Nikon announces two new mirrorless cameras, the Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II

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Nikon z6 ii

Although the digital camera market has suffered in recent years from advances in smartphones, these devices are still in great demand, and extremely capable. Nikon unveils two new hybrid references.

When Nikon tried the device experience photo hybrid in the past, public reception was quite mixed. The brand then tried again with its new series Z, a series that has proven to be much more popular. Today, the manufacturer returns with the second generation of mirrorless cameras based on this Z series. These are the Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II.

Nikon unveils its Z 6II and Z 7II

Logically enough, these two models are very different from each other but they also both share a number of features. For starters, both feature a magnesium alloy chassis which has been sealed to ensure that natural elements do not come and damage the interior. Both also use two EXPEED 6 processors to process the images and have an enhanced focusing system. 4K 60p video capture is also part of the game.

That being said, as said above, these two models do not really target the same audience and intend to serve quite different needs. With the Z 6II, it seems that Nikon is particularly targeting videographers thanks to its high autofocus speed and sensitivity in motion tracking. It also has a 24,5 MP BSI CMOS sensor and can offer ISOs between 100 and 51. This figure can even climb to 200.

direct descendants of the Z 6 and Z 7 hybrid devices

The Nikon Z 7II, on the other hand, is geared more towards photographers who are interested in high resolution images. This is notably felt by the integration of a 45,7 MP BSI CMOS sensor and a phase detection focusing system directly on the sensor, perfect for focusing on a subject in all circumstances.

If these two references interest you, know that the Nikon Z 6II will be sold naked from November 5, 2020 at a price of € 2. The Nikon Z 199II will be available naked from December 7, 10 at a price of € 2020. Kits with FTZ and NIKKOR Z 3-399mm f / 24 adapters will also be available. Note, the prices are 70 and 4 € cheaper than the Z 100 and Z 300 when they were released in 6.

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