Z9 Firmware update: greater control over flicker reduction + AF improvements

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Z9 Firmware update: greater control over flicker reduction + AF improvements

This just arrived in my inbox:

“Hi there,

Good morning! Nikon has released the latest firmware update, version 2.10, for the Nikon Z 9.

Firmware version 2.10 introduces a new High-Frequency Flicker Reduction function to the Z 9. When the function is enabled in photo shooting mode, the shutter speed can be fine-tuned in increments from the normal 1/3 or 1/2 EV to those as small as 1/96 EV. The ability to adjust shutter speed more precisely than ever before makes it possible to suppress the effects of flicker, even when signboards and lighting that use high-frequency LEDs are included in the angle of view with shooting.

The Z 9’s autofocus performance has also been further improved, notably increasing AF tracking performance with small subjects (those that take up a very small portion of the frame) as well as focus accuracy when eye/face-detection AF is used with continuous-servo AF (AF-C).”

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