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Nikon Z6 vs Nikon Z7

5.28 in
3.96 in
Nikon Z6 Digital Camera
Nikon Z6
5.28 in
3.96 in
Nikon Z7 Digital Camera
Nikon Z7
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4.7 out of 5
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4.6 out of 5
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4.4 out of 5
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Full Comparison

Sensor

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Sensor typeCMOSCMOS
Image sensor formatFX
N/A

Image

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
ISO
  • 100
  • 51200
  • Auto
  • 64
  • 25600
ISO minimum10064
ISO maximum5120025600
Maximum image resolution6048 x 4024 px8256 x 5504 px
White balance modes
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Direct sunlight
  • Flash
  • Fluorescent
  • Fluorescent H
  • Fluorescent L
  • Incandescent
  • Manual
  • Natural
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Fluorescent
  • Fluorescent H
  • Fluorescent L
  • Incandescent
  • Shade
Supported image file formats
  • JPEG
  • RAW
  • JPEG
  • RAW
Photo effects
  • Neutral
  • Sepia
  • Vivid
N/A
Image stabilizeryes
N/A
Supported aspect ratios
N/A
  • 1:1
  • 3:2
  • 5:4
  • 16:9

Optics and focus

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Lens mountNikon Z
N/A
Minimum aperture22
N/A
Maximum aperture22
N/A
Focus adjustmentAuto/ManualAuto/Manual
Contrast adjustmentyesyes
Brightness adjustmentyesyes
Autofocus
  • Continuous Auto Focus
  • Single Auto Focus
  • AI Focus
  • Multi Point Auto Focus
  • Single Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) lockyes
N/A
Auto Focus (AF) points selection
  • Auto
  • Manual
N/A
Number of focus points273493
Saturation adjustment
N/A
yes

Screen and viewfinder

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Screen size3.2 in3.2 in
Screen technologyLCD TFTLCD
Touch screenyesyes
Live viewyes
N/A
ViewfinderElectronicElectronic
Viewfinder screen size0.5 in0.5 in
Viewfinder resolution369000000.0 px3690000.0 px
Viewfinder magnification0.8 x0.8 x
Diopter adjustment (D-D)-4 - 2-4 - 2
Eye relief0.83 in
N/A
Flip-out screenno
N/A

Photography features

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Shooting modesAuto
  • Auto
  • Manual
  • Sensitivity priority
  • Shutter priority
Camera shutter type
  • Electronic
  • Mechanical
  • Electronic
  • Mechanical
Auto exposure lockyesyes
Self-timer delay
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • 20
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
Histogramyes
N/A
Flash modes
  • Auto
  • Flash off
  • Flash on
  • Manual
  • Slow sync
  • Auto
  • Flash off
  • Flash on
  • Manual
Scene modes
  • Landscape
  • Portrait
  • Landscape
  • Night portrait
  • Portrait
  • Sports
  • Sunrise
  • Sunset
  • Twilight

Videography features

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Maximum resolution3840 x 2160 px3840 x 2160 px
Video recordingyesyes
Recording resolutions
  • 3840 x 2160
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 3840 x 2160
HD type4K Ultra HD4K Ultra HD
Supported video file formats
  • H.264
  • MOV
  • MP4
  • MPEG-4
  • MOV
  • MP4
Camera playback
  • Highlights
  • Movie
  • Slide show
  • Thumbnails
  • Movie
  • Single image
Video recording limit30.0 min.29.59 min.
Motion JPEG frame rate30.0 fps30.0 fps

Audio features

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Built-in microphoneyesyes
Built-in speakersyes
N/A
Voice recordingyesyes
Audio systemStereoStereo
Supported audio file formats
  • AAC
  • PCM
N/A

Design

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Body typeSLRMILC
Colour of productBlackBlack
Anti-dust systemyes
N/A

