Nikon Z6 & Nikon Z7 Reviews : Specifications and Price : Nikon had globally announced the Z6 and the Z7 mirror less cameras a few weeks ago. To keep up with the pace of the market , The company has launched it’s first fully mirror less cameras Z6 and Z7. Both the cameras are entirely different from their existing DSLR counterparts in several aspects. The cameras offer 4K Video recording and have an N-log color profile. Apart from the two cameras, Nikon has also launched three new Z-mount lenses, which includes, a 24-70mm f.4.0 lens, a 35mm f/1.8 lens, and 50mm f/1.8 lens.
Nikon Z6 & Nikon Z7 Reviews, Specifications & Much More
Nikon’s Z series of cameras are mirror less, which basically means the exclusion of the complex mirror system that is present in digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLRs) . The reflect part is the mirror system which reflects the light off to the viewfinder. To counteract for the lack of view finder mirror less cameras have a digital viewfinder. In Nikon’s Z-series, A 3690k-dot OLED panel is there which has 100% frame coverage and 0.8x magnification.
Nikon Z6 & Nikon Z7 Features :
The Nikon Z7 weighs approximately 675 g while it’s sibling Nikon D850 weighs 915 g with similar price and features.
Both the Nikon Z7 and Z6 have a similarly sized sensor which 35.9 mm × 23.9 mm. The cameras can record 120 fps slow-motion videos at 1080p. The Z7 and the Z6 use the Expeed 6 image processor which enables the two cameras to record at 4K resolution, as well as take 8K time-lapse photos. The cameras come with 5-axis optical image stabilization with Nikon’s Vibration Reduction (VR), which refers to the in-body image stabilization. Both the cameras are completely futureproofed as it comes with inclusion of a USB Type C port. The battery used on the cameras is the EN-EL15 unit, which offers up to 30 mins of video recording time.
The cameras seamlessly integrate with Nikon’s DSLR eco-system of external accessories, which includes Nikon microphone, Nikon Wireless Remote shutter, and a flash, etc . For wireless connectivity, the cameras come with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chipset with direct transfer support.
Now let’s see in what aspect both cameras are different from each other
Nikon Z6 Price And Specs
The Nikon Z6 features a 24.5 MP CMOS Full frame sensor. The Z6 can take burst shots up to a continuous 12 fps speeds. The sensor comes with up to 273 AF (autofocus) points and has an ISO range of 100-51200. The Z6 has a quiet shooting mode that sees an electronic shutter take over from the Z6’s mechanical shutter for silent stills capture.
Price : 1) Nikon Z6 Body Only: INR 1,69,950
2) Z6 + Z 24-70mm F/4 S + FTZ Kit: INR 2,26,950
3) Z6 + Z 24-70mm F/4 S: INR 2,14,950
4) Nikon Z6 + FTZ Kit: INR 1,81,950
Nikon Z7 Price & Specs
The Nikon Z7 comes with a 45.7 MP Full Frame CMOS sensor. The Z6 can only take burst photos at a maximum of 9 fps. The Z7’s sensor offers up to 493 AF points and has an ISO range of 64-25600.
Price : 1) Nikon Z7 Body Only: INR 2,69,950
2) Z7 + Z 24-70mm F/4 S + FTZ Kit: INR 3,26,950
3) Z7 + Z 24-70mm F/4 S: INR 3,14,950
4) Nikon Z7 + FTZ Kit: INR 2,81,950
A drawback seen in the camera is it’s single SD card slot instead of dual slot, Apart from this, Being in competition with Sony A7R III Nikon has made sure to stand high in the market, They have made it clear how important the introduction of the Z7 is to the company, and it certainly feels like a camera that will be one day looked back as the start of something significant according to the reviewers.