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Nikon D6 DSLR Camera (Body Only)

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Nikon D6 DSLR Camera (Body Only)
Key Features
  • 20.8MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor
  • EXPEED 6 Image Processor
  • Multi-CAM 37K 105-Pt. All Cross-Type AF
  • 14 fps Shooting, Extended ISO 3280000
The peak of Nikon's DSLR lineup, the D6 is a no-holds-barred camera with a focus on speed, performance, reliability, and precision. Adept in both photo and video realms, the D6 revolves around a 20.8MP FX-format sensor and an EXPEED 6 image processor that enables an impressive 14 fps continuous shooting rate, a native sensitivity range from ISO 100-102400 (expandable up to ISO 3280000), and UHD 4K video recording at 30 fps. When working with stills, a revised high-density Multi-CAM 37K autofocus system features 105 cross-type points that improve focusing precision and speed, and with 1.6x greater frame coverage, the need to recompose while shooting is greatly reduced. This focusing system also works with 17 customizable Group Area AF patterns to suit working in cluttered or busy scenarios or with fast-moving subjects.
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Nikon D6 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 220.8MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor and EXPEED 6 Image Processor
  • 3105-Point All Cross-Type Multi-CAM 37K Autofocus System
  • 44K UHD Video Recording
  • 5Body Design and Connectivity
  • 6Scene Recognition System and Exposure Metering
  • 7Other Camera Features
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The peak of Nikon's DSLR lineup, the D6 is a no-holds-barred camera with a focus on speed, performance, reliability, and precision. Adept in both photo and video realms, the D6 revolves around a 20.8MP FX-format sensor and an EXPEED 6 image processor that enables an impressive 14 fps continuous shooting rate, a native sensitivity range from ISO 100-102400 (expandable up to ISO 3280000), and UHD 4K video recording at 30 fps. When working with stills, a revised high-density Multi-CAM 37K autofocus system features 105 cross-type points that improve focusing precision and speed, and with 1.6x greater frame coverage, the need to recompose while shooting is greatly reduced. This focusing system also works with 17 customizable Group Area AF patterns to suit working in cluttered or busy scenarios or with fast-moving subjects.

As Nikon's flagship DSLR, the D6 is, of course, a tough camera, too. Its magnesium alloy construction pairs with extensive weather sealing to resist dust and moisture, and a reinforced shutter mechanism has been tested for 400,000 shutter cycles. For viewing, there is a large pentaprism optical viewfinder with 0.72x-magnification as well as a rear 3.2" 2.36m-dot touchscreen LCD. Additionally, the body design incorporates dual CFexpress Type B memory card slots, which offer flexible file saving capabilities, and internal Wi-Fi and Bluetooth also benefit file saving needs as well as afford remote shooting control. For more robust connectivity, the D6 supports wired and wireless LAN connections, too. And, built-in GPS is featured, as well, for in-camera geotagging applications. In familiar form, too, the D6 also has a variety of configurable Function buttons across the body and an integrated vertical grip supports working in both horizontal and vertical shooting orientations.

20.8MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor and EXPEED 6 Image Processor

The FX-format 20.8MP CMOS sensor is paired with the EXPEED 6 image processor to offer a proven mixture of high sensitivity, nuanced image quality, and fast overall performance. At native values, a sensitivity range from ISO 100-102400 permits working in a broad array of lighting conditions, an can be further expanded to ISO 50-3280000 (Lo 1 to Hi 5) to handle the most challenging of situations. The mixture of resolution and sensor size also contributes to clean image quality and smooth color transitions with reduced noise throughout the sensitivity range.

In addition to benefitting image quality, the EXPEED 6 processor also affords a wealth of speed throughout the camera system, including a top continuous shooting rate of 14 fps for up to 200 consecutive frames. For sound-sensitive situations, a silent 10.5 fps rate can be used for discreet shooting and, if choosing to work in a lower resolution and in live view, up to 60 fps shooting is possible at 2MP or 30 fps shooting at 8MP.