Dimensions

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Weight20.64 oz20.64 oz
Width5.28 in5.28 in
Height3.96 in3.96 in
Depth2.66 in2.66 in

Storage

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Compatible memory cardsXQD
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Memory slots11
Camera file system
  • DCF 2.0
  • Exif 2.31
N/A

Power

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
Power source typeBatteryBattery
Battery life (CIPA)310
N/A
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion
Lithium-Ion
Number of batteries supported1
N/A
AC adapter includedYY

Connectivity

Nikon Z6Nikon Z6
Nikon Z7Nikon Z7
HDMIyesyes
USB connector typeUSB Type-CUSB Type-C
USB version
3.2 Gen 1
3.2 Gen 1
Microphone portyesyes
Supported WiFi types
  • IEEE 802.11a
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
  • IEEE 802.11n
  • IEEE 802.11ac
  • IEEE 802.11a
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
  • IEEE 802.11n
  • IEEE 802.11ac
PictBridgeyesyes
NFCno
N/A
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)yesyes
Bluetoothyesyes
Bluetooth version4.24.2

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • The body is grippy and everything falls nicely to hand
  • fast; smooth and easy to focus manually
  • a great travel companion
  • it works really well
  • Images were rich in detail and sharp from edge to edge
  • in-body image stabilisation system is excellent
  • ergonomically minded and excellent DSLRs
  • larger and more resolute a sensor
  • Battery life is fairly reasonable
  • The 43 sensors are now very good
  • Dynamic range is excellent
  • Focusing is swift and accurate
  • decent array of dials and buttons
  • it maintains full autofocus and usability
  • feels extremely well built and more than up to the task of brutalising outdoor shoots
  • default Matrix metering has done a good job here
  • pretty quick and easy to to set the focus mode and focus area
  • Camera sensors are very good at recording dark shadow detail suitable for
  • build quality; ergonomic finesse and robustness
  • bright; saturated and remarkably detailed
  • very good and extremely consistent
  • Z6 brings good news for videographers
  • proven to be more responsive and versatile in most shooting conditions
  • Nikon Z6 is fairly well thought out
  • The lens selection for the new lens mount is also impressive
  • 12bit pro res raw sounds great
  • reach an enthusiastic audience of students; enthusiasts and professional videographers and filmmakers
  • feature-rich and affordable
  • quite fantastic and definitely above other cameras priced similarly
  • lens looks great and offers a nine-blade iris
  • Nikon sets the Z6 up as a great value
  • Image quality is fantastic
  • smaller and more capable camera
  • a good level of detail and attractive colours
  • comfortable and easy to use
  • overall build quality feels very robust and well-made
  • strength and durability
  • it to feel comfortable and secure
  • Z6 performed very well
  • is comfortable to hold and feels very secure thanks
  • It performs better in low light with a 204
  • 800 ISO
  • -body stabilization is solid enough to compensate for five steps of shutter speed
  • The integrated package is very well done
  • excellent build quality
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • a great camera too
  • solid and well-built
  • fast and interesting answer
  • better high ISO DR and better controlled noise systems
  • improved feature set
  • All pictures are perfect with Nikon
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • top High ISO performance is excellent
  • Flash exposures are very good
  • Colors usually look good under any sort of mixed artificial light
  • best prices; service; return policies and selection
  • It works expertly with native Z lenses
  • the lens should be quite capable of good shots
  • bright and sharp for easy framing and focusing
  • all three have very good color responses
  • very good color and a wide dynamic range
  • Z 6 provides excellent latitude for boosting shadow brightness
  • one-handed power changes are easy
  • The rental companies I recommend below are excellent to work with
  • highly refined and they perform remarkably well
  • The grip is especially comfortable and the controls are very adequate
  • ruggedly-built; full-featured camera that
  • faster ISO speeds and those through ISO 800 appear very clean
  • It looks great and works similarly
  • feature is very nice and much easier than manually doing the same
