Nikon "Z" Series Mirrorless announcement

ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovinPosts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

Nikon finally released information on their new mirrorless cameras. Yes, 2 cameras were announced, each with specific strengths.

Screen grabs from Nikon's USA front page:

Still image features:

Video features:

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator
    edited August 23, 2018

    Z7 Specifications:

    Price: Starting at $3,399.95

    Compatible Lenses:
    Z mount NIKKOR lenses
    F mount NIKKOR lenses with mount adapter; restrictions may apply

    Autofocus:
    Autofocus System: Hybrid phase-detection/contrast AF with AF assist
    Detection Range: -1 to +19 EV (-4 to +19 EV with low-light AF)
    Detection range: (ISO 100, f/2.0 lens, 20 °C/68 °F)
    Lens Servo Autofocus (AF): Single-servo AF (AF-S); continuous-servo AF (AF-C); full-time AF (AF-F; available only in movie mode); predictive focus tracking
    Manual focus (M): Electronic rangefinder can be used
    Focus Point: 493 (single-point AF)

    AF-area Mode:
    Pinpoint
    Single-Point
    Dynamic-area AF
    Wide-area AF (S)
    Wide-area AF (L)
    Auto-area AF
    Pinpoint and Dynamic-area AF available in photo mode only
    Focus Lock Focus can be locked by pressing shutter-release button halfway (single-servo AF) or by pressing center of sub-selector

    Focus Modes:
    Pinpoint
    Single-point
    Dynamic-area AF
    Wide-area AF (S)
    Wide-area AF (L)
    Auto-area AF
    Pinpoint and Dynamic-area AF available in photo mode only
    Maximum Autofocus Areas/Points 493
    Vibration Reduction 5-axis image sensor shift
    Autofocus Fine Tune Yes

    Shutter:
    Shutter Type Electronically-controlled vertical-travel focal-plane mechanical shutter; electronic front-curtain shutter; electronic shutter
    Shutter Speed 1/8000 to 30 sec. in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV, bulb, time, X200
    Fastest Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec.
    Slowest Shutter Speed 30 sec.
    Flash Sync Speed Up to: X=1/200 sec.; synchronizes with shutter at 1/200 sec. or slower; Auto FP High-Speed sync supported
    Bulb Shutter Setting Yes
    Shutter Release Modes Single frame
    Low-speed continuous
    High-speed continuous
    High-speed continuous (extended)
    Self-timer
    Frame Advance Rate Low-speed continuous: 1-5 fps
    High-speed continuous: 5.5 fps
    High-speed continuous (extended): 9 fps
    Continuous Shooting Options Low-speed continuous: 1-5 fps
    High-speed continuous: 5.5 fps
    High-speed continuous (extended): 9 fps
    Top Continuous Shooting Speed at Full Resolution 9 frames per second
    Self-Timer 2, 5, 10, 20 sec.; 1-9 exposures at intervals of 0.5, 1, 2, or 3 sec.
    Timer duration electronically controlled

    Exposure:
    Exposure Metering System TTL metering using camera image sensor
    Metering Method Matrix metering
    Center-weighted metering: Weight of 75% given to 12 mm circle in center of frame; weighting can instead be based on average of entire frame
    Spot metering: Meters 4 mm circle (about 1.5% of frame) centered on selected focus point
    Highlight-weighted metering
    Metering Range Matrix or center-weighted metering: -3 to +17 EV
    Spot metering: -3 to +17 EV
    Highlight-weighted metering: -3 to +17 EV
    Exposure Meter Coupling CPU
    Exposure Modes Auto
    Programmed auto with flexible program (P)
    Shutter-priority auto (S)
    Aperture-priority auto (A)
    Manual (M)
    User settings (U1, U2, U3)
    Exposure Compensation -5 to +5 EV in increments of 1/3 or 1/2 EV available in modes P, S, A, and M
    Exposure Lock Luminosity locked at detected value
    Picture Control Auto
    Flat
    Landscape
    Monochrome
    Neutral
    Portrait
    Standard
    Vivid
    Creative Picture Controls: (Dream, Morning, Pop, Sunday, Somber, Dramatic, Silence, Bleached, Melancholic, Pure, Denim, Toy, Sepia, Blue, Red, Pink, Charcoal, Graphite, Binary, Carbon)
    Selected Picture Control can be modified
    Storage for custom Picture Controls

