The source Orsonneke recently broke the news in DPReview, saying that Nikon has demonstrated the new Zf full-frame retro camera to Nikon Pro dealers on August 2nd.
Orsonneke broke the news that the dealers present signed non-disclosure agreements, but he still revealed information about the new Zf camera.
It was previously reported that the Zf will be equipped with the same sensor as the Z6, but the latest news is that it will be equipped with a new 25-megapixel sensor, and has upgraded autofocus and no-stack experience.
The news also claimed that the Zf camera body design is similar to the APS-C Zfc, but stronger.
It is learned from the news that Nikon does not plan to sell it separately, and will adopt a bundled sales model of stand-alone + lens, and has not released new lenses for new cameras.
Nikon is expected to release this Zf retro-themed camera before the end of the year.