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Captivating imaging power, astonishing speed, dazzling low light performance and extreme durability—all paired with the most powerful AF in Nikon's history. Tough enough for the most demanding professional environments, both in the field and in the studio. Sports and action shots with exceptional focus where it matters. Fast and reliable 14fps continuous shooting. Stunningly clean image quality that shines in any light. Remoteless long exposures. Crucial workflow enhancements for the modern age. The Nikon D6 will redefine the way you work.
D6 Body Only
- EN-EL18c Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
- MH-26a Battery Charger
- HDMI and USB Cable Clip/li>
- UC-E24 USB Cable
- AN-DC22 Camera Strap
- DK-27 Eyepiece Adapter
- DK-17F Fluorine-Coated Finder Eyepiece
- BF-1B Body Cap
- BS-3 Accessory Shoe Cover
- BL-6 Battery Chamber Cover
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Fantastic camera. So great that I can send full JPEGImages to my Iphone in seconds and the 14 FPS capability with my Nikon 500mm FL let’s me capture images that I would have missed before. The tremendous number of settings available on this camera is just remarkable and it’s enhanced ability to focus onto a moving subject is incredible. This is Nikons finest.
The D6 is a seamless part of my photography. Its speed, agility and functionality focus my attention on the subject, I'm not distracted by the photographic process like no other DSLR. Shooting stills and video is so much fun it's a joy to shoot with the D6 every time. I couldn't live or work without it!Moose Peterson
I have used Nikon cameras and lens for 50 years, and the D6 is the best camera ever of Nikon brand. Perhaps the best camera ever made. As a sports photographer I know I am not limited by the technology and know that the image quality is first rate and can be used for any publication.
Yes, it's sturdy and reliable. It's the most connected Nikon thus far. It performs in low light where lesser cameras do not. The thing that impresses me most about the D6, however, is its' autofocus capability. I shoot a lot of wildlife; birds in flight in particular. When I pair the D6 with the 800mm f/5.6 Nikkor, focus lock is quick and tenacious. 3-D Tracking is my AF-area mode of choice. Using Continuous-servo AF (AF-C), I'm able to lock on to a bird and reliably hold focus, even when the bird flies directly toward me. As I handhold most of my shots, this is even more impressive to me. When shooting sports, the AF locks and tracks focus on a selected player even when that player momentarily weaves through a crowd. I own the D810, D850, Z7, and D5. I believe the D6 is superior to them all as far as autofocus is concerned. Keep up the good work, Nikon.
I have used Nikon ever since buying the D50 in 2005 and my purchases have progressed up the chain since. I currently have the full suite of current Nikon DSLRs (610,780, and 850), and now, the D6. I have owned a few DSLR flagships: The D3s, 4s, 5 and now the D6. The D6 will not disappoint. It's everything the brochure says it is: Amazing AF, excellent color rendition, accurate white balance, and solid build quality. I highly recommend the Nikon D6, and not just for sports and action but other areas as well such as portraiture, food, and general events.
I CANNOT SAY ENOUGH ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE AND SPEED .
It has big ense and looks cool
I have had the D6 since May and came to it from the D3, D4, D4s.I shoot almost exclusively birds in southern Florida.The camera was initially hard for me to get the best focusing performance, but after reading hints from the forums on Group AFC, I finally found that the C1 group of 3x7 gives me an almost perfect capture of all shots in focus of birds flying towards the camera. Without doubt it is the best camera I have had in this, for me, most important performance aspect.
Excellent tool to make money and have fun at the same time. So, So much can be done with this camera. I have my dream camera its all I'll ever need for the next 20 yrs.
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