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    35mm Full Frame (36 x 24 mm)
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Nikon - Z 6 II 4k Video Mirrorless Camera (Body only) - Black

Model:1659
SKU:6437928
Your price for this item is $1,599.99
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    14 frames per second, and dual memory cards. Yes!!

    The Z6 ii @ $1699 (sale price) is a pretty good deal for a full frame mirrorless body. I mounted the new 70-300 Z mount lens from Tamron onto it (also on sale @ $599). It is FAST with that 14 frames per second continuous shooting. That's going to be a huge factor when shooting sports. I also love that it has dual card slots. Having a backup memory card is an absolute must when shooting weddings, etc. I also have the Z50, and a D7500, as well. I prefer to keep a lens on each camera body, as I am not a fan of swapping out lenses, getting dust on your sensor, etc. So I'll pretty much keep that 70-300 Z mount lens on this body and use it for weddings, some portrait shots, and a nice hiking camera to mount to your chest / backpack in case you see something you want a quality shot of. Def happy with this camera body. Looking forward to years of use.

    Posted by BMunster

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great upgrade!

    I love this camera!! I upgraded from my Nikon D750 and as much as I love that camera, this was a game changer! Going mirrorless was a great decision for me as a wedding photographer. The speed and quality is definitely noticeable. The low light capabilities are also fantastic. It is super lightweight, too! Which I love for long wedding days. If you’re thinking about upgrading, do it!!

    Posted by PhotographyByV

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Nikon's Mirrorless is for real!

    I don't usually write reviews, but read a lot to get perspective. This camera deserves a review, so here goes... Initial impressions are excellent. I've had many Nikons over the years. The last of which was the D200. Good camera, but doesn't compare to this thing. I bought the 24-70 F4s Z lens to go with it. Even got the kit price, even though it wasn't the kit (Thanks Best Buy!). Keep in mind this is initial impressions after one test shoot, but Wow! Great images. See my samples. These are straight from the camera, no editing. Setup was typical Nikon. Took 5 minutes to find what I wanted to shoot with (if that...). Great control layout. Logical and intuitive. The Camera has a very solid feel to it, without being bulky. The 24-70 lens also had a solid feel. I'd seen some reviews that claimed otherwise on YouTube. Feel it for yourself. It's solid, without being heavy. The new Z lenses appear to be the real deal. Yes, they're expensive, but good glass has always been. Autofocus worked really well, and is nearly silent. If there's a breeze, you won't hear it. Canon may have the edge, but Nikon's Autofocus is very capable. Don't mind the haters, it's very good in most shooting conditions, from what I can tell. After shooting in different modes (Program, Aperture, Shutter, and Manual), exposure values seem to be spot on, and tend to push the shutter speeds up, to allow sharp images. In body stabilization works well. I got tack sharp images at 1/40 sec. and wasn't thinking about posture. Nice. As for the resolution, don't talk yourself into thinking you need the Z7ii until you've seen some images from this thing. Very clean. I'll update after some low light shooting, but ISO's up to 800 are really sharp. Out of 56 test shots, I had 1 out of focus that was all me (not the camera). All exposures were good. I haven't even got into the video capabilities yet (which look to be quite comprehensive), but if it's half as good as the still image capture, it should be excellent. Nikon has a winner on its hands! Seriously, get one in your hands and try it out. You'll be glad you did!

    Posted by Gremlin88

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