Alongside the announcement of the Nikon Z8, Nikon also released 22 sample photos, most of which have full EXIF data. I’m publishing all of them below, alongside some crops to show performance at various ISO values (although there aren’t any surprises given that the camera shares the sensor of the Z9).
Keep in mind that we don’t know what file type Nikon’s photographers used when shooting the original photos – it may have been JPEG or HEIF rather than NEF files for example. Nevertheless, I hope you find the following photos informative.
Spencer, what do you think, is there any chance the Z8/Z9 get a high res pixel shift firmware update?
Certainly possible! The Canon R5 got its (JPEG only) pixel-shift feature via a firmware update, so I wouldn’t put it past Nikon. As for timeframe, your guess is as good as mine.
I am Nikon users from last 30 years …
But I am sorry to say Nikon India,is in very poor condition…poor after sale service..
they don’t have service center is state capital…
miss leading behaviours.
Apps are not working from last 8 months..
and many more…..
we are planning to switch to others brand very soon.
I am a wildlife photographer and working as a photojournalist in national news paper.