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Nikon’s First Mirrorless Flagship Defies Conventional, Debuts with a Series of Industry-Firsts for Still & Video Creators

MELVILLE, NY (October 28, 2021) – Today, Nikon announced the Z 9, the most advanced Z series mirrorless camera to date. Powered by a completely new, Nikon-developed 45.7 megapixel stacked CMOS sensor and next generation EXPEED 7 image processing engine, the full-frame Z 9 renders ultra-high resolution images and offers unparalleled AF performance using a revolutionary new scene detection system built on deep learning technology. Additionally, the camera is capable of sustained fast continuous shooting bursts, in-camera 8K video recordings for extended periods, truly blackout-free Real-Live visibility in the viewfinder and a sensor scan rate so fast that it completely eliminates the need for a traditional mechanical shutter.

“The Z 9 is the complete package, offering an unprecedented balance of speed, resolution, reliability and performance that will exceed expectations for any type of shoot, including fast action sports, commercial fashion, low light, landscapes and more,” said Jay Vannatter, Executive Vice President, Nikon Inc. “The Z 9 looks to the future, with innovations and features that give all types of imaging professionals and content creators the advantage when it matters most and the confidence to create in nearly any conditions.”

A New Kind of Pro Mirrorless

At the core of the Z 9 is the Nikon-developed 45.7MP BSI stacked CMOS sensor, coupled with the new EXPEED 7, Nikon’s most powerful engine yet, which is approximately 10x faster than the Z 7II. This combination brings significant increases in AF speed, burst rate, buffer capacity, video resolution and so much more. The Z 9 is the camera that can be trusted on the sidelines, in the field or in the studio, with the high-speed capture capability needed for the fastest action and the immense resolution to reveal the most subtle details.

  • With the world’s fastest1 image scan rate, the Z 9 achieves the world's smallest2 rolling shutter distortion, equaling that of a mechanical shutter. This means actions like a fast-moving golf swing that would typically distort the club can be captured confidently with the electronic shutter, even at 1/32,000 second. It also allows users to shoot massive quantities of silent frames without worrying about shutter wear or breakdown.
  • The Z 9 achieves fast and accurate AF calculations at up to 120 cycles per second, even between frames during continuous shooting.
  • Beyond the benefits of high-speed performance, the high resolution 45.7-megapixel sensor delivers immense resolution with exquisite colors, broad dynamic range and stellar low light performance, with a native ISO Range from 64-25,600 (Expandable from 32 to 102,400 ISO).

Rely on the Fastest, Most Intelligent AF System Yet

The Z 9 features Nikon’s fastest, most sophisticated and reliable AF tracking performance ever, utilizing a new Subject Detection algorithm developed with deep learning technology, as well as 3D-tracking.

  • The camera’s Subject Detection capability detects the world’s largest range1 of nine subject types including humans, pets, birds, airplanes, trains, cars, motorbikes and bicycles. When in Auto-Area AF, any of these subjects will automatically be detected and focused on, without the need to change settings.
  • With Eye-Detection AF, the camera can detect and focus on a subject’s eye more effectively than ever, even when eyes are smaller or further away. Additionally, a custom function will now also let users change the color of the focus point to green to confirm focus.
  • The highly praised 3D-tracking mode from Nikon DSLRs debuts for the first time in a mirrorless camera. It is now coupled with subject detection to track fast and erratically moving subjects such as a racing car that approaches close and then moves away quickly, or a swiftly moving athlete.
  • The Z 9 also brings more flexibility by offering three Dynamic-area AF modes with a new range of focus-area sizes (S/M/L) for capturing a wider variety of moving subjects throughout the frame.
  • The AF system is faster than ever, taking advantage of the Z mount’s high-speed communication capabilities with frame-by-frame sharing of distance information.

Unstoppable Performance and Speed

This is the fastest, most powerful Nikon flagship ever. Users can capture amazing images at unbelievably fast burst speeds, all with full AF/AE performance. Whether shooting full-resolution fashion or delivering a sports sequence when a split-second matters, the Z 9 is the versatile solution.

