Extending the lens compatibility for this full-frame mirrorless camera, the Nikon Z7 II Mirrorless Camera with FTZ Adapter Kit from B&H bundles the Z7 II with the FTZ Mount Adapter to enable working with F-mount SLR lenses.
- 45.7MP FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor
- Dual EXPEED 6 Image Processors
- UHD 4K60 Video; N-Log & 10-Bit HDMI Out
- 10 fps Cont. Shooting, ISO 64-25600
Nikon Z7 II Overview
Nikon Z7 II Specs
Nikon Z7 II Reviews
So excited to go mirrorless! This model is portable and compact without sacrificing quality. Will definitely be taking this on my next trip instead of a bulky DSLR
Great camera less than average bag
Every positive thing you have heard about the camera is true. I like the bag but they needed to have put snaps or something to keep the flap secure. Velcro is nice but it you are active, it might not hold the top down and your gear secure.
ABSOLUTELY FRAGILE - A TOY
Nikon z72 - I own three of them. Camera number 2 out of 3 total is now in the shop. Camera number one is at NIKON Service as well because the sensor failed after 34 days of ownership. Now, to my absolute amazement camera number 2 has failed with an error related to storage cards and a stuck shutter on day number 92. Yes, out of three cameras I have recently purchased - 2 of them are now at NIKON for service. NOT ACCEPTABLE. I have used NIKON products for 40+ years and never, ever once experienced the kind of disappointment with a NIKON product that I am a feeling now. These products are too fragile and appear to have some major issues related to quality. Neither camera was ever dropped or put in a wet environment. I use gear professionally but never abusively. This is supposed to be a prosumer camera with quality to match, right? Yes, two out of three are now in the shop for warranty work within 90 days or less. Whatever doubts I may have felt when the first one failed at 34 days are nothing compared to now. I will be ordering a SONY branded camera and a complement of professional lenses over the next couple of days and selling all of this NIKON product as soon as possible. NIKON - you have now permanently lost a life long, die hard NIKON user and customer. I will not come back - I do not forgive and I do not forget. If you are having great experiences with your NIKON z72 then I am super happy for you and, yes, a bit jealous. I really like the images we get from these cameras as well but I need durability - NOT a TOY. If you are looking through the reviews for insights into quality - then heed my experience and do more research - my results may not as much of an anomaly as it first may seem.
Perfect size for my needs and looks great!
I switched from a D810 to this camera recently and could not be happier! I actually quit using my D810 because of the weight. I've been shooting Nikon since the mid-80's and wanted to stay with it so opted for this camera. I love it! It's light. It's wicked smart and capable. I just took it to Joshua Tree and got some of the best images of my life. Super happy! It feels like an old friend. The learning curve wasn't nearly as steep as I feared. A few tutorials online and I was good to go! See uploaded Joshua Tree images...
NIKON SUDDEN FAILURE
I will try to be as balanced about this review as I can. I love this line of camera and currently own three Nikon Z7ii bodies to fulfill the requirements of my photography needs. The images we get from these cameras have been superb and functionality has been acceptable in many ways. It should also be noted I have been a Nikon user for 40+ years and have owned too many of their products throughout that span of time to recount them all. I bought a second Z7ii from B&H 34 days ago. It is important to note this is not a B&H Photo failure and I want to say they have always taken great care of me over the many years I have been using them. This is a failure of Nikon in my opinion. On day 34 during studio type use, the images produced by this Z7ii suddenly started having a vertical blue line running from top to bottom. I tried a camera reset, different lenses and different memory cards but nothing changed the fact that the camera produced a blue line across the image. Nothing on the Nikon technical support website came close to describing or defining this issue. The camera was a couple of days past the policy return time with B&H, so now it had to go to Nikon for warranty service. Nikon will not make any promises related to the turn around time of a repair, so now the wait begins. I entered a review on the Nikon website detailing the issue and my disappointment in such a sudden and unexpected failure of their product in an amazingly short amount of time. As of the day of this review - it has not been posted by Nikon. What is Nikon trying to hide? If there are quality issues Nikon customers are experiencing - then folks scanning the review sections for this product need to know, ought to know. I would have liked to know. Like I previously stated, I love the Z7ii camera line. I do not like the fact this one camera failed so soon after purchase. Now, I am also concerned about the overall product quality and the potential limited life span of these cameras - doubts I have never experienced with a Nikon product until now. All I can say is - knowledge like this can be advantageous when making purchasing decisions. \ Many thanks to B&H for giving me a voice to relate my concern. I included a photo showing the issue - for reference only.
Fantastic for Nikon users
I upgraded from a Nikon Z6. Really appreciate using the same user interface, nothing new to learn. A few years back I tried downsizing from a D850 to the Z6, but over time realized I missed the higher resolution as I tend to crop images a lot. This is a fantastic camera and I'm amazed by the lens performance of the Z-mount designs.
Unsure how to set up and use
I have not fully set up my Z7ii yet because I think the manual is difficult to follow. I have had to go to various Youtube videos to learn how to set up and use it. I don't know why B&H does not make this easier. Complete, in-depth videos would help so much. I just found someone I had to pay $50 to to learn all the information. I should not have to do that . Saying read the manual does not cut it for me. I am ADHD and need more than that. Not to mention, I am older and need extra help. If B&H would put out videos to teach about mirrorless cameras, people would be so happy to have them. Mirrorless are new to everyone, so this should be an important thing to do for all of us. It should not be this much trouble. Please help!!!