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Nikon Z6 II Mirrorless Camera

BH #NIZ62 • MFR #1659
Nikon Z6 II Mirrorless Camera
Key Features
  • 24.5MP FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor
  • Dual EXPEED 6 Image Processors
  • UHD 4K30 Video; N-Log & 10-Bit HDMI Out
  • 14 fps Cont. Shooting, ISO 100-51200
More speed, more versatility, more performance, the Nikon Z6 II is an updated take on the all-rounder mirrorless camera designed for high-end photo and video applications. Despite the wealth of upgrades, the Z6 II retains its familiar form factor and prized image quality to benefit working multimedia image-makers.
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Nikon Z6 II Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Second Generation Z
  • 324.5MP FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor and Dual EXPEED 6 Processors
  • 4UHD 4K Video Recording
  • 5273-Point Phase-Detect AF System
  • 6Vibration Reduction
  • 7Body Design
  • 8Z6 II Firmware Ver. 1.30 (Released 10/19/2021)

More speed, more versatility, more performance, the Nikon Z6 II is an updated take on the all-rounder mirrorless camera designed for high-end photo and video applications. Despite the wealth of upgrades, the Z6 II retains its familiar form factor and prized image quality to benefit working multimedia image-makers.

Revolving around a 24.5MP BSI CMOS sensor and dual EXPEED 6 image processors, the Z6 II is characterized by an increased buffer depth and faster continuous shooting rate, up to 14 fps with single-point AF or 12 fps shooting in other focusing modes. Video recording at UHD 4K 30p is possible, or up to FHD 120p for slow-motion output, and external recording gains 10-bit out along with N-Log and HLG (HDR) support. The sensor also suits working in a variety of lighting conditions, with sensitivity from ISO 100-51200, and in-body 5-axis Vibration Reduction reduces the appearance of camera shake for sharper handheld shooting. Additionally, the sensor also incorporates a 273-point phase-detection AF system, which now supports Eye-Detect AF in Wide-Area AF modes and during movie recording, and permits focusing in low-light down to -4.5 EV.

Balancing the imaging, the Z6 II retains its overall physical design, however it has been updated with a new dual memory card slot interface to hold one CFexpress Type B card and one SD UHS-II card for more flexible storage. Both a high-res 3.6m-dot OLED EVF and rear 3.2" 2.1m-dot tilting touchscreen LCD lend versatility to image composition and playback, and SnapBridge wireless connectivity can be used for remote camera control, image sharing to a mobile device, and even over-the-air firmware updates.

Firmware version 1.10 unlocks UHD 4K recording at 60p and 50p frame rates, enables raw video output to Blackmagic Design Video Assist external recorders, and improves eye-detection performance when using Auto-Area AF and Wide-Area AF modes.

Second Generation Z

Improving upon their initial efforts, Nikon has revised the Z6 platform to offer more speed, faster processing, and greater versatility without sacrificing the beloved qualities of the original camera.
  • Dual EXPEED 6 image processors offer increased buffer performance, a faster 14 fps continuous shooting rate, and noticeably reduced blackout times in the viewfinder.
  • Updated autofocus now includes Eye and Face Detection for both humans and animals in the Wide-Area AF mode, for both photo and video recording.
  • Timed long exposure shooting is now possible for up to 900 seconds (15 minutes) without the need of an external remote.
  • Dual memory card slots offer more flexible file storage capabilities; one CFexpress Type B and one SD UHS-II slot permit overflow, segregated, and repetitive saving options.
  • USB Type-C port permits in-camera charging or continuous power for on-the-go charging or extended shooting times.
  • The rotation direction of the focus ring on lenses can be switched to suit one's familiarity.
  • Support for HDR (HLG) mode when recording externally gives instant HDR-suitable video files for immediate playback. N-Log is also available for enhanced control during post-production and grading, too.
  • Future firmware update will add UHD 4K 60p recording, in addition to the current 30p frame rate.
  • Eligible for an optional ProRes RAW upgrade, enabling the camera to output ProRes RAW footage to a compatible Atomos external recorder. This upgrade provides greater color grading flexibility with the ProRes codec along with the ability to output uncompressed 12-bit raw footage over HDMI. This upgrade will be available in early 2021.
  • The SnapBridge wireless connectivity can be used to update the camera's firmware, instead of relying on a memory card-based system of updating.
  • Updated creative shooting modes include Multiple Exposure, 20 different Picture Control settings, and in-camera Timelapse recording. There is also a Focus Shift mode for recording up to 300 sequential frames with the focus position shifted between exposures for focus stacking applications.
  • Compatible with optional MB-N11 Power Battery Pack for additional battery life and improved handling.

