Nikon has introduced the new mirrorless cameras Z 6 and Z 7
Nikon has launched two new mirrorless full-frame cameras, the Z6 and Z7 new NIKKOR Z lenses.
Not only are they the first mirrorless cameras of the Japanese camera manufacturer, but they are also the first to use the Z-mount
This is a new, larger-diameter version that Nikon believes has greater lens potential will open up design and capabilities in optical performance. So with these new Nikon's being released soon, here are five key things you need to know about the cameras.
Launch Lenses, Adapters, and Future Lenses
The new Nikon Z-mount has a colossal 55 mm inner diameter and a 1
From the market launch, two lenses and an adapter will be available, with which glass from other camera brands and lens manufacturers can be used with the cameras.
The "Kit" lens used to buy the camera is the NIKKOR 24-70mm f4 Zoom.
A 24-7mm lens is a good all-rounder that most photographers should find in their camera bag.
The camera is the first with Nikon Z-mount
However, it may be difficult to achieve amazing bokeh in low light, and a constant aperture will at least keep you at least maintaining the same setting when zooming in and out of video
The other lens available at launch is a 35mm f1.8 wide-angle lens
The 1.8mm lens should be a good road and landscape photography and the low aperture is allowed It is a relatively wide lens, but it should not sometimes be able to phase out a lot around the edges like a 10mm or a 18mm.
Nikon also says the image is still sharp peripherals, even when it's set to the largest aperture.
The camera marriage He also says that his new multi-focusing system provides quiet, fast and accurate AF control, as well as high imaging performance every time the focus is removed.
The NIKKOR Z 58MM f / 0.95 S Noct will be released in 2019 on the Market
There is also a 50mm f / 1.8 lens, which will be available in November Similar to the 35mm, it should be fast and produce some really sharp images.
Even though While these are probably solid lenses, it's not exactly the most inspiring or versatile series to launch and assemble a new camera.
Nikon has welcomed this with the introduction of the FTZ adapter, the "full-size" lens Compatibility with other Nikon lenses and other brand lenses.
This means that lenses should handle autofocus and even with auto-exposure correctly.
Nikon will also release more Z-mark lenses in the next two years.
Bring mount lenses to the market.
So far, it has yielded nine specific lenses that will be released after launching the cameras.
- NIKKOR Z 58mm f / 0.95s Noct
- 20mm f1.8mm
- 85mm f / 1.8mm
- 85mm f / 1.8mm
- 24-70mm f2.8mm
- 70-200mm f / 2.8mm
- 14-30mm f / 4
- 50mm f1.2
- 24mm f1.8mm
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The camera has a small OLED Screen on top to allow settings to be reviewed quickly
It is worth noting the names of the lenses after the NIKKOR Z 58MM f / 0.95 S Noct are subject to change.
The NIKKOR The Z 58MM is also one of the most exciting new lenses the company will bring to market and will take full advantage of this new mount.
It has an incredibly low f / 0.95 aperture, making it the fastest NIKKO R lens should make
The lens will also be an absolute bokeh beast, because the immensely low aperture leaves so much light in the camera.
It should allow you to achieve a really sharp focus and separation between the subject and the background.
Nikon says that the 58mm will be positioned at the top of the S-Line area.
The Z7 will launch in September while the Z6 will be released in November
Flagship without Mirror Nikon introduces the Z7 with a price reflecting that.
To buy the body only , you have to spend £ 3 399 in the UK The total package costs £ 4,099
The Z 6 prices are well below the Z7 price, the body costs £ 2,099
The adapter will cost you £ 100 while the lens bumps the package by £ 600.
You need to pay £ 2,799 to buy the camera, lens, and adapter.
The memory card slot
The new Z 7 mirrorless camera will be launched at the end of September together with the 24-70mm lens and the FTZ adapter.
The 35mm Prime lens will also be released at the end of September, the 50mm lens will not be released until the end of November.
If you decide to buy the Z 6 Camera, you will also wait until the end of November before you can choose one.
Both cameras share the same DNA. Both include a CMOS sensor for the backlight and the Z-mount with 55 millimeters width and 16mm flange distance.
Both also use a hybrid autofocus system with focus points that cover about 90 percent of the screen area should provide fast, accurate and precise focusing.
However, the Z7 has a whopping 493 focus points, while the Z6 has 273 focus points that allow wide coverage of both cameras.
Nikon 50mm f / 1.8 lens
They also share the same electronic viewfinder, which consists of an OLED panel with 3,690,000 pixels and will, according to the company, have no delay and accurate colors.
One 8.0-cm 3.2 Inch, 2.100k-dot touch-sensitive LCD monitor with tilt mechanism also in both cameras The touch screen function allows quick and easy setting changes of the Nikon interface, which were adopted by other Nikon cameras
A little OLED screen was also in the Both cameras are also weatherproof bodies with "the same strength and durability" as the D850, so they can survive when it starts to rain or whom It gets dusty.
The Z 7 and Z 6 support recording of Nr t Only 4K UHD (3840 × 2160) / 30p full-frame movies in FX-based movie format, but also Full HD / 120p movies
The Z7 also features 9 fps high-speed shooting models while the Z6 offers 12 fps and both cameras have Wi-Fi capabilities and Bluetooth for fast transfers.
Z 7 is the top model in the current range and benefits from 45.7MP and 64-25600 ISO range, which should provide super detailed pictures and support in low light.
The Z 6 comes with 24.5 MP and an ISO range of 100-51200.
Nikon lens 35mm f / 1.8
Nikon NIKKOR 24-70mm f4 Zoom
Batteries and Battery Life
Both use the same EN-EL15 batteries that you can take 330 shots with, according to official figures. The Z7 and 310 with the Z6
At the London launch event, Nikon found that it had one Even so, it's still faded compared to the possibly 1,840-shot battery life of the monstrous D850.
Batteries can be charged with a separate charger or with a USB-C cable .