A Review of the Nikon Z 6II Mirrorless Camera

The second generation of Nikon's full frame mirrorless cameras is here, and the Nikon Z 6II takes the foundation laid in the original version and brings a number of improvements and new features. If you have been interested in the camera, check out this great video review. 

Coming to you from Hyun Ralph Jeong, this excellent video review takes a look at the Nikon Z 6II mirrorless camera. The Z 6II comes with a range of useful features, including:

  • 24.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor
  • Dual EXPEED 6 processors
  • 14 fps burst mode with single-point AF (12 fps otherwise)
  • 4K at 30 fps (to be eventually expanded to 60 fps via a firmware upgrade)
  • Full HD at up to 120 fps
  • Native ISO range of 100-51,200
  • In-body Vibration Reduction 
  • 273-point AF system with Eye-Detect mode
  • 3.2-inch, 2.1-million-dot tilting touchscreen
  • 3.6-million-dot OLED EVR
  • Long exposure of up to 15 minutes without remote
  • Dual card slots
  • Magnesium alloy chassis for dust- and weather-resistance

Altogether, the Z 6II looks like a capable upgrade over its predecessor with a range of useful improvements that should make it a good all-around camera for anyone invested in Nikon's mirrorless system. Check out the video above for the full rundown on the camera. 

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Garnet O'Connor's picture

The option you are looking for is called "release button to use dial" It is found under the pencil menu, Controls, F6. When this option is set to yes, you can adjust the ISO and other functions without having to hold the button down. This option has been available since the D600 maybe earlier.

Jan Holler's picture

Boring video. Nothing new, nothing interesting. Sorry.