessories such as the MC-30A/MC-36A cable remote release)


RJ-45 connection socket

  • Standards: IEEE 802.3ab (1000BASE-T), IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-TX), IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T)

  • data rates *: 1000/100/10 Mbps with automatic detection

  • Interface: 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T (AUTO MDIX)


    Maximum data transfer rate according to IEEE standard; the data rates that can actually be achieved may vary.

Wi-Fi / Bluetooth


  • Standards:

    • IEEE 802.11b/g/n (Africa, Asia and Oceania)

    • IEEE 802.11b/g/n/a/ac (Europe, USA, Canada, Mexico)

    • IEEE 802.11b/g/n/a (other American countries)

  • Operating frequencies:

    • 2412-2462 MHz (Channel 11; Africa, Asia and Oceania)

    • 2412-2462 MHz (Channel 11) and 5180-5825 MHz (USA, Canada, Mexico)

    • 2412-2462 MHz (Channel 11) and 5180-5805 MHz (other American countries)

    • 2412-2462 MHz (Channel 11) and 5745-5805 MHz (Georgia)

    • 2412-2462 MHz (Channel 11) and 5180-5320 MHz (other European countries)

  • Maximum Transmission Power (EIRP):

    • 2,4GHz band: 8,4dBm

    • 5 GHz band: 6,0 dBm (Georgia)

    • 5GHz band: 9,0dBm (other countries)

  • authentication: Open system, WPA2-PSK, WPA3‑SAE


  • Communication protocols: Bluetooth specification version 5.0

  • Operating frequencies:

    • Bluetooth: 2402-2480MHz

    • Bluetooth Low Energy: 2402-2480MHz

  • Maximum Transmission Power (EIRP):

    • Bluetooth: 2,9dBm

    • Bluetooth Low Energy: 1,4dBm

Range (line of sight)

approx. 10 m *


    With an undisturbed connection. The range varies with signal strength and the presence or absence of obstacles.

Position data

Supported Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)

GPS (USA), GLONASS (Russia), QZSS (Japan)

Collected Data

Latitude, Longitude, Elevation, Universal Time (UTC)

Time synchronization

Camera clock can be set to the time received from GNSS

Track logs

NMEA compliant

Log interval

15s, 30s, 1min, 2min, 5min

Maximum log recording duration

6, 12 or 24 hours

Delete log


Power Supply


One EN-EL18d lithium-ion battery*


    EN-EL18c, EN-EL18b, EN-EL18a and EN-EL18 batteries can also be used. However, keep in mind that you won't be able to take as many shots per charge with it as you can with an EN-EL18d. The EH-7P mains adapter with battery charging function can only be used to charge EN-EL18d/EN-EL18c/EN-EL18b batteries.

Mains adapter with battery charging function

Charging AC Adapter EH-7P

AC adapter

Power adapter EH-6d; requires battery compartment insert EP‑6a (sold separately)

tripod thread

tripod thread

0,635cm (1/4 inches, ISO 1222)


Dimensions (W × H × D)

approx. 149 × 149,5 × 90,5 mm


approx. 1340 g with battery and memory card, but without housing cover and accessory shoe cover; only camera body approx. 1160 g

Operating conditions


-10°C to +40°C


85% or less (non-condensing)



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Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Mark N (Vienna, AT)
Goods as described, prompt feedback, recommended!

Camera condition as described (new item), prompt response to email request
slightly long delivery time for stock items (9 days)

Thank you for your positive feedback! We are pleased to hear that you are satisfied with the product and our prompt communication. We apologize for the longer delivery time for in-stock items, but we are constantly working to improve our shipping process. Thank you for choosing Nikon and happy photography!

Michael (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
Fast and competent

Everything fine. Good price

KW (Brunswick, Germany)
Z 9

Order went great and couldn't be better.

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