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Das komplette Interview kann man hier nachlesen:How far away is a mirrorless equivalent to the D6?
A flagship Nikon Z-series mirrorless camera can be expected within the year, and is being developed with the goal of surpassing the D6. It will respond to the advanced needs of professionals. The upcoming model will debut a newly developed high-resolution stacked CMOS sensor. While this camera will be a major technological leap for still photographers of a wide variety of genres, our engineers are considering powerful video features such as 8K that respond to the needs of all kinds of content creators and professionals.
Where does 8K video fit in your strategy?
We consider 8K to be an important feature, in that the high resolution and high definition required in still photography is also important for video. It is likely that demand for high resolution and high definition will continue to expand, and especially considering that many of Nikon’s users are hybrid creators, it’s of utmost importance that the needs of videographers are met by offering attractive video features that push the boundary of what is possible.
And though we simply say '8K', this feature encompasses several user needs, whether it be to shoot video that is as high definition as it gets; to cut out footage into 4K video; or to generate high-definition still image cutouts to avoid missed photo opportunities. 8K offers flexibility in a time where the line between still photography and video is becoming thinner and thinner.
There are various demands in the market, and our planning department and development department work hard every day to consider what kind of specifications to incorporate into the product.
How important is the development of video for your future strategy?
Nikon is often perceived as a traditional manufacturer, but we were the first manufacturer to deliver video with digital SLR cameras, with the D90. Nowadays, it has become common for video functions to be supported in [interchangeable lens cameras]. Video is something that has existed as a potential need for a long time, and we welcome the increasing demand for video we have been seeing recently. In order to continue to meet these needs, we are building cameras with powerful video features as well as considering comprehensive solutions.
We welcome the increasing demand for video we have been seeing recently
We just released a firmware update that enableS 4K 60P recording on the Z 6II, and it is one of the only cameras that can shoot with BlackMagic RAW capability. The lenses we have introduced so far are also suitable for shooting video. We will continue to pursue a high degree of perfection with the Z mount system and our optical technologies, with the intent of enabling users to enjoy richer imaging expression, including not only still images but video as well.
For smooth AF during video, we aim for optical designs that minimize focus breathing. The newfound room in the structure around the mount has enabled us to arrange the focus group near the mount, leading to minimal change in the angle of view and thusly-improved suitability for video. This is also an advantage of the large diameter Z mount and short flange back.