Nikon has announced its latest full frame mirrorless cameras, the Z6 II and Z7 II, which improve on their predecessors with faster performance, improved auto focus, and a secondary memory card slot. Otherwise, the second-generation cameras are largely similar to the Z6 and Z7, use the same sensors, and have no outward-facing design updates. The electronic viewfinder and variable angle LCD – it cannot be rotated forward for vlogging – remain unchanged on both models.
However, professionals will appreciate a new addition when they open the memory card door: Nikon has added a UHS-II SD card slot that joins the only XQD / CFexpress slot from last time. So if you want instant backups for your recordings and videos, you’re good to go. Other changes affect the interior: There is now a second Expeed 6 processor in each camera – yes, they have two processors – and this allows Nikon to improve its continuous shooting capabilities. The 24.5-megapixel Z6 II can achieve 14 frames per second, while the 45.7-megapixel Z7 II now achieves 10 fps.
A 4K video recording with 60 fps has been added to both the Z6 II and the Z7 II, but this is only offered by the latter at startup. According to Nikon, a firmware update in February 2021 will bring this feature to the Z6 II. On the Z7 II you get a 1.08-fold crop when recording 4K60.
As for the autofocus enhancements, Nikon’s face and eye detection autofocus (along with animal detection AF) can now be used in wide-area AF mode. According to the company, both cameras are better able to hit the focus even in poor lighting conditions. There’s a new vertical battery grip, and Nikon has also improved the usability, e.g. B. Allowing firmware updates via the mobile Snapbridge app.
The Z6 II will hit stores in November for $ 2,000 in a body-only configuration or $ 2,600 with the Nikkor Z 24-70mm f / 4 S lens. The Z7 II will follow in December for $ 3,000 (body only) or $ 3,600 (with the kit lens). Nikon hopes that with both cameras, the increased processing power, improved speed, expanded buffer capacity, more powerful auto focus options, and faster shots will help the company stay in the mix with Canon, Sony, Panasonic and other camera manufacturers.
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