105-Point All Cross-Type Multi-CAM 37K Autofocus System

Dubbed "the most powerful AF in Nikon's history," the Multi-CAM 37K autofocus system uses an intelligent array of 105 all cross-type points to quickly and accurately achieve focus across the frame and in a variety of lighting conditions. This high-density system allows photographers to set focus almost anywhere within the frame in order to avoid recomposing. This unique design reduces the area of non-AF-sensitive areas in order to make the effective coverage 1.6x greater than in previous models, which allows for more accurate and faster focusing across the frame, with both still and moving subjects. When working with moving subjects, 17 custom Group Area AF settings can be used to set and maintain focus on subjects featuring busy backgrounds or fast subject movement. Benefitting the use of super telephoto lenses and teleconverters, 15 of the points are compatible with an effective aperture of f/8 and all 1053 points support working with effective apertures of f/5.6 or brighter.

Complementing the abundance of focusing points is a dedicated AF engine, which offers quick response times to benefit tracking fast and randomly moving subjects, even at the top 14 fps shooting rate. The AF engine also contributes to enhanced focusing sensitivity, with the ability to focus at -4.5 EV for working in very dark, low-contrast situations.

Furthering the versatility of the focusing system, seven different AF-area modes can be selected to support varying types of subject matter:
  • Single-Point AF: The camera uses a single point to find focus.
  • Dynamic-Area AF: Available with 9, 25, 49, or 105-point selections, this mode uses a primary single focus point to lock onto focus, and then makes use of the surrounding points for maintaining focus while tracking erratically-\ moving subjects.
  • Group-Area AF: This mode treats smaller groups of AF points as a single point for a wider field of recognition and is well-suited to tracking faces or other detailed subjects.
  • 3D-Tracking: Using a subject's color information, this mode utilizes all 105 points to maintain focus on a moving subject while half-pressing the shutter button.
  • Auto-Area AF: This mode makes use of all 105 points to quickly identify the main subject, and then prioritizes recognized faces as portrait subjects in any AF servo mode.

In addition to the range of AF-area modes, an AF lock-on function can also be used to improve subject tracking performance and can be adjusted by two parameters—quick or delayed blocked shot AF response and erratic or steady subject movement. By configuring these settings, the AF performance can be optimized to handle a wide variety of subject movement types.

Lastly, a unique auto AF fine-tune function can be employed to ensure the best possible focus for each mounted lens. Rather than relying on photographing distance charts, this function lets you achieve precise focus manually in live view, and then have the AF system calibrate itself to the fine-tuned focus position in order to alleviate front- and back-focusing issues.

 

4K UHD Video Recording

Taking notice of multimedia image-maker's needs, the D6 incorporates adept video recording capabilities. Able to record UHD 4K at 30, 25, and 24 fps frame rates, Full HD and HD recording is also supported, along with the ability to save movie files to the in-camera memory cards or as an uncompressed file to an optional external recorder via HDMI out.

As with still shooting, the wide range of sensitivities is available for recording in low- and bright-light conditions, ranging from expanded ISO 100-3280000, and sensitivity values are manually adjustable via the dedicated movie-shooting menu. Also, a video-optimized Flat Picture Control mode can be used during recording to flatten the overall contrast curve for more control during post-production and color grading.

In regard to handling, a dedicated power aperture button (Pv) makes it possible to achieve smooth, continuous exposure transitions when switching from light to dark areas, and Auto ISO can also be used to maintain consistent brightness when working in changing light situations. Audio recording can be handled using the built-in stereo microphone or an optional external mic can be added via the 3.5mm stereo jack for greater control over quality. Regardless if using the in-camera mic or an external mic, audio levels can be adjusted in 20 increments and live monitoring is possible via the headphone jack, which afford 30 different volume levels for playback.

In addition to straight movie recording, time-lapse recording, for up to 9999 consecutive frames shot over the course of up to one week, is also possible with up to UHD 4K at 30 fps output from the camera.

