Version 1.1.0 of Nikon’s NX Field software has been published (remote shooting system)

Nikon’s NX Field remote shooting technology has been updated to version 1.1.0. The Nikon Z6, Z7, Z6II, and Z7II cameras are now supported in the latest version. Later on, support for the new Z9 will be introduced. Information about the subject:

V. 1.1.0 OF THE NX FIELD REMOTE SHOOTING SYSTEM FOR PROFESSIONAL AGENCIES IS RELEASED BY NIKON.
Nikon full-frame mirrorless cameras, such as the Z 7II and Z 6II, are supported, with capabilities including quiet photography and face- and eye-detection AF.

MELVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — Nikon is thrilled to announce the introduction of NX Field Ver. 1.1.0, a remote shooting solution for professional agencies. The Z 7II, Z 6II, Z 7, and Z 6 full-frame (Nikon FX-format) mirrorless cameras are now supported by this upgrade. 1

With the addition of support for mirrorless cameras in version 1.1.0, the quiet shooting function, which is unique to mirrorless cameras, may now be controlled remotely. This allows remote cameras to be utilized in locations and situations when silence is required, such as symphony halls and chess tournaments. Face- and Eye-detection AF, which is included in Nikon mirrorless cameras, is now supported in version 1.1.0, allowing for a more dependable focus on the subject’s face and eyes during distant shooting. Furthermore, the focus points distributed throughout a large region of the frame make it simple to focus on items towards the boundaries of the frame, giving you greater creative license when constructing photographs.

NX Field 1.1.0 also includes support for interval timer shooting with compatible digital SLR and mirrorless cameras. Even from a distance, automated shooting may be enabled by setting the shooting interval and amount of shots on the remote camera.

Nikon collaborated with the Yomiuri Shimbun to shoot the 34th Ryuo Shogi (Japanese Chess) Tournament and the 46th Kisei Go Tournament utilizing NX Field. Without breaking the players’ focus, silent shooting allowed for the recording of the most thrilling and dramatic moments in the matches.

Nikon will continue to support professional photographers who are on the frontlines of reporting and capturing pivotal moments with NX Field2 improvements.

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