Nikon announces development of the MC-N10, a remote grip to enhance efficiency in video recording, and the release of the MC-CF660G CFexpress memory card
Further expanding the possibilities of image expression, the MC-N10 and MC-CF660G will be advantageous complements to the ever-expanding and award-winning Z mount system
Sydney, Australia – Nikon Australia is pleased to announce the development of the MC-N10 Remote Grip for mirrorless cameras for which the Nikon Z mount has been adopted, as well as the release of the CFexpress memory card MC-CF660G.
The MC-N10 is an accessory that allows remote control of Nikon Z mount mirrorless cameras via a wired connection. It can control various functions of Nikon mirrorless cameras, increasing the efficiency of video recording with a small crew while expanding the possibilities of video recording. It also supports still shooting.
Usage example of MC-N10. The appearance of the actual product may differ from the above image
The MC-CF660G is a CFexpress (Type B) memory card with a large capacity of 660 GB. It realises a maximum read speed of approximately 1700 MB/s and maximum write speed of approximately 1500 MB/s. It is particularly suited for video/still shooting with the Nikon Z 9 full-frame/FX-format mirrorless camera.
Nikon will continue to contribute to the development of imaging culture, with the hope of expanding the possibilities for imaging expression, for both videos and stills.
* CFexpress is a trademark of the CompactFlash Association in the United States and other countries.