The Nikon Z 6 has been on the market for a while now, and the Z system has begun to work its way into the hands of more and more professionals. This great video features a photographer discussing his thoughts on the camera after logging 250,000 images on his Z 6.
Coming to you from Taylor Jackson, this excellent video review features his thoughts after a quarter of a million photos taken with his Nikon Z 6. Along with the Z 7, the Z 6 is one of the first two cameras in Nikon's Z series of mirrorless cameras. The Z system is notable for its large-diameter and short-flange mount, which expands the lens design possibilities over the F mount. Meanwhile, the Z 6 features a 24.5-megapixel sensor with a native ISO range of 100-51,200, 273 phase detection AF points across 90% of the frame, 5-axis sensor stabilization, 4K video at up to 30 fps with N-Log and 10-bit HDMI output, a magnesium alloy body with weather-sealing, an 0.80x 3.6-million-dot EVF, tilting touchscreen, and 12 fps continuous burst. Altogether, the Z 6 seems to be quite a balanced camera that could be a great all-around option for lots of pros in a variety of genres. Check out the video above for Jackson's full thoughts.