It's over, at last: Nikon's worst kept secret is finally seeing the light of day in an official capacity. Today, the company revealed its long-rumored, highly anticipated mirrorless cameras, the Z6 and Z7. But here, we're going to focus on the flagship model, the Z7. This new shooter features a full-frame 45.7-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with an Expeed 6 image processor, an ISO range of 64-25,000, a 493-point autofocus system, 9fps continuous shooting and 4K UHD video. That's basically everything you'd want out of a top-of-the-line camera in general, not just the mirrorless kind.
In addition to that, the Z7 comes with 5 axis vibration reduction built in, which will help keep shots stabilized during photo and video shoots. There's also a one million dot tilting, 3.2-inch touchscreen (it doesn't rotate though, unfortunately for vloggers), a top 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. As with comparable Sony models, the Z7 offers a completely silent shooting mode.