We've got 11 additional Nikon Zf leaked specs and a few corrections, but as detailed as they are, we do not have any hint of when it will be announced, let alone the time. Sony Alpha Rumours said it could be announced any day or week several weeks ago. Nikon Rumors was less specific stating that the Nikon Zf would be announced sometime August or September.

    Nikon Zf New Specifications (Rumored)

    • Expeed 7 processor
    • LCD and EVF specs are the same as Z6II (same size and resolution)
    • It can shoot 10-bit H.265 HEVC video (SDR/HLG/N-log)
    • 4k 30p is full size 60p is cropped
    • 1080 24/25, 30, 50/60, 100/120 Fps
    • 273 AF points
    • New AF features
    • Z8/Z9 AF capabilities including 3D tracking
    • Magnesium Alloy body
    • High Extended Shooting for RAW and HEIF
    • Shutter selection options: Mechanical / Electronic Front-Curtain / Auto
    • Size: 144mm x 101mm x 57mm

    Nikon Zf Previous specifications (Rumored)

    • 24.4 megapixel Full-Frame BSI sensor
    • 30fps in JPEG or HEIF
    • ISO 100-64,000
    • Improved autofocus over Z6 II
    • Better build quality compared to the Nikon Zfc
    • Pixel Shift
    • 4k 60 video
    • IBIS
    • Small Top LCD screen for aperture display
    • Fully articulating screen same as Z6 II
    • EVF same as Z6 II
    • Max. shutter: 1/8000s
    • Black camera body only (for now)
    • The Z f logo is moved to the left (the Zfc has it on the right)
    • Dual memory card slots (SD+MicroSD)
    • August – September announcement
    • Shipping before the end of 2023
    • Multiple kit packages available
    • Nikon Zfc design
    • Has a little grip/bump like the Nikon Df (see the mockup pictures)
    • USB C PD
    • EN-EL15 battery
    • 700 grams
    • Price: $1,999

    With a detailed list of specifications, and multiple leaked images, the Nikon Zf announcement is going to happen soon. The Nikon Zf could be announced before the end of August, but if Nikon missed that timeline, they will announce in the second half of September.

    Derek is a writer, video and stills shooter who has been in the video graphics industry since the 1980s. Derek is a founding member of the Camera Insider.

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