    Sensitivity:
    ISO Sensitivity ISO 64 - 25,600 in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV
    Can also be set to approx. 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, or 1 EV (ISO 32 equivalent) below ISO 64 or to approx. 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1, or 2 EV (ISO 102,400 equivalent) above
    ISO 25,600; auto ISO sensitivity control available
    Lowest Standard ISO Sensitivity 64
    Highest Standard ISO Sensitivity 25,600
    Lowest Expanded ISO Sensitivity 32
    Highest Expanded ISO Sensitivity 102,400
    Active D-Lighting Can be selected from: Auto
    Extra High
    High
    Normal
    Low
    Off
    Active D-Lighting Bracketing Yes

    Flash:
    Flash Bracketing Yes
    X-Sync Speed 1/200th sec.
    Top FP High Speed Sync Up to: 1/8000 sec.
    Flash Control TTL: i-TTL flash control; i-TTL balanced fill-flash for digital SLR is used with matrix, center-weighted, and highlight-weighted metering, standard i-TTL fill-flash for digital SLR with spot metering
    Flash Sync Modes Front-curtain sync
    Rear-curtain sync
    Red-eye reduction
    Red-eye reduction with slow sync
    Slow rear-curtain sync
    Slow sync
    Off
    Flash Compensation -3 to +1 EV in increments of 1/3 or 1/2 EV available
    Flash-ready Indicator Lights when optional flash unit is fully charged; flashes as underexposure warning after flash is fired at full output
    Accessory Shoe ISO 518 hot-shoe with sync and data contacts and safety lock
    Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS) i-TTL flash control, radio-controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting, optical Advanced Wireless Lighting, modeling illumination, FV lock, Color Information Communication, Auto FP High-Speed Sync, unified flash control

    White Balance:
    White Balance Auto (3 types)
    Choose color temperature (2,500 K–10,000 K)
    Cloudy
    Direct sunlight
    Flash
    Fluorescent (7 types)
    Incandescent
    Natural light auto
    Preset manual (up to 6 values can be stored), all with fine-tuning
    Shade
    White Balance Bracketing Exposure, flash, white balance, and ADL

    Movie/Video
    Movie Metering TTL exposure metering using main image sensor
    Movie Maximum Recording Time 29 minutes 59 seconds
    Movie File Format MOV
    MP4
    Movie Video Compression H.264/MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding
    Movie Audio Recording Format Linear PCM
    AAC
    Movie 4K UHD 3,840x2,160 / 30 fps
    4K UHD 3,840x2,160 / 25 fps
    4K UHD 3,840x2,160 / 24 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 120 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 100 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 60 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 50 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 30 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 25 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 / 24 fps
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 slow-mo / 30 fps x4
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 slow-mo / 25 fps x4
    Full HD 1,920x1,080 slow-mo / 24 fps x5
    Actual frame rates for 120p, 100p, 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, and 24p are 119.88, 100, 59.94, 50, 29.97, 25, and 23.976 fps respectively
    Quality selection available at all sizes except
    3,840 x 2,160, 1,920 x 1,080 120p/100p, and 1,920 x 1,080 slow-mo, when quality is fixed at high
    Movie Audio Built-in stereo or external microphone with attenuator option; sensitivity can be adjusted
    Movie ISO Auto ISO sensitivity control (ISO 64 to 25,600)
    P, S, A: Auto ISO sensitivity control (ISO 64 to Hi 2) with selectable upper limit
    M: Auto ISO sensitivity control (ISO 64 to Hi 2) available with selectable upper limit; manual selection (ISO 64 to 25,600 in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV) with additional options available equivalent to approximately 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1, or 2 EV (ISO 102,400 equivalent) above ISO 25,600
    Movie Active D-Lighting Can be selected from:
    Auto
    Extra high
    High
    Normal
    Low
    Off
    Time Code Yes
    Drop frame
    Movie Log Gamma Output N-Log with View Assist (HDMI output only)
    Movie e-VR Yes
    Movie HDMI Output Yes, up to 10bit
    Start/Stop supported
    Movie Focus Peaking Yes
    Movie Highlight Display (Zebras) Yes
    Time-Lapse Movie Up to 4K UHD; Silent mode option
    AF for Movie AF Speed and AF Tracking Sensitivity can be adjusted

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  • sdbsdb italyPosts: 100Registered Users Major grins

    I followed the arrival of the Nikon mirrorless with great interest and many expectations. Also because this year I've to update my gear with a new camera body.
    Unfortunately I wasted my time, I'll continue in the SLR world, without having a choice.

