Nikon Z6 Camera Review 2019

Nikon Z6 review

Nikon Z6:

The Nikon Z6 is perhaps the most adaptable camera we have ever created. Its best qualities are a sweet spot of speed, resolution and low light performance. All combined with the advantages of a lightweight mirrorless design, a revolutionary new full-frame lens mount with match lenses and seamless integration with Nikon’s DSLR system including the F-Mount NIKKOR lenses you love This is mirrorless versatility as only Nikon could create.

Features:

1. The Z6 is more effective at 4k video than Nikon’s DSLR.

2. However, the Live autofocus is fast and silent, there is the option of 10-bit-N-Log output for extra quality and grading flexibility and the body stabilization makes handheld video a practical option.

3. Moreover, Nikon Z6 and Z7 don’t have Built-in Flash. Smilier to the latest generation Nikon DSLRs, the Z series mirrorless cameras do not feature a built-in flash unit.

Nikon Z6 review

Nikon Z6: Image stabilization:

In the body, image stabilization is an asis system giving you 5 stops of latitude. Image stabilization in the Nikon Z6 is compatible with VR lenses even with the adapter. Digital IS is not ideal, but it works fairly well in the Nikon system. You will have a slight crop on the image.

Furthermore, Both of Nikon’s full-frame mirrorless cameras fell solid and durable and given that they have a magnesium alloy body and weatherproof seals they should survive some serious use.

Z lens mount:

The wide,full-frame ZMount captures more light and with the optimum distance of just 16mm between mount and sensor, more of that light reaches the sensor. Nikon’s F mount lenses can also be used with the addition of the FTZ adapter.

The Nikon Z6 is one of two full-frame mirrorless cameras introduced by Nikon in August of 2018. It is very similar to its big brother Z7 with the main difference being the sensor (24MP vs 46MP) and the decrease in a resolution that comes along with it.

The Z6 will ultimately be compared to its DSLR, the D750(which is getting on in years, but still very capable).

Specifications:

TypeHybrid
Announced23/08/2018
Indicative price (USD)2000
Sensor typeCMOS
Resolution6064 x 4040
Sensor photodetectors (Mpix)24.5
Sensor size (mm)23.9 x 35.9
Color filter arrayRGB
Pixel pitch (µm) 
Bits per pixel14.0
Focal length multiplier1
Aspect Ratio3:2
ISO latitude50 – 204800
Shutter typeElectronic / Mechanical
Fastest – Slowest speed (s)1/8000 – 30.0
Frame rate (fps)12.0
Live viewYes
StabilizationYes
Firmware1.0
Dust cleaningYes
Mount typeNikon Z
Weight (gr) 
Battery typeLi-Ion, EN-EL15b, 7V, 1900mAh, 14Wh
Battery weight (gr) 
TropicalizationYes
Camera materialMixed Plastic / Metal
Mount materialMetal
Viewfinder typeElectronic
Viewfinder magnification0.8
Viewfinder coverage100
Mirror lockupNo
Viewfinder diopter-4 to +2 m-1
Monitor typeLCD
Monitor size3.2
Monitor pixel2100000
Articulated screenYes
Touch screenYes
Contrast screen 
Low-pass filter 
Focus modeYes
Autofocus modesSingle-servo AF (AF-S); continuous-servo AF (AF-C); full-time AF (AF-F; available only in movie mode); predictive focus tracking Manual focus (MF)
Number of autofocus points273
Exposure bracketingYes
Exposure compensation-5 to +5 EV in increments of 1/3 or 1/2 EV available in modes P, S, A, and M
Drive modesSingle frame, Low-speed continuous, High-speed continuous, High-speed continuous (extended), Self-timer
Buffer size 
Recording mediumXQD
Image formatJPEG, RAW (NEF), TIFF
White balance bracketingExposure, flash, white balance, and ADL
ConnectivityUSB / Wi-Fi
BluetoothYes
3GNo
Sound recordingYes
External microYes
HistogramYes
GPSYes
VideoYes
Maximum format image video3840×2160 / 30 fps
Full HDYes
Live autofocus 
Video file formatMOV, MP4
Video codecH.264 / MPEG-4
Video stabilizationYes

 

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