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Make your Nikon Z camera shoot at up to 120 FPS

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Did you know that there is a feature built into your Nikon camera called Split-Second Shots? What this setting does is allow your Nikon Z camera to take short bursts of JPEGS at very high speeds… as fast as 120 frames per second!

This feature can be set up in a couple of different ways and in he video you will learn how to activate this feature and what the pros and cons are. It is a fun feature to use and it may help you get a shot that you may have otherwise thought impossible.

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2 thoughts on “Make your Nikon Z camera shoot at up to 120 FPS”

  1. will eye tracking or face detection works at 120fps speed ? on z6 II with native lens
    ihave a issue – my z6 II works only 100fps speed .

    any workaround ?

    1. The number of shots the camera takes per second is equivalent to the frame rate chosen for Frame size/frame rate in the movie shooting menu or for Frame size and rate/image quality in the movie-mode menu.

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