Body Design and Connectivity

  • A large 3.2" rear LCD monitor features a high 2.36m-dot resolution for clear, vivid playback and live view shooting. The monitor is also a touchscreen for more intuitive menu navigation and settings control. The touchscreen is also usable while shooting, giving you the ability to choose a focus point or an area to set the white balance from. The screen can also be used as a keyboard for quickly entering notes, copyright info, or IPTC metadata.
  • The bright 0.72x optical pentaprism viewfinder covers 100% of the FX frame for framing accuracy. A detachable DK-27 Eyepiece Adapter also lets you attach a rain cover directly to the viewfinder for more comfortable shooting in wet conditions.
  • Configured with two CFexpress Type B/XQD memory card slots, allowing you to extend file saving capabilities by permitting overflow recording, in-camera file duplicating, or the ability to segregate raw and JPEG files between the two cards.
  • The familiar body design incorporates a vertical grip that is designed to be equally as comfortable and efficient when shooting in the vertical or horizontal orientation.
  • Advanced customization options help to create an intuitive and efficient way of working with the camera, including configuring re-callable preset camera settings, such as distinct AF settings, for immediate use and quick switching depending on the shooting situation. There are 14 different buttons that can be personalized with up to 46 different functions for easier access to the settings you need and an intuitive i Menu, accessible via the i button, provides a shortcut to the most oft-used camera settings, which can be configured to your own needs. Additionally, save up to four custom shooting combinations from the Custom Settings Menu and up to four from the Photo Shooting Menu for faster switching between shooting settings.
  • A robust magnesium alloy chassis is both dust- and weather-resistant to benefit working in harsh climates and inclement conditions.
  • The ergonomic grip and overall form factor are shaped to benefit handling for extended periods of time and are further accentuated by anti-slip, textured joysticks and easy-to-open card slot covers. Additionally, most of the rear buttons on the rear of the camera are illuminated for greater visibility when working in dim lighting conditions.
  • An electronic front-curtain shutter helps to minimize mechanical vibrations in order to better ensure sharpness during long exposures.
  • The high-precision shutter mechanism has been tested for a long lifespan of 400,000 actuations.
  • The included EN-EL18c rechargeable lithium-ion battery is CIPA-rated to last for approximately 3580 shots per charge in single-frame release modes.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth work in conjunction with Snapbridge for seamless wireless file transferring and remote camera control from a mobile device.
  • Integrated GPS module enables in-camera file geotagging.
  • The built-in wired LAN function of 1000 Base-T (Gigabit) standard enables high-speed, seamless transferring of still imagery and movie files for expediting an entire post-production workflow. For more robust wireless file transferring, the D6 is also compatible with the optional WT-6A Wireless Transmitter.

Scene Recognition System and Exposure Metering

The intelligent Scene Recognition System with 3D Color Matrix Metering III utilizes a 180,000-pixel RGB sensor to evaluate and analyze all aspects within a scene, including brightness, contrast, subject distance, and the scene colors, to quickly determine an accurate exposure and white balance setting to best render the scene at hand. The information gathered is also checked against onboard reference images to ensure consistency from image to image in regard to exposure, white balance, i-TTL flash settings, and subject-tracking AF performance.

Other Camera Features

  • Focus Shift Mode benefits working with focus stacking techniques by automatically recording a series of images at different focus steps. Up to 300 individual frames can be recorded within these steps, with the D6 automatically shifting focus between each shot to achieve an extended depth of field. The sequential images will be saved within a unique folder on the memory card in order to keep each series of exposures segregated for a faster and easier post-production workflow.
  • For long exposure shooting, specific exposure times longer than 30 seconds can be set for more accurate results. Configured in the custom settings menu, and usable in the M mode, selectable times are available from 60 sec up to 900 sec.
  • To reduce post-production times, there are 20 unique Creative Picture Controls, which can be previewed in real time, and used with both photos and videos, to adjust the look and feel of imagery.
  • Multiple exposures can be made in the traditional sense, of sequentially shooting consecutive frames over one another, or can be made using any photo previously shot with the camera via the Retouch menu.
UPC: 018208016242