    Nikon has (probably, since there are no field tests) made a couple of little gems to recover the lost field with Sony. The advantages of a mirrorless combined with the possibility of using the "old" F-mount lenses and many interesting features - especially a camera made for use in low light like the Z6, that I already saw in my backpack - were thrown into the trash by the lack of a basic and fundamental feature for any professional today: the presence of two cards that can be used in backup mode.

    Nikon has disappointed me so much...castrating their entry into the ML world and making itself ridiculous compared to their competitors.

    This my 2 cents...anyway If you read in the web (nikonrumors, etc), you'll see that almost everyone has had the same reaction.

    As it is, Z6/Z7 will be surely very good cameras, but not professional. Expensive amateur cameras.
    (with all respect for amateurs: if they lose their files they don't suffer the clients wrath as happen to us)

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator
    edited August 23, 2018

    The Nikon Z6 and Z7 are very similar in design so rather than relist the extensive specifications of the Z6 here is an abbreviated comparison of both cameras (hopefully correct but consult the Nikon pages for accurate information):

    Commonalities of both the Z6 and Z7:

    Image Sensor Format
    FX

    Sensor Size
    35.9 mm x 23.9 mm

    Storage Media
    XQD memory cards

    Battery / Batteries
    One EN-EL15b rechargeable Li-ion battery
    EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 can also be used, but note that fewer pictures can be taken on a single charge and that charging AC adapter can be used to charge EN-EL15b batteries only

    Approx. Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth)
    5.3 in. (134 mm) x 4 in. (100.5 mm) x 2.7 in. (67.5 mm)

    Approx. Weight
    20.7 oz. (585 g)
    camera body only

    Z6 Specifics

    Starting at $1,999.95

    Effective Pixels
    24.5 million

    Top Continuous Shooting Speed at Full Resolution
    12 frames per second

    ISO Sensitivity
    ISO 100 - 51,200 in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV
    Can also be set to approx. 0.3, 0.5, 0.7 or 1 EV (ISO 50 equivalent) below ISO 100 or to approx. 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1 or 2 EV (ISO 204,800 equivalent) above ISO 51,200; auto ISO sensitivity control available

    Z7 Specifics

    Starting at $3,399.95

    Effective Pixels
    45.7 million

    Top Continuous Shooting Speed at Full Resolution
    9 frames per second

    ISO Sensitivity
    ISO 64 - 25,600 in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV
    Can also be set to approx. 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, or 1 EV (ISO 32 equivalent) below ISO 64 or to approx. 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1, or 2 EV (ISO 102,400 equivalent) above
    ISO 25,600; auto ISO sensitivity control available

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator
    edited August 23, 2018

    @sdb said:
    ... the lack of a basic and fundamental feature for any professional today: the presence of two cards that can be used in backup mode.

    Nikon has disappointed me so much...castrating their entry into the ML world and making itself ridiculous compared to their competitors.

    I mostly agree and was disappointed in Nikon with the D7500 for the same reason; a single card slot in an otherwise nicely specified camera. (I own and still recommend the D7100 and D7200 instead. For someone getting started in event work the D7200 can still make sense.)

    There are still those who do shoot professionally using cameras with a single card slot, but you are correct in that nothing can kill your business for any sort of an event, but especially weddings, like the major loss of images for any reason. Entire reputations are often lost in those circumstances.

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  • sdbsdb italyPosts: 100Registered Users Major grins
    edited August 23, 2018

    @ziggy53 nowadays, for me, having 2 cards should be a must for all cameras. Such as airbags on cars. Apart, maybe, only the cheaper compact ones.
    But since this is not so, at least professional cameras, or aspiring to be, should have 2 cards.

    This policy is incomprehensible...would almost think of a sabotage within the Nikon company/engineers in favor of other brands :D

    Surely there are some professionals that will use it... hope so for Nikon. But I think the only professionals who could use it are the photographers who work in studio and have a workflow where they download photos directly into the backup.
    For everyone else working in the field...an "err" on the camera's display could be fatal.

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator
    edited August 23, 2018

    Nikon Z6/Z7 video previews:

    DPReview TV: Nikon Z 7 Hands-On First Impressions (In Seattle!)