24.5MP FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor and Dual EXPEED 6 Processors

A 24.5MP BSI CMOS sensor is used for all-around shooting, impressive low-light quality, and fast readout speeds to benefit continuous shooting, movies, and time-lapse recording. The back-illuminated design of the sensor affords noticeably clean high-sensitivity output for reduced noise when working at high ISO values, up to a native ISO 51200, as well as vivid and smooth quality at sensitivities as low as ISO 100. Benefitting the sensor are dual EXPEED 6 image processors, which affords a wealth of speed throughout the camera system, including the ability to shoot continuously at 14 fps for up to 124 consecutive frames.

UHD 4K Video Recording

Utilizing the sensor and processor attributes for more than just still imagery, the Z6 II is also a more-than-capable multimedia camera. UHD 4K video recording is possible with full pixel readout up to 30p and Full HD 1080p video recording is also supported at up to 120p for slow motion playback. Video files can be saved to the in-camera memory cards or as an uncompressed file to an optional external recorder via HDMI out.

Advanced video functionalities have been added with the Z6 II, including the N-Log gamma for capturing flat-looking footage that maximizes dynamic range and HLG (HDR) for recording HDR-ready footage. Other additions are the ability to output high-quality 10-bit data over HDMI and an Electronic VR function for smooth handheld shooting. Focus Peaking can be used to benefit manual focus control and a Zebra Stripes option is also available to help detect over-exposed areas within the frame. Audio recording can be handled using the built-in stereo microphone or an optional external mic can be added via the 3.5mm stereo jack for greater control over quality, and live monitoring is possible via the headphone jack.

Firmware version 1.10 unlocks UHD 4K recording at 60p and 50p frame rates and enables raw video output to Blackmagic Design Video Assist external recorders, and also improves eye-detection performance Auto-Area AF and Wide-Area AF modes.

273-Point Phase-Detect AF System

Located on the sensor is an array of 273 phase-detect autofocus points covering 90% of the image area both vertically and horizontally. This provides fast and accurate focusing for both stills and video and with a wide coverage area, subject tracking will work out to near the edges of the frame. Hybrid AF is available for video, which will automatically switch between phase- and contrast-detect systems to provide smooth focus during shooting. Additionally, the latest NIKKOR Z lenses are optimized for silent operation.

Vibration Reduction

In-body 5-axis sensor-shift Vibration Reduction compensates for up to 5 stops of camera shake regardless of the Z-type lens being used. This system also works with adapted F-mount lenses, when using the optional FTZ Adapter, where 3-axis stabilization is used.

Body Design

  • A large 3.2" 2.1m-dot LCD screen is available for bright, clear, and vivid image playback and live view shooting. The screen has a tilting design to benefit working from both high and low angles, and it is also a touchscreen for more intuitive operation, navigation, and settings control.
  • A 3.6m-dot OLED electronic finder is present for comfortable eye-level viewing. It has a high 0.80x magnification and uses NIKKOR optics to guarantee a sharp, clear image. The finder also has a fluorine coating for easier cleaning.
  • The top panel of the Z6 II is configured with a dot-matrix OLED. This low-energy display provides quick access to important camera settings.
  • Configured with one CFexpress Type B/XQD memory card slot and one UHS-II SD card slot, flexible file storage is possible with the option to use repetitive, overflow, or segregated storage methods.
  • A robust magnesium alloy chassis is both dust- and weather-resistant to benefit working in harsh climates and inclement conditions.
  • The ergonomic grip and overall form factor is shaped to benefit handling for extended periods of time and is further accentuated by an anti-slip material and a joystick for seamless settings and focus point selection.
  • Built-in SnapBridge connectivity to enable seamless transfer of low-resolution imagery as well as remote shooting capabilities. BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and Wi-Fi enables communication between the camera and a smart device and, additionally, the mobile device can remotely trigger the shutter and display a live view image from the camera to enable working from a distance. Additionally, SnapBridge can also be used as an easier method of updating the camera's firmware.