Nikon D6 Specs

Imaging
Lens MountNikon F
Sensor ResolutionActual: 21.33 Megapixel
Effective: 20.8 Megapixel (5568 x 3712)
Sensor Type35.9 x 23.9 mm (Full-Frame) CMOS
Mirror Lock-UpYes
Capture TypeStills & Video
Exposure Control
Shutter TypeMechanical Focal Plane Shutter, Electronic Shutter
Shutter SpeedElectronic Front Curtain Shutter
1/8000 to 900 Seconds
Bulb/Time ModeBulb Mode, Time Mode
ISO SensitivityPhoto
100 to 102,400 in Manual, Auto Mode (Extended: 50 to 328,000)
Video
100 to 102,400 in Manual, Auto Mode (Extended: 100 to 328,000)
Metering Method3D Color Matrix, Center-Weighted Average, Highlight Weighted, Spot
Exposure ModesAperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation-5 to +5 EV (1/3, 1/2, 1 EV Steps)
Metering Range-3 to 20 EV
White BalancePresets: Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Preset Manual, Shade
Continuous ShootingMechanical Shutter
Up to 14 fps at 20.8 MP for up to 200 Frames (JPEG)
Electronic Shutter
Up to 10.5 fps at 20.8 MP
Up to 60 fps at 2 MP
Up to 30 fps at 8 MP
Interval RecordingYes
Self-Timer2/5/10/20-Second Delay
Still Image Capture
Image Sizes3:2
5568 x 3712
4176 x 2784
2784 x 1856
1:1
3712 x 3712
2784 x 2784
1856 x 1856
16:9
5568 x 3128
4176 x 2344
2784 x 1560
Aspect Ratio1:1, 3:2, 4:5, 16:9
Image File FormatJPEG, Raw
Bit Depth14-Bit
Internal Video Capture
Recording ModesH.264/MOV
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p
HD (1280 x 720) at 50p/59.94p
Recording LimitUp to 105 Minutes
Broadcast OutputNTSC/PAL
Built-In Microphone TypeStereo
Audio Recording AAC Audio
2-Channel LPCM Audio
External Video Capture
External Recording ModesHDMI
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160)
Full HD (1920 x 1080)
HD (1280 x 720)
IP StreamingNone
Interface
Media/Memory Card SlotDual Slot: CFexpress Type B / XQD
Video I/O1 x Mini-HDMI Output
Audio I/O1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Headphone Output
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Microphone Input
Power I/ONone
Other I/O1 x USB Type-C (USB 3.2 / 3.1 Gen 1) Data Output
1 x Nikon 10-Pin Input
1 x RJ45 Output
WirelessBluetooth
Wi-Fi *Adapter Required
Global Positioning (GPS, GLONASS, etc.)GPS, GLONASS, QZSS
Monitor
Size3.2"
Resolution2,359,000 Dot
Display TypeFixed Touchscreen LCD
Secondary DisplayTop: Status Display
Viewfinder
TypeOptical (Pentaprism)
Eye Point17 mm
Coverage100%
MagnificationApprox. 0.72x
Diopter Adjustment-3 to +1
Focus
Focus TypeAuto and Manual Focus
Focus ModeContinuous-Servo AF, Manual Focus, Single-Servo AF
Autofocus PointsPhase Detection: 105 (105 Cross-Type)
Autofocus Sensitivity-4.5 to +20 EV
Flash
Built-In FlashNo
Flash ModesFirst-Curtain Sync, Hi-Speed Sync, Off, Rear Curtain/Slow Sync, Rear Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Slow Sync, Slow Sync/Red-Eye Reduction
Maximum Sync Speed1/250 Second
Flash Compensation-3 to +1 EV (1/3, 1/2, 1 EV Steps)
Dedicated Flash SystemiTTL
External Flash ConnectionHot Shoe, PC Terminal
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Operating Humidity0 to 85%
General
Battery Type1 x EN-EL18c Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 10.8 VDC, 2500 mAh (Approx. 3580 Shots)
Tripod Mounting Thread1 x 1/4"-20 Female (Bottom)
Accessory Mount1 x Hot Shoe Mount
Material of ConstructionMagnesium Alloy
Dimensions (W x H x D)6.3 x 6.42 x 3.62" / 160 x 163 x 92 mm
Weight2.79 lb / 1270 g (Body Only)
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.165 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.2 x 8.5 x 6.5"

Nikon D6 Reviews

If you know, then you know (I don't know)