    Nikon Z Mount full frame mirrorless cameras unveiled! - Jessops

    Nikon Z6 & Z7 full-frame mirrorless camera preview (vs Sony a7 III & a7R III, Nikon D750 & D850) - Northrup

    First Look | Nikon Z 7 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera - B&H

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  • pathfinderpathfinder Drive By Digital Shooter western IndianaPosts: 14,345Super Moderators moderator

    I hate to say it, but a second card slot really adds very little in the way of size or weight to a camera body - seems a very strange choice of priorities to me, and apparently many others, for what seems to otherwise be very impressive cameras. How could this have slipped by? Do they expect most images to be downloaded via near field wireless perhaps??? Or videographers to be using an HDMI type cable to an off body video and sound recorders like lots of large video cameras??

    In a few years, 5G type spread spectrum should easily be capable of just that, but not yet

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator
    edited August 24, 2018

    While the first "Z" series Nikon mirrorless "previews" were largely positive, driven by Nikon's Press Release limitations, there are now revelations in potential shortcomings.

    1) Single memory card for both bodies. While I suppose that I could have understood a single card slot for the Z6, the decision to omit it from the Z7 seems off-putting and short-sighted.

    2) Short battery life. 330 shots (CIPA) for the Z7. 330 shots is awfully paltry by today's standards. The Nikon D850 is rated at 1840 CIPA for still-image acquisition, for example.

    3) Need to use the Nikon Mount Adapter FTZ for lens selection for now. The Nikon mirrorless lens roadmap is pretty limited to start, meaning that you will need to use Nikon "F-mount" lenses for many/most serious/professional applications at the start. While the viability of the lens adapter is not known, early reports of usability are pretty good.

    4) No Patterned AF-Assist from flash. I have only seen one report on this but it seems that these Nikon mirrorless bodies are unable to use a flash's patterned AF-Assist light. Nikon appears to have chosen to use an on-camera assist light, which is better than nothing but not a professional substitute. I've had to shoot wedding receptions in both a bar area and an outdoor, night-time European tent setting. In both cases the on-flash AF-Assist light saved my butt in providing fast and accurate AF acquisition. This is something that only dSLRs currently provide (as far as I have been able to discern).

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  • T. BombadilT. Bombadil Major grins Posts: 285Registered Users Major grins

    @sdb said:
    @ziggy53 nowadays, for me, having 2 cards should be a must for all cameras. Such as airbags on cars. Apart, maybe, only the cheaper compact ones.
    But since this is not so, at least professional cameras, or aspiring to be, should have 2 cards.

    This policy is incomprehensible...would almost think of a sabotage within the Nikon company/engineers in favor of other brands :D

    Surely there are some professionals that will use it... hope so for Nikon. But I think the only professionals who could use it are the photographers who work in studio and have a workflow where they download photos directly into the backup.
    For everyone else working in the field...an "err" on the camera's display could be fatal.

    Professionals work with many levels of camera. The D5 is a "pro body". The D850 doesn't have a pro body, but does have a professional control layout.

    The Z6 and Z7 aren't "professional" in a couple of respects. As you have pointed out, they do not have 2 card slots. They also do not have contacts for battery grip with portrait shutter release and controls (there will be a battery grip, but it will be similar to that sold for consumer grade Nikon DSLRs, displacing the internal battery). Both cameras have a PSAM dial on the left (no scene choices, but not really pro), and lack some of the dedicated buttons found on Nikon DSLRs that have a pro control layout.

    There will likely be a Z series camera that more completely fits the "pro" category, just not this year.

    While it would have been nice to see a "completely pro" Z series camera, it makes some sense for Nikon to lead with the enthusiast level camera. Some professionals will use it (not many wedding photographers), and (imho) lots of enthusiasts will buy one.

    The exciting news is that Nikon chose a lens mount that bodes well for lenses that support superb image quality. That will keep professionals interested, and Nikon will (eventually) provide them with body designs that are suitable.

    I think the Z/7 is the first, not the final, word on what Nikon can do with this mount. I'm really looking forward to seeing exciting new cameras and lenses (even though I have no intention of replacing my D850 with a 6 or 7).

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    Nikon Z6 Z7 review first looks - not a Sony killer yet!

    ziggy note: Gordon Laing is a consummate professional photographer with broad capabilities and extensive interests. Always good to get his insight.

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  • sdbsdb italyPosts: 100Registered Users Major grins
    edited September 3, 2018

    I agree with your other comments.
    As for the battery, some tests have shown that it is much more durable than expected. Luckily.
    As for a more professional body, as mentioned from @T. Bombadil, it seems (from interviews) that in future more professional models will be released.

    I didn't hope to have a miniaturized D5 right away, but at least a worthy heir of the D750...!
    (for services up to 10/12 hours, less weight is important when using two cameras hanging on the shoulders).

