The Nikon Z 6, along with the Z 7, were the first cameras to use the company's new Z mount and their first foray into the rapidly developing professional mirrorless market. It has now been about a year since the Z 6's release, giving photographers and videographers time to really get to know the camera and see how well it works in professional settings. This excellent video review discusses how the camera has performed over that year.
Coming to you from Dan Watson, this video review takes a look at the Nikon Z 6 from both a stills and video standpoint. Nikon's two mirrorless cameras were released to mixed feelings, with a lot of people expressing displeasure over the single card slots, while others marveled at the potential of the massive Z mount combined with strong sensors. Altogether, Watson seems quite pleased with the camera as both a photo and video camera. He certainly has some quibbles about it and some minor changes he would make, but overall, it seems like it has been a solid performer that has handled a variety of situations effectively. As Nikon continues to expand the lens lineup for the Z mount, it will be interesting to see what their next mirrorless body will have in store and how it will expand the system's capabilities. Check out the video above for Watson's full thoughts.