Landscape photographers often prize resolution and dynamic range in a camera above pretty much all other features and specs. This great video takes a look at one such camera, the Nikon Z 7, and how it holds up in practice for landscape photographers.
Coming to you from Andrew Marr, this great video takes a look at the Nikon Z 7 for landscape photography. The Z 7 is the high-resolution body in Nikon's mirrorless camera series (with a 45.7-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor) and generally a great option for landscape photographers, as modern Nikon cameras tend to have excellent dynamic range. Along with that resolution, the Z 7 comes with a native ISO range of 64-25,600, 493 autofocus points covering 90% of the frame, five-axis sensor vibration reduction, a burst rate of 9 fps, 4K at up to 30 frames per second, and an 8K time-lapse mode. Also of note for landscape photographers is the fact that the Z 7 comes in a magnesium alloy body that provides strong weather-sealing and dust resistance. Altogether, for Nikon fans or landscape photographers looking for a light and capable full frame system, the Z 7 looks to be a very intriguing option, especially when paired with the relatively compact Z lenses. Check out the video above for Marr's full thoughts.