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Nikon's new D6 flagship features their most powerful auto-focus system yet

You'll never miss the shot with this beast of a DSLR.
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Nikon D6

Nikon is still putting its full weight behind its big full-frame DSLRs and its latest model is one of its most capable yet with the all-new D6 flagship. The camera features a 20.8MP FX-format sensor coupled with the company's most powerful AF system they've ever created. Combine this with the ability to capture up to 14 fps and you'll be able to capture every piece of the action. It will also feature an EXPEED 6 image-processing engine that lets you shoot at ISO's up to 102,400, 60 fps stills when shooting video, a 10.5fps mode that can shoot in total silence, and all the high-speed and wireless connectivity options you could ever need. 


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