  • image quality of this LCD is excellent and it easily wipes clean
  • quick and accurate in normal light levels and lighting conditions
  • rugged; lightweight; high-performance option
  • fast and precise
  • nice accurate color rendition on a sunny day
  • accurate exposures; pleasing color rendition; and clean shadow and highlight detail
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  • the durable construction of the new Nikon Z6
  • speed; versatility; image quality and features
  • the ergonomics are great
  • responsive and accurate
  • faster and a better overall value
  • plenty sharp and detailed
  • great F-mount lenses are still great
  • Color; contrast; clarity; dynamic range
  • whole system simple and easy to use
  • compact; light; quiet; quick
  • Great Blue Herron; lithe and majestic
  • good lens and produces pleasing images
  • best low-light video performance cameras ever made
  • Ergonomically; it feels good to hold
  • compact and robust yet features lots; quiet and reliable autofocus
  • smaller; lighter and deliver higher overall performance
  • noise remains very low and fine detail remains clean and crisp
  • sharpness across the frame and deliver consistent; pleasing bokeh
  • well-controlled noise and balanced noise reduction processing
  • comfortable to hold and feels very well-built
  • Automatic white balance Automatic white balance shows very good and consistent results
  • Automatic white balance is good enough
  • Electronic viewfinder is easy on the eye
  • responsive and very efficient
  • good connectivity with both WiFi and Bluetooth
  • The automatic white balance is good enough in Z 6 video
  • the models perform equally well
  • high-contrast and perfectly distortion-free
  • autofocus works just as well for video as for photography
  • autofocus in S-AF is very precise and fast
  • Continuous autofocus works well on the Z6
  • much smaller; lighter and more portable package
  • Nikon Z6 is a very nice camera to work with
  • It is comfortable to hold
  • camera's fast and precise hybrid AF system is also
  • s RAW files are very; very versatile
  • Sony are both doing a better job
  • strength and durability
  • battery life is positively fantastic
  • It blinks slowly while charging and goes solid when done
  • Colors usually look good under any sort of artificial light
  • Complete Images High ISO performance is typically excellent
  • Flash exposures are very good
  • It works expertly with native Z lenses
  • super sharp; small and compact
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  • Flat Picture profile is easy to work with in post
  • improved feature set
  • It feels great in hands; looks great
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • high-quality; hand-held video painless
  • great that Sony can work quite well with Canon glass
  • solid and well-built
  • better build; better weather sealing ; better ergonomics; better user interface and
  • it does a pretty good job
  • Z 7 is a superb camera
  • the images look good at normal viewing and printing sizes
  • the image quality is excellent
  • saves having to dip into the main menu and seems more logical
  • user interface is excellent
  • makes the camera more intuitive and fast to use
  • it feels very nicely balanced with both
  • Nikon has done a great job with the touch-control
  • fast and accurate focus tracking there
  • shooting indoor sports AF-S performance is snappy and accurate in good light
  • it works great
  • quieter; smoother; and more video-capable
  • excellent dynamic range
  • balanced; compact form-factor
  • excellent combination of DSLR and mirrorless ergonomics
  • images are; of course; left clean and neutral
  • reach an enthusiastic audience of students; enthusiasts and professional videographers and filmmakers
  • The grip feels nice
  • fast; accurate; and reliable
  • Images look great when zoomed and the images themselves look great downloaded
  • Works instantly and is almost always in perfect focus
  • All these systems are excellent
  • Everything feels great with thin gloves
  • Excellent AF and easy to control
  • easily and fast
  • Super sharp; great dynamic range and fantastic at the highest ISOs; full-frame AF
  • It is comfortable to hold and is just large enough to fit well in the hand
  • comfortably built; easy to use; fast and responsive
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  • Nikon Z7 is also a superb choice
