At present, Twitter account Photolari shared a tweet with a pair of photographs exhibiting what seems to be Nikon Z9 mirrorless cameras within the wild on the Olympics.

The unique tweet has been deleted, however digicame-info managed to save lots of the above photographs earlier than their removing. Nikon has confirmed some particulars of its forthcoming flagship mirrorless digital camera, however solely proven renderings of the entrance of the digital camera. These new photographs reveal the bottom of the pro-style digital camera physique, which seems to function Nikon’s signature round eyepiece, twin joysticks, a directional pad and a beneficiant array of buttons. Beneath is a breakdown of the buttons (a lot of that are absolutely going to be customizable):

There seems to be black gaffer tape across the display screen of the digital camera, obscuring what could or will not be an articulating show.

DPReview confirmed with Nikon earlier this week that it had its Z6 II and Z7 II mirrorless cameras and Z mount lenses on-hand on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, however there was no point out of its unreleased Z9 mirrorless digital camera. It’s been confirmed Canon has photographers testing out its forthcoming EOS R3 mirrorless digital camera on the Olympics as properly, so it’s no shock Nikon is utilizing the Olympic Video games as a testing floor as properly for its skilled digital camera system.