Z6 II Firmware Ver. 1.30 (Released 10/19/2021)

  • Portrait Impression Balance items have been added to the PHOTO SHOOTING MENU and MOVIE SHOOTING MENU
  • The monitor now shows the shooting display while tilted when On is selected for Image review in the PLAYBACK MENU
  • Voice memo has been added to the options available for Custom Setting f2 (Custom controls) > Movie record button in the CUSTOM SETTING MENU. In this role, the movie-record button can be used during playback to record and play voice memos up to 60 seconds long.
  • Custom Setting f4 (Aperture lock) in the CUSTOM SETTING MENU now available when an FTZ mount adapter is attached
  • The flash-ready light on SB-5000 flash units will light if a WR-R10 or WR-R11b is used for wireless remote flash photography
  • Fixed: Focus would normally remain locked if the AF-ON button was kept pressed while the shutter-release button was used to take a series of pictures, the camera would refocus without input from the AF-ON button
  • Fixed: Custom Setting a6 (AF activation) in the CUSTOM SETTING MENU set to AF-ON only with Enable selected for Out-of-focus release
  • Fixed: Continuous L or Continuous H selected for Release mode
  • Fixed: Single AF selected for Focus mode
  • Fixed: Single-point AF selected for AF-area mode
  • UPC: 018208016594

    Nikon Z6 II Specs

    Lens MountNikon Z
    Sensor ResolutionActual: 25.28 Megapixel
    Effective: 24.5 Megapixel (6000 x 4000)
    Sensor Type35.9 x 23.9 mm (Full-Frame) CMOS
    Image StabilizationSensor-Shift, 5-Axis
    Built-In ND FilterNone
    Capture TypeStills & Video
    Exposure Control
    Shutter TypeElectronic Shutter, Mechanical Focal Plane Shutter
    Shutter Speed1/8000 to 900 Seconds
    Bulb/Time ModeBulb Mode, Time Mode
    ISO SensitivityPhoto/Video
    100 to 51,200 in Auto Mode (Extended: 50 to 204,800)
    Metering MethodCenter-Weighted Average, Highlight Weighted, Matrix, Spot
    Exposure ModesAperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
    Exposure Compensation-5 to +5 EV (1/3, 1/2 EV Steps)
    Metering Range-4 to 17 EV
    White BalancePresets: Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Preset Manual, Shade
    Continuous ShootingUp to 14 fps at 24.5 MP for up to 124 Frames
    Interval RecordingYes
    Self-Timer2/5/10/20-Second Delay
    Still Image Capture
    Image Sizes3:2 JPEG
    3936 x 2624
    2944 x 1968
    1968 x 1312
    1:1 JPEG
    4016 x 4016
    3008 x 3008
    2000 x 2000
    16:9 JPEG
    6048 x 3400
    4528 x 2544
    3024 x 1696
    Aspect Ratio1:1, 3:2
    Image File FormatJPEG, Raw
    Bit Depth14-Bit
    Internal Video Capture
    Recording ModesH.264/MOV/MP4 4:2:0 8-Bit
    UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p
    Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p/100p/119.88p
    Recording LimitUp to 29 Minutes, 59 Seconds
    Broadcast OutputNTSC/PAL
    Built-In Microphone TypeStereo
    Audio Recording AAC Audio
    2-Channel LPCM Audio
    External Video Capture
    External Recording Modes4:2:2 10-Bit via HDMI
    UHD 4K (3840 x 2160)
    Full HD (1920 x 1080)
    IP StreamingNone
    Media/Memory Card SlotSlot 1: CFexpress Type B / XQD
    Slot 2: SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II)
    Video I/O1 x Mini-HDMI Output
    Audio I/O1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Headphone Output
    1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Microphone Input
    Power I/O1 x USB Type-C Input/Output
    Other I/O1 x USB Type-C (USB 3.2 / 3.1 Gen 1) Data Input/Output (Shared with Power Input)
    1 x Nikon DC2 Input
    WirelessWi-Fi, Bluetooth
    Global Positioning (GPS, GLONASS, etc.)None
    Resolution2,100,000 Dot
    Display TypeTilting Touchscreen LCD
    Secondary DisplayTop: Status Display
    TypeBuilt-In Electronic
    Resolution3,690,000 Dot
    Eye Point21 mm
    MagnificationApprox. 0.8x
    Diopter Adjustment-4 to +2
    Focus TypeAuto and Manual Focus
    Focus ModeContinuous-Servo AF, Full-Time Servo, Manual Focus, Single-Servo AF
    Autofocus PointsPhase Detection: 273
    Autofocus Sensitivity-6 to +19 EV
    Built-In FlashNo
    Flash ModesFirst-Curtain Sync, Off, Rear Curtain/Slow Sync, Rear Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Slow Sync, Slow Sync/Red-Eye Reduction
    Maximum Sync Speed1/200 Second
    Flash Compensation-3 to +1 EV (1/3, 1/2 EV Steps)
    Dedicated Flash SystemiTTL
    External Flash ConnectionHot Shoe
    Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Operating Humidity0 to 85%
    Battery Type1 x EN-EL15c Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
    Tripod Mounting Thread1 x 1/4"-20 Female (Bottom)
    Accessory Mount1 x Hot Shoe Mount
    Material of ConstructionMagnesium Alloy
    Dimensions (W x H x D)5.3 x 4 x 2.7" / 134 x 100.5 x 69.5 mm
    Weight1.4 lb / 615 g (Body Only)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight2.86 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 7.3 x 5.2"