  • For the ultimate combination of speed and intense image quality, photographers can shoot 20-fps RAW images with an unprecedented 1000+ image buffer. 3
  • When a balance of quality and burst rate is needed, never miss a vital moment with 30 fps full resolution JPEG capture.
  • For extreme speed, High Speed Frame Capture+4 enables up to 120 fps with full AF/AE at a very manageable file size of 11 megapixels, freezing a moment that cannot even be seen with the naked eye (higher resolution than 4K video).
  • Truly blackout-free shooting is possible thanks to Dual-Stream technology which simultaneously feeds information to the Real-Live viewfinder/LCD and memory card, resulting in reliable confirmation of a subject's movement without skipping or repeating frames in the viewfinder 5.
  • The Z 9 introduces High Efficiency RAW, which retains the same level of high image quality as the conventional uncompressed RAW in an approximately 1/3 smaller6 file size, making RAW files easier to handle than ever.
  • Speeds of up to 1/32,000 are possible with the electronic shutter, expanding the opportunities to use fast lenses, letting photographers shoot wide open in brighter light, even at f/0.95.

Nikon’s Most Capable 8K UHD Video Camera

The Z 9 offers an extensive suite of advanced video features to elevate any kind of production. Combined with the astonishing resolving power of NIKKOR Z S-Line lenses, video is rendered with absolute clarity and sharpness from edge to edge.

  • Supports a variety of frame rates and resolutions, including in-camera recording at 8K UHD 24p/30p and 4K UHD 24p/30p/60p/120p (FX-format).
  • The world’s longest record time 7 at 8K UHD 30p for more than 2 hours consecutively (up to approximately 125 minutes) 8.
  • For more latitude when color grading in post, tone mode profile options are available in-camera, including 10-bit N-Log and HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma9), as well as the Flat color profile.
  • Supports multiple codecs including H.265 (HEVC), ProRes 422 HQ10, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC for a variety of production workflows.
  • Users can create 33MP/8MP frame grabs in camera from 8K /4K videos.
  • Full-size HDMI connection, with output latency significantly reduced.
  • High-resolution 24-bit linear PCM audio allows for cleaner sound quality with greater range.
  • A free firmware upgrade in 2022 will enable internal 8K 60p capture in the new 12-bit N-RAW high efficiency video format, 12-bit ProRes RAW and other pro level video features.

Built for the Toughest Assignments

The rugged body of the Z 9 is optimized for a professional workflow, thoughtfully engineered for a superb balance of reliability and usability. The body features an integrated vertical grip and controls, while the durable magnesium alloy chassis has drip and dust-resistance equivalent to the D6, yet is 20% smaller than its DSLR counterpart.

  • The new four-axis 2” touchscreen LCD frees the monitor to tilt both horizontally and vertically for shooting at any angle in any orientation. The interface will also adjust automatically to the appropriate orientation while shooting stills.
  • For better visibility through the viewfinder in bright sunlight, the Z 9 is equipped with the world’s brightest Quad-VGA panel adjustable to 3000cd/m2 (nits)1, revealing the most subtle details in the shadows.
  • Vibration Reduction image stabilization has been enhanced with new Synchro VR to achieve up to 6 stops of compensation with compatible lenses. 11
  • For powerful dust prevention, the Z 9 includes the world’s first1 dual coating on the optical filter with an electro-conductive coating and fluorine coating to repel dust in front of the sensor, in addition to a sensor shield that protects the sensor when changing lenses.
  • VR safety lock protects the sensor from the risk of damage caused by unintentional movement when the camera’s power is off while in a bag or during bumpy off-road travel.
  • For work in low light, the new “starlight” mode enhances the camera’s ability to focus down to a faint -8.5 EV, while illuminated buttons help astrophotographers and event or concert photographers change settings in the dark.
  • Adjustable shutter release volume, which can be totally silent in sensitive situations or serve as an audible cue for a subject.
  • New network options are organized under a new menu tab for fast access and include; in-camera Bluetooth and WiFi (2.4/5Ghz), 1000BASE-T wired LAN connection, direct transfer to FTP without the need for a wireless accessory, multiple camera sync and built-in GNSS GPS for precise location data.

New Nikon Software

The Ecosystem for the Nikon Z series continues to expand. Nikon has also released two new software solutions for professional image capture and workflow.

NX Mobile Air

NX Mobile Air is a smart device app for managing and transferring images when working in the field. The new app will be compatible with many of the most current Nikon cameras, and will allow users to have a wired connection to their phone or device from the camera for fast wireless image transfer to an FTP server over a 5G cellular signal. Additionally, the app will support the transmission of IPTC, voice memos and more. The app will be available either as a free version or as a subscription for $5/month with enhanced capabilities. For additional details and device compatibility please visit https://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Imaging-Software/nx-mobileair.page.