  • quite compact and light for its class
  • capable; efficient and full-featured
  • IBIS system works well and is an excellent inclusion
  • Video quality is very good in low light
  • Skin tones generally had good warmth and detail was very good
  • Details are excellent; edges are sharp; and colours really pop
  • Nikon Z7 has a deep grip which feels very comfortable
  • The interface is very good
  • Touch input also works in the menus; which
  • good dynamic range; strong colours; and sharp focus
  • Objects in focus were very sharp and the lens produced a very pleasing bokeh
  • Nikon Z7 has a good selection of ports
  • high-ISO performance; fast burst shooting and
  • lighter; quieter and more portable
  • Z 7 provides excellent latitude for boosting shadow brightness
  • feature is very nice and much easier than manually doing the same
  • The grip is especially comfortable and the controls are very adequate
  • image quality of this LCD is excellent and it easily wipes clean
  • faster ISO speeds and those through ISO 400 appear very clean
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  • They work well and are positioned for easy thumb access
  • ruggedly-built; full-featured camera that
  • It looks great and works similarly
  • highly refined and they perform remarkably well
  • overall build quality feels very robust and well-made
  • comfortable and easy to use
  • The first two new lenses are also excellent performers
  • excellent image quality; great videos; lovely handling and
  • fast and accurate
  • very capable Z mount adapter is also great news for professionals and
  • offers a good grip and is easy to operate with one hand too
  • very solid build quality
  • extremely well-rounded camera that takes beautiful
  • color; highlight and shadow detail preservation is terrific
  • The body design is pretty typical of the category
  • The touchscreen looks great and is easy to use
  • Z7 is a great offering from a solid brand
  • this camera is wonderful for photographers
  • Z7 is a great full-frame mirrorless camera
  • Great build and ergonomics Sharp images at lower ISOs
  • look sharp and crisp with nice details
  • fast and quiet and its wide frame coverage makes
  • autofocus system is especially impressive; robust; forward-looking format
  • enough grip to make it easy to handle with a bigger lens
  • The details in the highlight area are well preserved
  • the app has improved and images are transferred rather quickly and without hassle
  • sharpness and the translucency of the feathers are done very well here
  • color noise is quite well handled
  • makes it easy to distinguish between them by touch
  • Video quality was generally very good
  • dynamic range to be really quite excellent
  • image quality is superb
  • The focusing was always swift and accurate The AF joystick on
  • making it really versatile for all manner of photographers
  • Focus tracking seems pretty good too
  • bright and sharp for easy framing and focusing
  • the lens should be quite capable of good shots
  • Nikon Z generally handles well
  • wide-area AF is good for sports and wildlife
  • better light transmission and better image quality overall
  • good improvements introduced to the new lenses though
  • sharp; colours are well balanced
  • The camera feels extremely well-built
  • photos look very nice
  • It also has a nice big grip on it
  • build quality of the camera also feels robust
  • relatively simple to use
  • Z7 produces images of absolutely superlative quality
  • performance is excellent
  • the monitor and tilting mechanism feel solid and robust
  • wide; fast; and sharp lenses
  • image quality in video mode is consistently good at both low and high ISO
  • Texture loss Texture reproduction is very good
  • Autofocus is very quick in both bright light and low light
  • dynamic range was particularly solid
  • Texture reproduction is also very good
  • automatic white balance shows excellent and consistent results
  • the lenses proved quite sharp
  • sharpening is moderate and consistent
  • highest image quality and best overall shooting experience available
  • Dual Pixel autofocus is generally excellent
  • The automatic white balance at both high and low ISO performs fairly well
  • the Z7's AF system was speedy enough
Cons
  • wouldn't carry your camera in a cotton sock
  • Flat picture profile might not have 12 stops of dynamic range
  • horribly slow and clunky
  • Nikon does not seal its boxes in any way
