First Look: Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Camera


Take a trip around New York City with photographer David Flores as he gives us a good look at the Nikon Z6. Flores runs through the various functions and capabilities of the 24.5MP full-frame mirrorless camera, including UHD 4K video performance, autofocus, adapted lenses, and plenty of other features. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at



Looks great! I ordered mine during launch and now with a status of In stock, order sent to warehouse.  I been a Nikon shooter since I picked one up starting with a D40 and at present shooting with a D4 and D800.  I was going to go for a D5 but wanted to dabble in the mirrorless world.  With all the collection of glass, Sony wasn't an option for me to switch over.  I'm glad that Nikon has jumped in, it should be fun to bring this little beast on travels instead of lugging the tank around that is my D4 :)  

I was waiting a long time to see Nikon launch its mirror less camera. The Z6 is the camera for me. I have more than 50 Nikkor vintage glasses and can't wait to shoot with this camera in low light and using the in body image stabilization :-) Nikon finally did it! I've seen some images coming out of this camera in low light and it is just amazing! 

Sounds Great. I wonder if the flash accessories for the F100 and other access. can be used? Mirrorless makes the most sense to eliminate the bouncing mirror.

The Nikon Z6 would require a flash that has i-TTL automatic flash capabilities. If your flash has a three-digit or a four-digit number, then it should be fully compatible for use with the Nikon Z7 Mirrorless Digital Camera. The first i-TTL flashes were the Nikon SB-800 and SB-600, released in 2003. If you have an older flash, then you may have to use the flash in Manual mode or with limited capabilities. I would recommend referring to page 409 on the Reference Manual for the Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Digital Camera listed on our website for which features may be available for use with older Nikon flashes. Any 10-pin remote accessory and camera straps should also be compatible for use with the Nikon Z7 Mirrorless Digital Camera. Other accessories, such as batteries, battery grips, data backs, or eyecups from the Nikon F100 35mm film camera would not be compatible for use with the Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Digital Camera.

Looks great! Thanks. 

What is the different in low light situation performance between this camera and the  Sony a7 series?

Also how does the camera handle heat in the video mode?

Thanks again,