NX Tether

Nikon NX Tether is free software to enable tethering of Nikon cameras to instantly display captured content on a computer monitor. This software is an easy way for commercial, food or studio photographers to visualize their output for client review in real time. The software will work via USB or wirelessly, and will collaborate seamlessly with the current suite of Nikon software including NX Studio. For more information, please visit https://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Imaging-Software/nx-tether.page.

Pricing and Availability

The new Nikon Z 9 full-frame mirrorless camera will be available within this year (US) for a suggested retail price (SRP) of $5499.95*. For more information about the latest Nikon products, including the new Z 9, NIKKOR Z lenses and the entire collection of Nikon Z series cameras, please visit nikonusa.com.

  1. Among mirrorless cameras available as of October 28, 2021, based on Nikon research.
  2. Among mirrorless cameras incorporating an image sensor of 30 megapixels or larger, available as of October 28, 2021, based on Nikon research.
  3. In high efficiency RAW . When using NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.8 S lens and ProGrade Digital Cobalt 1700R 325GB memory card; in [RAW + JPEG] or [JPEG + JPEG] recording, duration for continuous shooting is approx. 3 seconds; future firmware update within this year will further enhance this function. With AF/AE tracking. JPEG normal image quality only. The number of frames that can be shot is less than that of high-speed continuous shooting. Use of a recommended card is advised. With C30 setting, approx. 45-megapixel images can be shot at 30 fps.
  4. With AF/AE tracking. JPEG normal image quality only. The number of frames that can be shot is lower than that of high-speed continuous shooting. Use of a recommended card is advised. With C30 setting, approx. 45-megapixel images can be shot at 30 fps
  5. Smoothness of the viewfinder image will differ depending on settings such as shutter speed, etc.
  6. In High Efficiency RAW★, the file size is approx. 1/2 of the conventional uncompressed RAW.
  7. At a temperature of 23°C/73.4°F. With an EN-EL18d Rechargeable Li-ion Battery in use. When video shoot is started after powering on. CFexpress Type B cards with fast writing speed are recommended for video recording.
  8. .Among interchangeable lens digital cameras adopting a full-frame image sensor, available as of October 28, 2021, based on Nikon research.
  9. Available only when [H.265 10-bit (MOV)] is selected for [Video file type].
  10. >Compatible with up to 4K/60p, except for Full HD/24p, 25p and 30p.
  11. Synchro VR compatible lenses (As of Oct 28th include -NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S (firmware update required), -NIKKOR Z MC 105mm f/2.8 VR S, NIKKOR Z 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 VR S
  12. *SRP (Suggested Retail Price) listed only as a suggestion. Actual prices are set by dealers and are subject to change at any time.
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MSRP - $5500 (body only)

Body type

Body type - SLR-style mirrorless
Body material - Magnesium Alloy


Max resolution - 8256 x 5504
Image ratio w:h - 1:1, 3:2, 16:9
Effective pixels - 46 megapixels
Sensor photo detectors - 52 megapixels
Sensor size - Full frame (35.9 x 23.9 mm)
Sensor type - Stacked CMOS
Color space - sRGB, AdobeRGB
Color filter array - Bayer


Boosted ISO (minimum) - 32
Boosted ISO (maximum) - 102400
White balance presets - 9
Custom white balance - Yes (6 slots)
Image stabilization - Sensor-shift
Image stabilization notes - Synchro VR with select lenses
CIPA image stabilization rating - 6 stop(s)
Uncompressed format - RAW

File format    

  • JPEG
  • NEF Raw 14-bit (Lossless, HE*, HE)

Image parameters    

  • Auto, Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape, Flat. Selected Picture Control can be modified, Storage for custom Picture Controls

Optics & Focus


  • Phase Detect
  • Multi-area
  • Center
  • Selective single-point
  • Tracking
  • Single
  • Continuous
  • Touch
  • Face Detection
  • Live View

Autofocus assist lamp - Yes
Manual focus - Yes
Number of focus points - 493
Lens mount - Nikon Z

