Nikon has officially announced the two new MLR Fullframe cameras: Nikon Z7 and Nikon Z6 with the latest and entirely new Z mounting, as well as the company has also launched the NIKKOR Z lenses and the roadmap for new S series lenses.
Nikon Z7 and Z6 Pre-Orders, Price, Availability
UPDATE:- Now you can also pre-ordered New Nikon Z series from Amazom.com too.
The Nikon Z7 will be available from September and is priced at $3,396.95 for the body-only configuration or $3,996.95 as a kit with the new Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S lens. While the Nikon Z6 which also will be available from September is priced at $1,996.95 and $2,596.95 with the 24-70mm f/4 kit Z-Mount lens. The FTZ adapter for F-Mount lenses will cost $249.95.
Nikon Z7 Features
The Z7 features a full-frame 45.7-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with an Expeed 6 image processor. New Nikon Mirrorless camera comes with an ISO range of 64-25,000, a 493-point autofocus system, 9fps continuous shooting and ability to record 4K UHD videos.
The Z7 also comes with built-in 5-axis vibration reduction, meaning you can expect a stabilized photo and video shoots. It features a 3.2-inch touchscreen LCD OLED panel for displaying basic information, and a 3.69 million dot high-res OLED electronic viewfinder which Nikon says covers approximately 100 percent of the frame.
Nikon Z7 also offers a completely silent shooting mode. It comes with 3.5mm headphone jack and a microphone. It can also capture 120fps footage with audio. Since it is a fresh series, the Z7 rocks a completely new body system dubbed “Z-mount.”
Nikon is also launching three native Z-mount lenses with the Z7; a 24-70mm f.4.0, 35mm f/1.8 and 50mm f/1.8. It’s also developing an insane 50mm f/0.9 lens for its Z-mount camera. There’s only one memory card slot and you’ll need an XQD memory card for the Z7.
Nikon Z6 Features
The Z6 packs a 24.5-megapixel full-frame sensor with 100-51,200 native ISO, 12fps continuous shooting. It features a 24.5-megapixel full-frame sensor with 100-51,200 native ISO, 12fps continuous shooting, 273 autofocus points and the ability to 4K video.
Nikon also offers Bluetooth LE and WiFi with SnapBridge/PC support for connectivity. As mentioned, the CFexpress Type B card support will be coming later. Each has a rear touch display for both menu and shooting functions. It also has a dedicated headphone and microphone ports and supports 4K recording with a full frame sensor readout at up to 30fps, and 120fps at 1080p.
Nikon Z6 can also record 10-bit 4K video with Nikon’s N-log color profile via the HDMI port to an Atomos or another recorder. It is also introducing a Z-Mount which has a 16mm flange distance, a third of that on the F-mount, and a 55mm diameter that’s 17% larger.