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    Nikon appears not to have an exhibit at the IBC 2018 show, but a third-party mount conversion company did show a prototype for "PL" mount lenses onto the Nikon "Z" series bodies.

    PL Cinema lenses on Nikon Z6 Z7 and Canon EOS R, MTF Services Lens Adapters, IBC 2018

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    This is encouraging and enabling.
    The DPReview Music Video

    Shooting a music video shot with the Nikon Z7

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    Nikon Z7 Auto Focus REVIEW | Good, Bad, or ATROCIOUS? Is Sony Better?

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    Notice about compatibility for Nikon Z7 with Tamron lenses

    https://tamron.com/news/press_release/20181004.html

    [The preliminary statement, in its entirety]

    Dear users and potential purchasers of Tamron interchangeable lenses.

    Thank you for using Tamron products and for your continuous support.

    We would like to announce that we have discovered issues that some of Tamron Di/Di II series for Nikon mount models may not be operational properly on Nikon Z7, which was newly released on September 28, 2018, with Nikon Mount Adapter FTZ.

    We are in process to search for the causes and will make further announcement of the compatibility for every single model once we find the solution.

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator
    edited October 6, 2018

    Toglife with the Nikon Z7 in Iceland

    (Not really any insight into the Nikon Z7, I'm afraid, but the episode is shot with the Z7 in frigid temps.)

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  • rangel28rangel28 United StatesPosts: 1Registered Users Beginner grinner
    I also followed the release of Nikon's mirrorless cameras with interest. I found the pricing of the cameras interesting. The Z7 in particular is way out of the price range of most amateurs, yet both cameras only have one card slot, so the cameras seem to be built for non professionals. If I were shooting a wedding or event, and didn't have an assistant, I would be very concerned about card failure, although Nikon and others have pointed out XQD cards are very durable and rarely fail. I am sure other "Z" cameras are coming at some point, likely aimed at professionals and perhaps the DX market. I currently use a D500 and D7200, and am looking to move into full frame at some point. The Z6 looks more appealing to me, although it will be nice to know if Nikon ever plans on releasing a D760. There is no way I can justify a Z7 as a non professional.
  • NikonsandVstromsNikonsandVstroms *and Olympus Boston, MAPosts: 990Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 19, 2018

    @rangel28 said:
    I also followed the release of Nikon's mirrorless cameras with interest. I found the pricing of the cameras interesting. The Z7 in particular is way out of the price range of most amateurs, yet both cameras only have one card slot, so the cameras seem to be built for non professionals. If I were shooting a wedding or event, and didn't have an assistant, I would be very concerned about card failure, although Nikon and others have pointed out XQD cards are very durable and rarely fail. I am sure other "Z" cameras are coming at some point, likely aimed at professionals and perhaps the DX market. I currently use a D500 and D7200, and am looking to move into full frame at some point. The Z6 looks more appealing to me, although it will be nice to know if Nikon ever plans on releasing a D760. There is no way I can justify a Z7 as a non professional.

    I think the big question is what are you shooting? What advantages to full frame are you looking for? With the lens selection being so limited it might be better to go FX DSLR and buy used if possible that way if Z mount is the future you'll get a few good years out of any lenses and not lose too much if you do switch over.

    I'm an available light shooter so I'm right there with you waiting to see what the Z6 will be and if there's going to be a D760 soon. They've pushed the Z6 off an extra 2 months VS the Z7 and aren't letting too much be known about it so either its not a big leap in terms of performance VS the D750, or they don't want it to lure potential Z7 buyers away. Only time will tell.

    Also XQD cards are also about 4x more expensive than 95 mbps SD cards so that kinda sucks especially for those of us who already have say 4 128 GB cards getting 2 128 GB XQD's would be 450+ on top of the price of the cameras.

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    NIKON Z6 RAW Files Are AMAZING | Should SONY & CANON be WORRIED? - Jared Polin

    If I understand correctly, Jared is re-hashing some images he shot at the Nikon event earlier. (I think this because, discussing the Z6 and new Nikkor 50mm, f2.8S lens, Jared says, "... They're not even out yet.") Still, Jared has converted some of the files to DNG format and he says you can open these in Adobe products, so that's very cool, although the final Z6 colors may be slightly different in the production version of the camera.

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  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 20,273Super Moderators moderator

    DPReview TV: Nikon Z7 review

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    NIKON Z6 :: Hands on Review (The Art of Photography)

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