Is This The Nikon Z1 Entry-Level Full Frame Mirrorless Camera?

Nikon Z1

EDIT: appears to be a design mock-up, see the comment section.

Mirrorless Rumors posted an image of what might well be Nikon’s upcoming entry level full frame mirrorless camera.

So far it’s not entirely clear if the image above is a mockup/fake or if it is real. So take it with a grain of salt.

Given that Canon already has an entry level full frame mirrorless camera, the EOS RP, it’s likely Nikon will soon follow up with their own model.

Stay tuned.

Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera to be Announced this Week, Latest Teaser Already About Experience

Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless

Nikon is set to announce their two full frame mirrorless cameras this week, on August 23, 2018. The upcoming Nikon FF MILCS are the Nikon Z6 (a high speed, low light model with a 24MP sensor), and the Nikon Z7 (a high-resolution model with 45MP).

The latest teaser (video below) is about photographers sharing their first impression after having used Nikon’s new mirrorless system. Most of the specifications for the two mirrorless cameras have already leaked.

Nikon’s Latest Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Teaser is About Lenses

Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless

Nikon posted the fourth teaser for their upcoming full frame mirrorless camera, and this time it’s about lenses.

The teaser suggests Nikon will release new, fast lenses under the company’s “NOCT” moniker.

In less than a week, on August 23, Nikon will (most likely) announce two full frame mirrorless cameras, the Nikon Z6 (a high speed, low light model with a 24MP sensor), and the Nikon Z7 (a high-resolution model with 45MP). The teaser video below is most likely pointing to the Nikon Z-Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/0.95 lens, rumored to be announced after the two FF MILCs. The caption for the teaser video states

NIKKOR lenses have offered photographers ever more ways to express themselves. To pursue and control the essence of light is at the heart of this journey, from now into the next 100 years.

Specifications for Nikon’s full frame mirrorless cameras have already leaked.

Nikon’s upcoming Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras are named Nikon Z6 and Z7, four lenses to be announced too

Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

New bits about Nikon’s upcoming mirrorless cameras.

Nikon Rumors reports the following:

  • The names of the two new Nikon full-frame cameras will be:
    • Nikon Z6: high speed, low light model (24MP)
    • Nikon Z7: high-resolution model (45MP)
  • The new Nikon mirrorless lenses could be called Z-Nikkor
  • There will be a Nikon Z-Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/0.95 lens. This will be the fourth Z-mount lens and it will be announced after August 23rd
  • In the next official teaser or in the final press release, Nikon will greatly emphasize the inner diameter of the new mount
  • Nikon will concentrate on high-end prime lenses for their new mirrorless system
  • [NR] believe[s] on August 23rd we will get both the Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 mirrorless cameras together with the 24-70mm f/4, 50mm f/1.8 and one more wide angle lens (24mm f/1.8 or 28mm f/1.8 or 35mm f/1.8)

There have been already two teaser by Nikon, and most of the specifications for the two mirrorless cameras have already leaked.

Nikon publishes new teaser for their full frame mirrorless camera (about the body)

Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

Nikon released a third teaser video for the company’s upcoming full frame mirrorless camera. This teaser video is about the camera’s body. I’d say it looks pretty good.

Nikon says:

We’ve pursued the development of the ultimate camera for many years. Our new mirrorless system further embodies our spirit of manufacturing cameras without compromise.

And here is the new teaser video:

Nikon already officially announced the development of a full frame mirrorless camera, and will hold an announcement on August 23, 2018. A set of specifications also leaked.

We expect Canon to follow soon after Nikon. The latest hint we got suggests an important, mirrorless-related announcement on September 4/5, 2018. In the meantime, you may want to have look to the rumors about Canon’s full frame mirrorless camera.

Stay tuned!