The Z 6II, the second iteration of Nikon's original general full frame mirrorless camera is here, and it brings with it a number of improvements over the original model. This excellent video review takes a look at the camera and the kind of performance you can expect from it in practice.
Coming to you from DPReview TV, this great video review takes a look at the new Nikon Z 6II mirrorless camera. The Z 6II comes with an array of new features and improvements over the original model, including:
- 24.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor
- Dual EXPEED 6 processors
- 14 fps continuous burst rate (with single-point AF, 12 fps otherwise)
- 4K 30p video (to be updated to 60p with future firmware), with up to 120 fps in 1080p
- 10-bit N-Log and HLG external output
- Native ISO range of 100-51,200
- 5-axis in-body vibration reduction
- 273-point AF system with Eye-Detect AF
- Dual memory card slots
- 3.6-million-dot OLED EVF
- 3.2-inch, 2.1-million-dot tilting touchscreen
- Long exposure capabilities up to 15 minutes
- Magnesium alloy body with dust- and weather-resistance
For anyone using Nikon's Z system, the Z 6II looks to be a well-balanced camera with a variety of worthwhile upgrades and useful features. Check out the video above for a look at the camera.