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Nikon Z 7II & Nikon Z6 II Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras Pricing & Availability

Nikon has announced the next-generation versions of its flagship Z 7 and Z 6 mirrorless cameras with the introduction of the Nikon Z 7II and Nikon Z 6II.

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Nikon has updated its Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera line-up with the introduction of the next-generation Z 6 and Z 7 cameras which are simply known as the Nikon Z 7II and Nikon Z 6II. 

Both models benefit from dual Expeed 6 processing engines, faster and deeper buffers - supporting rapid continuous shooting, and dual card slots - catering for UHS-II SD and XQD or CFexpress cards. The cameras are also equipped with 4K/60p video capabilities and can accommodate an optional new power battery pack - the MB-N11 - that supports vertical shooting, as well as the new WR-R11b wireless remote.

As with the previous Z-series cameras, the new Z 7II and Z 6II are compatible with the Nikkor Z lens line-up and over 300 F-mount Nikkor lenses via the FTZ mount adapter. 

 

Nikon Z 7II

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The Z 7II is the next evolution of the award-winning Z 7, boasting superior subject acquisition, high-resolution and robust reliability. With greater dynamic range and performance across the wide ISO range, its processing power and buffer capacity enable shooting speeds up to 10 fps. Photographers can now capture 200 full-res JPEGs, or 77 12-bit uncompressed RAW images, in one burst.

The Z 7II’s enhanced AF capabilities offer wide-area AF support for human and animal subjects, subject-tracking AF that operates similar to 3D-tracking and improved AF in low-light situations. And the 3690k-dot electronic viewfinder (EVF) delivers a more natural view, with the high refresh rate reducing blackout.

The camera is suited to advanced and professional photographers demanding unparalleled expression of subject details. That could be a portrait photographer shooting at speed to capture textures in skin, hair, clothing and makeup; or a landscape photographer requiring robust, lightweight equipment to travel harsh environments and capture scenes of nature.

 

Nikon Z 6II

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The Z 6II builds upon the Z 6’s success. It offers robustness and ease of use, the ability to produce professional-grade cinematic videos, and powerful performance when capturing still moments. The camera’s ‘dust and drip’ resistance supports continuous shooting in harsh conditions, while a new ability to reverse rotate the focus ring lets users manually focus with the direction they are accustomed to.

Regarding video capabilities, the camera can deliver an output of 4K UHD and Full HD in both FX and DX-based movie formats. Its HLG shooting formats, meanwhile, preserve more detail, dynamic range and contrast – minimising post-processing requirements[2]. Improved Eye-Detection and Animal-Detection AF results in enhanced focus of subjects during video shooting.

These AF capabilities support superior still photography too, working alongside the camera’s improved speed and power. The Z 6II supports a continuous shooting speed of 14 fps[3] and an increased maximum number of shots in continuous shooting; 200 JPEGs or 124 12-bit uncompressed RAW images in one burst.

The Z 6II is suited to users wanting to shoot cinematic videos in addition to stills with a compact system. It is the camera for professional video production or, for example, wedding photography where manoeuvrability, flexibility and uncompromised output quality are key.  

 

Pricing & Availability 

The Nikon Z 7II and Nikon Z 6II will be available Winter 2020 with prices starting at £2999 and £1999, respectively. The optional battery pack is priced at £359 and the wireless remote can be purchased for £149. 

 

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