    Nikon Z6 II Reviews

    A Sure-fire Winner!

    By Joe
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-08-10

    It's been a while since I've been this excited about a camera. I shoot travel, portraits, architecture, landscape, food, flowers, and street, and the Z 6ii does well with all of them. And it's always a pleasure doing business with B&H!

    Must Have Camera for Professional Photographers

    By Jason
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-08-05

    I have two Nikon Z6 II mirrorless camera bodies that I purchased through B&H. I bought the second one about 1 year after the first because I loved it so much and use the second camera with a different lens to save time. It's efficient, clean, and accurate (when using high quality, professional Nikkor lenses). If you are already invested in the Nikon ecosystem/glass, this is a must have camera body upgrade for the professional photographer. Just buy it already because you won't regret it!

    Nikon has a long way to go

    By Doug
    Rated 2 out of 5
    Date: 2022-07-24

    I have been waiting to see if Fuji would come out with a true wildlife lens or if an adapter would actually work to adapt good glass - but after some recent disappointment in Fuji's announcements and unsuccessful attempts with numerous adapters I decided it was time to make a change. I don't see a clear winner in the high-end full-frame market - but I have a great distaste for two of the competitors and a 35 year past history with Nikon SLRs and DSLRs - so I decided I'd get a Z9 after borrowing one and trying it out with an adapted 600 f/4. Soooo... I sold my Fuji gear and bought a few Nikon lenses while ordering a Z9. I quickly realized that my time to wait for the Z9 (and the 800 f/6.3 - and for them to release and deliver a 600 f/4) was going to be substantial so I decided to invest in a Z6II in the interim so I could at least continue to shoot. I bought an FTZ II and a 500 f/5.6 PF as well as a native Z 24-70 f/2.8 and borrowed a Z 100-400 to get going. What a HUGE disappointment. I had read some serious online tests calling out Nikon's autofocus - but many claimed it was improving. All I can say is I'd hate to see what it was before. My old D850 and D750 gave me 90%+ hit rates for birds in flight and basically never missed when taking pictures of people. My Fuji X-T3 came close and the X-T4 actually matched my old DSLRs without issue. This Z6 II isn't even in the ballpark. Try as I might with a variety of focus techniques it just can't handle anything but the simplest focus situations well. Some cases in point. I took the camera out this weekend with the 500 f/5.6 on it looking for birds. I got some great shots of a Pileated Woodpecker on a tree against a blue sky and then sat across a pond from a juvenile yellow-crowned nigh heron capturing a number of keepers. All is well - right? Well no. When the woodpecker took off I was in the recommended Wide L focus mode and it locked onto the bird until it lost the blue sky background and flew in front of some trees. You know... kind of what ALL birds do and you spend 90% of your time working with when you take pictures of them. Within 2 shots the camera had shifted to the trees in the background and I couldn't get focus back even though I could plainly see the (now blurry) woodpecker was being kept within the focus box in the EVF. I finally cranked the focus ring and started to get it back just as it flew out of site. ARRGGGHHHH!!! NEVER with my X-T4. When I got home I went to look at the shots of the night heron. I did indeed have some keepers because I thought to manually focus a few shots. And thank goodness I did. Note that when I manually focused I was at f/6.3 and the peaking lines were showing up from the tip of the beak to the back of the head. Plenty of depth of field for the distance I was at. When I looked at the autofocus shots the beak was sharp - but by the time you get to the eyes they are just fuzzy enough to be annoying. COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE! Again - something I would never have gotten from a less expensive (though much more