The market is hotting up for high end camera gear with the recent release of the Sony A1, Canon EOS R5, and now the Nikon Z 9.
Nikon haven’t given much away yet, but what we do know is it adopts the Nikon Z mount, is a full-frame mirrorless set up, and will be able to record 8K video for the best of both worlds. Many have commented on the size of the camera and with the necessity for cooling when shooting 4K and above, perhaps there’s some kind of cooling mechanism built into the body. But without doubt it will be geared to handle just about any peripheral.
It also has a newly developed FX-format stacked CMOS sensor and new image-processing engine and Nikon are confident that it is far superior to previous digital-SLR and mirrorless cameras.
If you like your cameras to do-it-all, then you’re most likely going to have to pay a pretty penny for it. This is obviously going to appeal to you depending on how you like to shoot or the shoot you’re on and going the one camera route may actually work out to be cheaper for some.