Nikon Z7 II

Nikon Z7 II
83

Engadget Review

Nikon’s Z7 II brings some attractive new features over the original Z7, like 4K 60 fps video, improved autofocus and dual card slots. It also offers some of the best image quality you can find in a high-resolution, full-frame mirrorless camera. However, itlags behind Sony’s A7R IV in terms of resolution, image quality and shooting speeds. It also gets beat by the Canon EOS R5, which has better autofocus and video capabilities. Considering that the $3,000 Z7 II is at the low end of the price scale for high-resolution full-frame mirrorless cameras, though, it’s a good buy if budget is an issue.

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Nikon Z7 II review: A solid upgrade that lags behind its rivals
Improved autofocus and 4K 60p video, but it’s no Sony A7R IV.
Steve Dent
Steve DentFebruary 03, 2021

Pros

  • 4K 60 fps video
  • 5-axis stabilization
  • Good handling and a rugged body
  • Very good image quality

Cons

  • Display that only tilts
  • Low-resolution EVF
  • Middling shooting speeds
  • No internal 10-bit video recording
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Key Specs

TYPE
Mirrorless interchangeable lens
RESOLUTION (EFFECTIVE)
45.7 megapixels
MEMORY CARD
SD

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