Screen / viewfinder

Articulated LCD - Tilting
Screen size - 3.2″
Screen dots - 2,088,960
Touch screen - Yes
Live view - Yes
Viewfinder type - Electronic
Viewfinder coverage - 100%
Viewfinder magnification - 0.8×
Viewfinder resolution - 3,686,400

Photography features

Minimum shutter speed - 900 sec
Maximum shutter speed - 1/32000 sec
Built-in flash - No
External flash - Yes
Flash modes - Front-curtain sync, Rear-curtain sync, Red-eye reduction, Red-eye reduction with slow sync, Slow sync Off
Flash X sync speed - 1/200 sec
Drive modes    

  • Single frame, Continuous L, Continuous H, High-speed frame capture, Self-timer

Continuous drive - 30.0 fps
Self-timer - Yes
Metering modes    

  • Multi
  • Center-weighted
  • Highlight-weighted
  • Spot
  • Spot AF-area

Exposure compensation - ±5 (at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV steps)

Videography features

Format - H.264, H.265


  • 7680 x 4320 @ 30p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 7680 x 4320 @ 25p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 7680 x 4320 @ 23.98p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 120p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 120p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 120p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 100p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 100p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 100p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 60p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 60p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 60p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 50p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 50p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 50p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 30p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 30p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 30p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 25p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 25p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 25p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 23.98p, MOV, ProRes, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 23.98p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 23.98p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 120p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 120p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 100p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 100p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 60p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 60p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 50p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 50p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 30p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 30p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 25p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 25p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 23.98p, MOV, H.265, Linear PCM
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 23.98p, MOV, H.264, Linear PCM

Microphone - Stereo
Speaker - Mono


USB - USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 GBit/sec)
USB charging - Yes
HDMI - Yes
Microphone port - Yes
Headphone port - Yes
Wireless - Built-In
Wireless notes - 2.4, 5Ghz
Remote control - Yes (Via app)


Environmentally sealed - Yes
Battery - Battery Pack
Battery description - EN-EL18d
Battery Life (CIPA) - 740
Weight (inc. batteries) - 1340 g (2.95 lb / 47.27 oz)
Dimensions - 149 x 150 x 91 mm (5.87 x 5.91 x 3.58″)

Other features

Orientation sensor - Yes
Timelapse recording - Yes
GPS - Built-in

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The Z9 may be Nikon's most important camera in a decade. In our Nikon Z9 first impressions review we'll tell you everything you need to know about this exciting mirrorless camera.

See full resolution Nikon Z9 sample photos from this episode:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:49 - Sample photos
  • 1:30 - Design and handling
  • 3:08 - Battery
  • 3:36 - Media
  • 3:55 - Flash photography
  • 4:47 - Displays
  • 6:34 - Sensor
  • 8:13 - More samples!
  • 9:04 - Raw compression
  • 9:40 - Buffer
  • 11:04 - 3D Tracking
  • 12:31 - Flicker control
  • 13:50 - Battery life
  • 14:21 - Autofocus performance
  • 16:50 - Final impressions


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This review focuses on the Nikon Z9's video performance. We shot the entire episode on a Z9 so you can see lots of Z9 video samples and test footage. Learn more about the Z9's 8K video, internal ProRes, AF performance and more!

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:34 - Sample footage
  • 0:50 - Resolution and framerates
  • 1:25 - Record formats
  • 2:23 - Displays
  • 3:26 - Video autofocus
  • 4:15 - Rolling shutter
  • 5:04 - Autofocus interface
  • 5:38 - Stabilization
  • 6:26 - Overheating
  • 7:17 - Future updates
  • 8:05 - Conclusion


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Introducing the NEW Nikon Z9! Jake, along with professional photographers Jen Pottheiser and Joe McNally, try out Nikon's first mirrorless flagship camera. The incredibly fast and reliable performance is due to the brand new, full frame 45.7MP BSI Stacked CMOS Sensor and new Expeed 7 processor. You'll never miss a moment because of the 20 frames per second shooting at full resolution with a buffer of over 1000 frames and no blackout. Other amazing features include 8K video and 4K120p video internally, an updated auto focus system with 493 focus points, 3D tracking with subject detection, dust and moisture sealing, integrated vertical grip, sensor shield and more!