By David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-13

The best D5 review I ever read was simply If you know, then you know. If you were trying to decide between the D5 and the D850 in 2019, you definitely did not know and had no business even considering the D5. The flagship Nikon (5 or 6) fulfills very specific needs. If you don't know exactly what those needs are, you haven't got them and the flagship ain't for you. Let me be simple: if you are a serious sports, wildlife or photojournalistic shooter, there is no better DSLR on the market than the D6. You want this camera because the autofocus system is superb, low-light performance is great, controls are where they ought to be (and surprisingly customizable), and it's rugged, seemingly indestructible, and feels great in your hands. It instills confidence effortlessly. Aside from some issues establishing connectivity, I haven't encountered any disappointments with the D6. I can't imagine a more robust flagship DSLR. If you've heard folks complain about the camera being too heavy or too loud or lacking MPs or an articulating rear screen, they simply don't understand the niche this camera fills. And yet, that's exactly the point that's been bugging me: the D6's niche. Could the camera's applications be too narrow for me? Might the Z9 be better suited to my needs? I shoot mostly fast-moving sports in low-light conditions. The D6 thrives in those situations. But customers increasingly ask for video and high-res portraits and sometimes a less noisy camera (you know, for in the locker room after you just lost a game). Also,14 fps is incredible, but 20fps is another thing altogether. So I rented a Z9. Unfortunately, what makes an accurate comparison so difficult are the inherent differences between DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. I had trouble connecting with the Z9 on a basic level. I had difficulty using the EVF; it felt artificial and it seemed to lag at times. Not hearing a shutter/mirror is disorienting. At one point I discovered I'd shot about 30 frames without knowing it. And despite all the sophisticated autofocus modes, I was never quite sure in the moment if I was achieving focus. When I got home and checked out the photos on my desktop I was floored. They looked great! So many more than I anticipated were in focus and well-composed. I had more successful shots on the Z9 than the D6. Have my misgivings about mirrorless been simply a result of a bias? Could the Z9, with its much broader applications, be a more sensible choice? I don't know. What I can say is the D6 in my hands feels like home. Though we all have to leave home at some point, right?

Excellent camera

By Ioulia
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-27

Sturdy, robust, extremely fast and don't disappoint. Excellent camera that would last for many many years of shooting.

Fast Action Low Light Pro

By Ken
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-23

I added this to my camera quiver for use in low light fast action scenarios like shooting birds in flight. I do a lot of bird survey work and other projects for non-profits and photograph birds for my own enjoyment and e bird records. Many times situations arise in the first and last hour of the day where I really need to push the ISO. The D6 really handles the job and my external buttons are programmed to match my D850 and D500's so no major muscle memory retraining :-)

Totally great

By Miguel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-21

A dream of a camera, fantastic

Buy this camera.

By Perry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-06

I watched many reviews on the D6 before finally deciding to buy one.  The initial reviews were harsh but I noticed that the criticisms all seemed to be based on disappointment over what Nikon didn’t add to the camera rather than what they did add.  Photographers seemed to love the D5 though and the D6 was being described by most as more capable than the D5 so I decided to try it out. The D6 exceeds my expectations. I’ve shot with the Nikkor 28mm f/1.4 in low light conditions and the results were amazing. Vibrant colors and detail that I couldn’t even see with my naked eyes. I attached the Nikkor 400mm f/2.8 to get fantastic shots of a bald eagle in flight. The D6 tracked the fast moving eagle and locked focus for some great photos. Even after cropping the detail was impressive. I almost allowed the naysayers to dissuade me from trying the D6 and I’m glad that I didn’t. This is a great camera.

Terrific AF performance

By Bipul
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-15

I'm blown away by the AF performance. The day I received it, I put my 400mm f/2.8E lens and went to a nearby NWR to test. I don't remember missing any shot due to focus. Almost all of them were a keeper from focus & sharpness point of view. It was half hour past sunset when I was returning home before I noticed an owl on a pole. The AF locked on it almost instantly. However, the image was not a keeper due to noise from HIGH ISO 12800. Yes, the camera can shoot at very high ISO but those images are good for photojournalism, not a keeper for wildlife photographer. I would not go beyond ISO 6400 for wildlife shot. Also I'm not completely happy with the color reproduction when I compare it with my D850's images. So I would still reserve D850 for landscapes and D6 for action shots only. I'm still happy with the camera, just taking a star off for the things I discussed above.

Great Company with Great Products

By Will
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-28

I have bought several cameras and camera accessories from B&H. Most recently bought the Nikon 7z ii, that I use for weddings. The Nikon 7zii makes makes great quality images that are sharp. Products come very quickly and packaged well. I never have had any issues receiving my products. B&H is my go to when it comes to getting equipment for my wedding photography business.

Great sports camera

By Tom
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-08

As fast this camera is it a wonder I don't burn my hand! The focus spot sharp and I really love the Wi-go when I down-load my photographs. It's worth the price for anyone who shoots sports like rodeos, football and baseball and anyone says different is wrong. Buy this camera!

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