  • rolling shutter is prevalent
  • worst they have seen in any camera
  • Auto White balance can be very problematic and often required setting it manually
  • No flip screen for filming yourself
  • Autofocus also failed in backlit scenarios
  • The new Z mount is noticeably larger
  • lack of features like focus peaking; poor autofocus performance
  • no pixel binning or line skipping
  • the eye sensor was a bit inconsistent
  • You cannot charge the older ones in-camera
  • only a single memory card slot on the right of both cameras
  • they are quite expensive
  • this model will only begin shipping around November
  • LCD only tilts up and down and cannot be flipped all the way around
  • it has a slower burst rate of 9fps
  • display swung out rather than tilted
  • Noise visible at lower-than-expected ISOs
  • lack of identical results is within the expected margin of error
  • visual noise would be barely visible in a large print
  • you can only use one of the two at a time
  • They are not used for registering image information
  • The screen does not turn
  • The AF system is therefore somewhat less extensive
  • built-in image stabilization
  • absence is not a deal-breaker
  • not earth-shattering in 2019
  • this sentiment is entirely subjective and unscientific
  • eye-detection AF or the somewhat restricted articulated rear screen
  • lag when changing from EVF to screen and back again
  • lack of focal points
  • smothered in textured rubber around the front and backplate
  • Some will find this a tad annoying
  • Looks like Nikon might be king again
  • in-body image stabilisation
  • the joystick is a little slow and laborious
  • Sony is certainly hard to ignore
  • fairly clunky SnapBridge image transfer system
  • autofocus and burst shooting speed
  • Nikon only quotes a 310-shot battery life for the camera
  • needn't be a single moving part in a camera
  • soft rubberised texture surrounding the grip
  • the camera does not feature eye-detection
  • their glass doesnt work on the new adapter
  • XQD format is still relatively expensive
  • It might not be the top choice for sports photographers
  • lack of twin memory card slots for on-the-go backup
  • slow motion available if you switch to 1080p
  • Nikon has a very limited set of proprietary lenses for the Z mount
  • Nikon Z6 is just a little bit expensive for you right
  • silent autofocus and reduced focus
  • Every camera has flaws and weaknesses
  • Pinpoint AF is painfully slow
  • the rear touchscreen left much to be desired
  • Nikon has put on their cameras
  • no quality loss at that higher frame rate
  • shaky
  • the focus motors are noticeably louder and have a different sound
  • Sony only captures 8-bit internally or externally
  • The camera body is not the smallest in class
  • this 19 second movie is 126Mb in size
  • this 20 second movie is 321Mb in size
  • this 18 second movie is 281Mb in size
  • this 26 second movie is 408Mb in size
  • large commercial prints
  • XQD slot only Only a few Z-mount lenses
  • there is only one slot available
  • A camera spends not just time on a tripod
  • bright sunlight and struggled to check your focus on the display
  • The new lens juts out about twice as much
  • Nikon does come up short with battery life and media card slots
  • sadly lacks the twin slot capabilities of the A7
  • more expensive and slower sibling
  • the media door being used as a thumb grip
  • First the processor is way too slow
  • exposure is locked
  • The lenses are comparatively small
  • The images are horrendous
  • not well color coded as everything always highlights in the same yellow
  • Nikon DSLRs Front and rear dials are harder and less grippy
  • Autofocus Tracking Tracking is slow
  • No need for the rear LCD or top OLED
  • Left-side connectors have soft plastic covers
  • It is bulkier but not necessary a handful
  • Nikon has decided to get users to twist the lens barrel
  • lack of an additional memory card slot to create two copies of a shot
  • it has not hit a home run
  • lack of a vertical grip is also a deal breaker
  • cameras focused painfully slow and this is not one of those cameras
  • noise reduction is disabled
  • noise is becoming slightly perceptible in smooth colored areas of the frame
  • rather featureless aside from the memory card slot door
  • loss of the buttons to the left of the LCD
  • the attenuator and wind noise filter
  • slow-motion settings
  • No anti-aliasing filter is used
  • exposure locked on the first frame
  • Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera
  • suffers from far too much fringing
  • no need to switch
  • Swerving around a corner
  • will undoubtedly get better with firmware updates
  • images will look bland as ever even with good white balancing techniques
  • Nikon really need the magnifying glass buttons
  • Nikon DSLRs Front and rear dials are harder and less grippy
  • Left-side connectors have soft plastic covers
  • Nikon provides no switch on the lens
  • Autofocus Tracking Tracking is slow
  • not well color coded
  • this model will only begin shipping around November
  • LCD only tilts up and down and cannot be flipped all the way around
  • they are quite expensive
  • only a single memory card slot on the right of both cameras
  • it has a slower burst rate of 9fps
  • high speed focus bracketing
  • clumsy AF system
  • lack of lens adapters
  • Not the same features for a smaller price
  • Sony is still lacking in a few areas
  • it homes in on a smaller target
  • Handling Nikon is not new to camera design
  • shine too brightly in dark conditions
  • you cannot record video to an internal card
  • neglected the physical controls because of the touch control
  • work the other way around
  • often massive auto white balance and exposure errors
  • The palm tree is blowing all over in the wind
  • double-edged pendulum has swung too far away from still photography performance
  • either camera when shooting it in the real world
  • the image is equally unusable
  • slow and noisy to too-fast and silent
  • Nikon has NOT promised third-party lens compatibility
  • There is only the back upper dial
  • and has nowhere as convoluted a menu system
  • there is no back lower dial
  • the focusing point on the screen is very small and sometimes hard to see due
  • Color RGB histogram only available later on playback
  • Nikon could have found a way to blow Sony out of the water in all areas
  • Only works in some modes and only in certain conditions
  • sloppy level display and iffy auto brightness control
  • No lock on A7 III
  • No ability to save or share the total camera state
  • slight decrease in sharpness compared to the newest glass
  • slow or inaccurate the virtues of the camera are severely limited
  • isn't quite as easy as the likes of Leica
  • USB-C to Lightning cable does not work by itself to transfer images
  • the LCD is taking up more real estate
  • Battery life suffers for backward compatibility Nikon
  • sensor-shift image stabilization seemed inconsistent
  • Nikon does not seal its boxes in any way
  • No Interval Recording
  • limited list of lenses means most will only consider the adapter and non-native lenses
  • N-Log is only offered when capturing out the HDMI
  • not great
  • slows to 4 fps for 43 seconds or 200 frames
  • the lens does not easily move
  • Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera
  • it becomes a rather large and heavy device
  • Nikon Z mirrorless system is not a simple or inexpensive proposition
  • distractingly crunchy image noise and pixel smearing
  • Z7 does not have an optical low pass filter
  • no auto brightness control for the LCD
  • sensor lacks an optical low-pass filter
  • no built-in flash strobe
  • Multi-Power Battery Pack has no controls for portrait-oriented shooting
  • it has no controls for improved portrait-oriented shooting
  • Nikon Z7 only has a single card slot
  • starts losing steam and drops to 2-3fps
  • 600 detail is noticeably weaker and the image appears a little soft
  • Dynamic-area AF was very unreliable in keeping our moving subjects
  • Nikon Z7 has only a single slot on the right for an XQD card
  • Z 7 drops slightly in dynamic range below ISO 200
  • some of the detail in bright clouds could be lost
  • eye-detection do not work in subject-tracking mode
  • the camera to revert back to its initial focus point
  • mount does not have an autofocus screw drive
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  • cameras focused painfully slow and this is not one of those cameras
  • rather featureless aside from the memory card slot door
  • noise reduction is disabled
  • noise is becoming slightly perceptible in smooth colored areas of the frame
  • loss of the buttons to the left of the LCD
  • this 19 second movie is 303Mb in size
  • this 22 second movie is 132Mb in size
  • this 18 second movie is 278Mb in size
  • no optical low pass filter
  • in very low light can sometimes take a little longer to acquire focus