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 0:26 Some Nikon Z9 features
  • 1:37 Jen's Thoughts
  • 2:46 Electronic Shutter
  • 3:40 High Continuous Shooting Modes
  • 4:07 Low Light Capabilities
  • 4:26 Joe's Thoughts
  • 6:36 Autofocus & Eye Detection
  • 10:02 Video
  • 11:08 Build Quality
  • 12:55 NIKKOR 100-400 f/4.5-5.6
  • 13:33 How Good is the Z9?


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This is the official hands-on pReview of the Nikon Z9. As a reminder, it's called a pREVIEW and not a review, because the camera I was using had pre-production firmware on it. With that being said, we had three days to work with the Z9 and run it through its paces. I captured sports, portraits, low light and more. The Z9 was used to film all the b-roll clips and on-location clips. The desk portion of the video was filmed with the Canon EOS R5.


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Discussing the video features of the Nikon Z9, which might currently be the best hybrid mirrorless camera available for video shooters.

Table of Contents:

  • 0:00 - Intro & Disclosure
  • 0:56 - Ergonomics & Build
  • 2:29 - Cards & Recording
  • 2:40 - HDMI Output
  • 3:05 - LCD Screen
  • 3:17 - Manual Focusing
  • 4:08 - Power & Record Limits
  • 5:13 - Recording Modes
  • 5:24 - Autofocus
  • 6:11 - Audio/Mic Test
  • 7:34 - IBIS
  • 8:07 - Rolling Shutter
  • 8:40 - Oversampled HDMI Trick
  • 9:32 - Resolution
  • 9:50 - Dynamic Range
  • 11:18 - Color & LUTs
  • 11:51 - ISO Range & Low Light
  • 12:25 - Final Thoughts


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Tony & Chelsea Northrup review the NIKON Z9, a full-frame sports & wildlife mirrorless camera with 45 megapixels and 120 frames per second!! Amazing! They compare it to the incredible Sony a1 and Canon R3. They go through three different comparisons: sports (shot with each camera's mirrorless 70-200 f/2.8), wildlife (shot with each native 600mm f/4 + 1.4X teleconverter) and motorsports (again with the 70-200 f2.8 lens).

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 0:38 Sports
  • 7:20 Wildlife
  • 10:48 Motorsports
  • 15:13 Summary


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A hands-on and detailed review of the Nikon Z9 camera, demonstrating how its capabilities remove any advantage of DSLR cameras.
This is part one of two (It's coming soon).

Part two (coming soon)


  • 00:00 - Intro
  • 00:36 - Sample Images
  • 01:17 - Design and Controls
  • 02:06 - Settings
  • 02:35 - Shutterless?
  • 03:00 - Viewfinder
  • 03:15 - DSLR is DEAD
  • 04:25 - LCD
  • 05:18 - CF Express Type B
  • 05:50 - Flagship Weather Sealing
  • 06:16 - Image Configuration
  • 06:54 - Exposure Settings
  • 08:57 - ISO with samples
  • 10:11 - Metering and Histogram
  • 11:04 - Zebra
  • 11:32 - Dynamic Range & HDR
  • 12:26 - Elephant (Electronic Shutter)
  • 12:53 - Focus
  • 15:03 - Manual Focus
  • 16:59 - Focus speed demo
  • 17:48 - White Balanca
  • 19:02 - Colour Profiles (Picture Controls)
  • 19:59 - Custom memory bank


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We compare the Canon EOS R3, Nikon Z9 and Sony a1 to see how they stack up across several critical areas of performance. Find out which one has the best autofocus, handling, burst shooting and more!

Which camera do you prefer: the Canon EOS R3, Nikon Z9, or Sony a1? Tell us in the comments.

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 1:03 - Handling
  • 3:06 - Image quality
  • 4:32 - Displays
  • 6:56 - Burst shooting
  • 9:23 - Autofocus
  • 13:02 - Video
  • 15:39 - Price
  • 16:15 - Final rankings


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The Nikon Z9 is one of the best cameras we've ever tested, but is there any reason not to jump on a wait list if you're looking for the best hybrid mirrorless camera? We've been testing the Z9 with the new 2.0 firmware for a while, and we have the answers.

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 1:18 - Sample images
  • 1:49 - Size
  • 2:59 - EVF
  • 4:24 - Image quality
  • 7:33 - More sample images!
  • 8:01 - Autofocus
  • 9:39 - Video performance
  • 13:40 - Should you buy it?


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