fully featured) APS-C camera using a less expensive (though truly underrated) lens. Lest you think it is the lens - think again. I used the borrowed 100-400 in the back yard around my feeders to carry out some tests. I hadn't had time to look at the images until now and wow - major disappointment again. These are stationary birds for the most part and the hit rate doesn't even touch 70%. Many of the images are just barely out of crisp focus which is extra irritating. And guess what - people are no better when using the 24-70. I turn on face/eye detection and the yellow box stays locked onto the eye as I take shots. Surely this must work - right? Wrong. The focus is on the eyelashes most of the time and just misses the eye being tack sharp. I generally use my GFX 100s for portraits and money making photos - so this isn't huge for me, but what if this was your child's birthday party and it is all you have? So maybe I should use the focus adjustment? Not so sure on that. Versus DSLRs that have a separate sensor for focusing - the image sensor on a mirrorless camera is used for focusing as well as capturing the image. Essentially if the peaking lines you see when manually focusing yield a sharp image - the camera should do the same thing. But it doesn't. Then there is the menu system. Whereas I am now used to simple menus that make it easy to find anything you want - these menus border on haphazard. How do I get the camera to stop turning off every 30 seconds? Well I have looked all over and nothing seems to stop it. How about features you would expect on a $1,000 camera from other brands like the ability to have a level in the EVF or to be able to display the level, frame lines, and a histogram at the same time? Not there - or at least I can't find it despite my best attempts. Maybe there is some magical combo of menus and buttons that I need to use while I chant I wish I still had my XT, I wish I still had my XT. Like I said - I bought the Z9 because I used it and liked it. While it still had a couple of autofocus shortcomings compared to the Sony A1 - it was better than my X-T4. Even just firing off 100 or so shots I think I might have missed twice and had some less than stellar results that were still sort of usable another 7-8 times. But here is the thing - I always keep a second body handy. Used to be my old X-T3 (also sold). In the DSLR days before I switched it was my D750 playing backup first to my D810 then later to my D850. What I see with this Z6 II is a sign that if you want a Nikon that works you need to buy the Z9. And if you need a backup - well... buy another Z9. That is a pretty steep price to pay to have a backup body that you trust. I certainly hope all of this nonsense gets sorted out. My guess with autofocus is there isn't enough processing power to ever match the Z9 let alone Sony, Canon, and Fuji. That leaves me little hope that a firmware update will do anything to improve the situation. So what am I to do besides wait on my backorder to be filled? I need a camera to shoot with. I guess it means I go back to manual focus. At some point in the distant past I was able to do it with my FM2 when I started shooting birds in the 80s. Not sure if my eyes are up to it any more, but surely I can do better than this nonsense. Oh... and I won't even talk about the color issues (compared to my old DSLRs), occasional dead pixel in the shots, laggy EVF, noisy images at ISO 3200 and above, and relatively poor ergonomics including the lens release on the OUTSIDE of the lens rather than inside by the grip. That would just be adding insult to injury. If you missed it - I do NOT recommend buying this camera under any circumstances. I make money on my photography and I can't imagine doing so with this camera without having to workaround all of its numerous shortcomings. There are so many good choices on the market that opting for a camera like this just seems to say either brand loyalty is everything or I just didn't bother to try other options. I really love the Z9 and will probably drop this Z6 II heap on eBay once I can get a second Z9 body.

    I Love the Electronic Viewfinder!