  • offers a large viewfinder
  • lack the feedback that allows for a soft press to trigger the shutter
  • you cannot use this mode to transfer the videos shot on the camera
  • it does not offer video as a mode
  • housed behind an almost comically large spring-loaded door
  • quite frustrating for your camera to come up short
  • digital cameras are famously bad
  • any features that will make video-focused buyers change camera platforms
  • Nikon will shave $100 off the price
  • the buffer only handles about 23 to 25 shots
  • it only has a single card slot
  • the Z series can only get better from here
  • Inconsistent low light performance Moving focus point with joystick can be slow
  • Z7 only has one card slot for XQD cards
  • Nikon was never known for video in their cameras
  • Noise starts to become noticeable at 1600 ISO
  • Z7 is not going to win any beauty awards
  • Noise artefacts are discernible only at ISO 3
  • 200 and above
  • the Z7 has only one memory card slot
  • there is significant detail loss
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  • EVF seems less prone to lag and smearing than others
  • have hit the ground running
  • the focusing can be a bit frustrating to achieve in very low light situations
  • puzzling to just have a single XQD card slot
  • mirrorless cameras are not just for amateurs
  • autofocus function may not work for all the old lenses
  • lens open for the camera to be operational and that takes seconds away
  • No motion blur is visible
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  • noise became more noticeable and shadowed areas began to block up
  • No anti-aliasing filter is used
  • Softening was obvious at the Hi 2 setting
  • the N-log profile is only available for recording to an external device via
  • a noticeable colour shift from ISO 25600 on
  • perhaps only having one card slot and the average battery
  • unreliability and flimsiness of an SD card
  • There is only one card slot
  • Aftershock stays ahead of the custom PC curve
  • Nikon has decided to get users to twist the lens barrel
  • lack of a vertical grip is also a deal breaker
  • it has not hit a home run
  • It is bulkier but not necessary a handful
  • lack of an additional memory card slot to create two copies of a shot
  • low light scenes or when you need a blurred background for portraits
  • lack of a flip-out screen as it is tougher to shoot yourself
  • new mirrorless camera only has a single memory card slot
  • Nikon has focused a little too much on making the cameras small
  • The adapter is not fully compatible with the lens
  • Nikon is not currently sharing specs for the Z Mount system
  • Nikon was notoriously late to the game on the video front
  • Z7 only has one memory card slot
  • mistaken and they did have two cards in the store
  • not all wine and roses on the hardware side
  • Vibration Reduction is located inside the camera
  • built-in image stabilisation
  • lens designers have long known they could product better optics
  • have set the company back and buried product lines
  • lacks in-body image stabilisation
  • single card slot and slightly limited battery life
  • lack of a second card slot
  • price you pay is a heavier and larger body and no silent shutter option
  • Z7 is not really designed as a sports and action camera
  • mirrorless camera also lacks in-body image stabilization
  • their small batteries as well as their singular slot for the memory card
  • soft rubberised texture surrounding the grip
  • the camera does not feature eye-detection
  • can only track the [i]closest[/
  • is no conventional dof preview button
  • reel-to-reel tape and tube valves
  • lens intruding in the lower right
  • 4 lenses for my Canon DSLR right now
  • shutter lag
  • The shutter lag was just a fraction of a second
  • Careers Studio Equipment Guide Medium Format Video
  • Noise occurs primarily in the darker portion of the middle tones
  • noise scores would be 0
  • Color reproduction is not bad in video
  • are actually only 18 real film holders in this picture
  • inaction has many photographers feeling a bit cloudy
  • are slower focusers than most mainstream full-frame cameras
  • Sony to print a little bit bigger
  • mirrorless body entries have been disappointing to serious photographers
  • There's only one card slot; for a start
  • Z7's control layout is not the same as on Nikon's pro DSLRs

Often compared with Nikon Z6

Often compared with Nikon Z7