The Nikon Z7 and Z6 Cameras

The world of camera's is changing and no longer are the days of the smaller sensors in smaller bodies.  Nikon's new Z7 and Z6 cameras ($1,995+) mark the start of a completely new system. The company's first full-frame mirrorless models, they use the new Z mount that's wider than before, letting more light in and packing other tricks like a ring on the lens that can be used to control everything from focus to exposure compensation. They're powered by the Expeed 6 image processor, have fast hybrid AF systems, and offer five-axis in-camera stabilization. The Z7 is more for pure shooters, with a 45.7-megapixel sensor, while the Z6 is more versatile, with a 24.5-megapixel sensor, higher maximum ISO, faster burst, and higher-quality video capture. Both are arriving later this year.

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