Nikon’s Z 7II is the flagship of Nikon’s mirrorless range

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Along with the Z 6II, Nikon introduced the Z 7II, which is an evolution of the Z 7.

Nikon Z 7II
Nikon Z 7II

Nikon’s Z 7II is the flagship of Nikon’s mirrorless range

Inheriting the 45.7MP image sensor and other features from its predecessor, the new model received a second EXPEED 6 processor and an enlarged buffer, which made it possible to increase the speed and expand the camera’s capabilities.

In particular, the burst speed has been increased from 9 fps to 10 fps, and the burst length, when saved in 12-bit RAW format with lossless compression, reaches 77 shots, about three times that of the Z 7.

The camera supports 4K UHD video recording at up to 60 fps and Full HD at up to 120 fps. It is possible to record on an external recorder in RAW format with 12-bit color representation (this function is added at the service center for an additional fee).

Like the Z 6II, the Z 7II features a UHS-II SD card slot and an XQD or CFexpress (Type B) card slot, improvements to the autofocus system, and the ability to update camera firmware using a mobile device and the Nikon SnapBridge app without the need to use a computer or memory card.

The sensitivity range is ISO 64-25600. It can be expanded to values ​​equivalent to ISO 32 and ISO 104,200. The Image Stabilization System allows you to win up to five shutter speeds.

Like the Z 7, the new camera has a 3.69 million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder and a 3.2-inch, 2.1-million-dot movable LCD, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and Bluetooth 4.2. The camera body, made of magnesium alloy, provides protection from mechanical stress, dust, dirt, and moisture. The power source is an EN-EL15c battery. With dimensions of 134 x 100.5 x 69.5 mm, the camera weighs 615 g. It costs 3000 dollars.

At the same time, the MB-N11 battery pack and the WR-R11b wireless remote control were introduced. The unit, with a shutter release button and vertical grip controls, features a USB-C port, allowing two batteries to be charged in succession when the unit is disconnected from the camera. The remote control allows you to remotely control the camera shutter release or synchronize the shutter release of multiple cameras linked to the master camera.

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