    By Wayne
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-07-16

    If you are on the fence about a mirrorless camera because of viewfinder worries, don't be. It is fast, bright, easy to see, and has a diopter for vision correction. The viewfinder is so amazingly bright in dark situations, you can use it like night vision. Composition is natural with this viewfinder when hand holding. The display panel is equally nice when using a tripod. The rest of the camera is the quality you expect from Nikon.

    Easy transition from dslr

    By Neal
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-07-14

    Great camera so far. Best low light and high iso performance I've seen in a while. Tracking seems to be pretty good . Love the evf. can set up the diopter so I can take my glasses off and do everything from the viewfinder. Beautiful!

    Great camera

    By Gareth
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-07-06

    I have been getting used to the camera ahead of 2 weeks in Africa. very pleased to-date.

    Great camera -useful lens

    By Steve
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-08-10

    The camera produces great images. Built ruggedly and takes everything a pro can throw at it. The 5 axis IS is a welcome addition. While not having the opportunity (yet) to fully test the kens, initial impressions are that in a very lightweight body, the lens produces sharp and contrasty images with nice bokeh.

    My new video camera

    By Marc
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-08-08

    This is my first dive into mirrorless and I'm impressed. I got this camera mostly to do video work and it's a beast. Works great with my gimbal and the images and video are on point. LOVE IT!

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    What is the Base iso?

    What is the Base iso?
    Asked by: Joel
    ISO 100 is the native ISO but the camera has a range of 50 to 204800.
    Answered by: Stephen
    Date published: 2020-12-21

    It is possible to record from the Z6 without an ...

    It is possible to record from the Z6 without an external monitor in N-Log to capture flat-looking footage that maximizes dynamic range and to record HDR-ready footage. Ability to generate high-quality 10-bit output or remain 8-bit?
    Asked by: Juan
    The camera is capable of producing N-Log only through an external recorder. The closest you can get to that internally is by shooting in flat picture profile.
    Answered by: Luis L
    Date published: 2022-07-11

    Is the base ISO 60 or 100? The key features and ...

    Is the base ISO 60 or 100? The key features and overview numbers seem to conflict
    Asked by: Nelson
    The base ISO range is 100-51200 and can extend to 50-204800.
    Answered by: Ryan
    Date published: 2021-10-13

    Can this camera be used with can can SD/SDHC/SDXC ...

    Can this camera be used with can can SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II) be used as primary card or is a CFexpress card required?
    Asked by: Steve
    The second slot on this camera accepts UHS-II cards, however CFExpress cards would offer faster performance.
    Answered by: Kirk
    Date published: 2021-07-21

    Can someone recommend a good swab and solution to ...

    Can someone recommend a good swab and solution to be used to clean the sensor?
    Asked by: Zon Hisham
    I would recommend this Visible Dust kit which comes with Smear Away:
    Answered by: Dan
    Date published: 2021-04-09

    I just received my new nikon z6 ii camera, is it ...

    I just received my new nikon z6 ii camera, is it true the firmware needs to be updated before using?
    Asked by: Jay
    You can use it without a firmware update, it is just recommended to do one to be able to get the best performance and functionality out of it.
    Answered by: Luis L
    Date published: 2020-12-16

    I currently have the Z6. Is it worth upgrading to ...

    I currently have the Z6. Is it worth upgrading to the Z6II? If so, why? I shoot a variety of settings and venues. Indoor and outdoor. I'm starting to get into shooting video as well.
    Asked by: Tyrone
    There are 2 main upgrades to the Z6II over the original Z6. First the camera now has 2 card slots which is great for anyone who shoots a variety of things (like yourself). Second the Z6II now has dual processors, so it's now much faster than the original in just about everything. Focus tracking is better (faster and more accurate), video can be processed faster at higher rates, the cameras overall functionality is better. If you think any of these things will help you in your work than I'd consider upgrading.
    Answered by: Ryan
    Date published: 2022-03-06

    I have triggers and flashes for my Nioon dslrs. ...

    I have triggers and flashes for my Nioon dslrs. Am I able to use those on the new Z6ii ?
    Asked by: Zon Hisham
    Yes, they will work, same flash system/hot shoe.
    Answered by: Rob
    Date published: 2020-12-16
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