Nikon Z6 II Review

November 20, 2020 | Amy Davies |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Nikon Z6 II from around the web.

digitalcameraworld.com »

The Nikon Z6 II is a light refresh of the original Z6, with a second memory card and processor bringing a bump to burst shooting and the promise of 4K 60p video. However, the latter is cropped (and not here until February) and the camera still lacks an articulating screen, limiting its appeal for video and vlogging. At its price it's a very capable camera, though certain of its specs are outperformed by rival systems.
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techradar.com »

Nikon has taken one of our favorite mirrorless cameras and addressed its main weaknesses. While it might not be class-leading in key areas, it’s the Z6 II’s strong performance across the board that makes it such a compelling choice.
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ephotozine.com »

Like the Nikon Z6, the Z6 II, offers great image quality, and great handling, but with added "oomph" as well as the convenience of an SD card slot. The Nikon Z6 II and the other camera's in the Z series offer great handling, and the Z6 II offers a full-frame 24mp BSI CMOS sensor that is able to offer great noise performance. When combined with the extremely high-quality Z series lenses, you'll find your self extremely impressed by the image quality on offer from the camera. The images produced offer a level of sharpness and detail that is not always seen.
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