Nikon Z9 Firmware Version 1.10 to be Released on January 5th

Nikon Japan today announced that a new firmware version 1.10 for Nikon’s flagship full frame mirrorless camera Z9 (Amazon/B&H Photo Video/Adorama/Focus Camera/Abt) will be officially released on January 5th, 2022. You can take a look at details of Z9 firmware version 1.10 below:

Press release: (Translated by Google)

Thank you for your continued patronage of Nikon products.

We are pleased to announce the release of firmware Ver.1.10 for the flagship mirrorless camera “Nikon Z 9” on January 5, 2022 at 15:00.

With the firmware Ver.1.10 for “Z 9”, the high-speed continuous shooting time is greatly improved. When shooting at approximately 20 frames per second with “RAW (high efficiency) + JPEG BASIC (size L)” split recording, it is possible to shoot from the conventional approximately 3 seconds to the world’s longest * 1 approximately 15 seconds * 2. It will be.
Shooting is possible when shooting at approximately 20 frames per second with “RAW (high efficiency ★) + JPEG BASIC (size L)” or “JPEG FINE (size L) + JPEG BASIC (size S)” split recording. The time will be reduced from the conventional 3 seconds to 8 seconds * 2.

By improving the high-speed continuous shooting time, it further supports high-pixel shooting at the decisive moment of a subject moving at high speed.

In addition, we plan to add various video functions and improve operability and functions when shooting still images and videos in future firmware updates.

As of December 28, 2021, this is a mirrorless camera equipped with an image sensor with an effective pixel count of 30 million or more, which has been released for high-speed continuous shooting at approximately 20 frames / second with “RAW + JPEG” split recording. According to Nikon research.
When using the attached lens “NIKKOR Z 50mm f / 1.8 S” and memory card “ProGrade Digital COBALT 1700R 325GB”. The continuous shooting time is reduced when “Slot 2 function” is set to “Backup recording” or when “Automatic distortion correction” is set to “ON”.