With just a little over a day to go before the official announcement, images of the upcoming Nikon mirrorless cameras and lenses have leaked. There's a lot to see!
The images include the two bodies, as well as the lenses being announced initially and the F-to-Z mount adapter. The lenses appear to be a 24-70mm f/4 lens, a 35mm f/1.8, and a 50mm f/1.8, with the zoom likely being a kit lens. All three lenses come with an "S" designation.
Note: the top three images below are of the Z7, while the bottom three are the Z6.
Personally, I'm a fan of the top screen, which reminds me of the Fujifilm GFX 50S. The ergonomics look like about what I'd expect. I also noticed a lack of labeling on the dial behind the shutter button, which to me says it's probably a multifunction control of some sort that possibly switches functions depending on the menu or shooting selection. What do you notice about the camera?
While we don't know the specs tonight, expect the announcement in the next 36 hours or so, which we'll have ready for you. To see all the shots of the new cameras and lenses, head over to Nokishita.