As promised last month, Nikon recently announced the duo Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II to succeed their first two full-frame mirrorless cameras.
The main features of this duo are no different from the previous version, including 24.5MP sensor and 45.7MP BSI CMOS sensor for Z6 II and Z7 II respectively, along with design, tiltable LCD screen. also remain the same.
The differences we have to ‘look’ into the data sheet to see. Accordingly, the second version of these two machines has a new Dual EXPEED 6 processor, allowing for faster 4K / 60p and continuous shooting, namely 14fps for Z6 II and 10fps for Z7 II. Along with that, the ability to store images continuously, focus continuously, focus on the eyes of animals is also promised to be upgraded.
In addition, Z6 II and Z7 II have had a major upgrade in storage capacity, when we have 2 memory card slots including 1 for XQD / CFexpress card and 1 for UHS-II SD, allowing storage. photos and videos at the same time in case one card is damaged or data is lost. Finally, the company also introduced a battery grip for the camera duo MBN-11, allowing comfortable vertical holding as well as two EN-EL16c batteries at the same time. rechargeable via USB Type-C port.
Video announced Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II from Japanese camera company
Nikon Z6 II
Nikon Z7 II
Battery grip MBN-11
Nikon Z6 II and Nikon Z7 II Prices are $ 2000 and $ 3000 respectively for the camera body, up to $ 600 if users buy the same kit lens NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f / 4 S. The grip MBN-11 is priced at $ 400.