Instead, the company is relying on their lenses and their image quality to keep up. Absolutely no information is given about the Z7 II and Z6 II cameras aside from their respective names, which eschew Nikon’s usual ’S’ naming scheme for the more Canon-esque ‘Mark II’ versions. But the A7III is not the A9. Never mind S5 their new in the FF block. It's a niche (and pricey) product to be sure, but so far we find it to be well-designed and capable of outstanding results. No, you cited a specific lens, and cited something DSLRs don't do for AF. Okay, so I started with large format 8X10 product photography with Deardorff cameras and doing processing and printing for major NY clients. Could you please point out which of the items we are listening would show up as a major difference on the spec sheet? I may be old fashioned but image quality remains by far the most important aspect of a camera for me- the overall shooting experience of the Z6II feels nicer to me, I may be impacted by how used I am to the Nikon UI- AF is pretty much draw, the Canon is a bit better in some ways, the Nikon is better in others- when considering the systems, I far prefer the lens line-up of the Nikon. The difference between 24 and 20 MP is negligible. The Nikon Z6 II is set to go on sale in November 2020 and will be available in two configurations: body-only for an MSRP of $1,999.95 and a one-lens kit with the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm … 20thCentury: I don't think he knows how it works. this $1200 sony compact from 2019 has eye-switching capability: Vote now to have your say on which was best. Subject tracking (3D tracking in DSLR) is much improved on the Z 6II. To be clear, it's only really the Canon EOS R6 that pushes beyond what the Z6 II offers, and the R6 is a significantly more expensive camera, and one that – in some respects – struggles to deliver all it promises. LOL does the K1 has eye autofocus and 4k video with pdaf for video autofocus. Compared to one of the Z6 II’s closest rivals, the 20.1MP Canon EOS R6, the extra pixels here give you that bit more flexibility when it comes to framing and cropping, whereas the EOS R6 has a slight edge at higher sensitivities. The latest version of Adobe Lightroom adds native support for Apple M1-powered computers, as well as Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 Arm devices. I have no idea if a 85mm f/1.8 Z lens focuses faster on a Z6II than a 85mm f/1.8 F lens on a D850. We've delved into what's changed and improved in Nikon's Z6 II and Z7 II, and it's more than just the second card slots. There’s no question that the Z6 II is an improvement on the Z6, but unless you’re desperate for a second card slot or want to shoot faster bursts, it’s not worth upgrading. You are comparing 1st half year for Nikon over 2nd quarter to Sony.Just to ignore the fact that their turnover has fallen nearly as much. Imaging & Sensing Solution is for their Sensor business, so not right at all. So talking about "Wow" cameras just sounds like someone in a basement with abandonment issues. As we speak, my assessment is that overall I would select the Z system if I were to restart from scratch. I never saw any problem in my Z6 and Z7 files, so it was never a real issue anyway. The problem is in the eye of beholder... for me, A7III has no more problems than any camera, surely Z6, and in certain regards the Z6II, has more problem than A7III. It may not be, but right know I hear opinions but see no facts. Compare Studio Scene IQZ6 with Pentax k1 (ii). My understanding is that this is a free upgrade. Also glad to see the banding with exposure latitude is almost gone now compare to Z6. I just ordered the Z7II after trying the Z6II. You're the only one worried over what camera will "wow" someone. The addition of a second card slot will be a hugely welcomed change for some photographers. Please also check the big yellow blob on R6 ISO100 raw image. "Nikkor Z lenses get great reviews, but Canon RF lenses do too.". The SL2-S marks Leica's entry into the stills/video hybrid market. The Z50 is a very good APSC body, and the D500 is an extraordinary stills camera. I look at the still life test shot and all the comparable cameras look like each other. The Z6 Mark II comes with the latest EN-EL15c battery. $1,646.90. Looks good vs the others. Canon R6 vs Nikon Z6 II. 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It seems opportunic at best. As you can see, D500 is 2 years older than Z6. @Mariano Pacifico, Sony just got embarrassed by Canon and Nikon's first gen IBIS. The mostly-still photography mobile app intends to expand its video offering by integrating the features of Trash, a mobile video app that makes editing easier. The Nikon Z6 II is able to shoot up to 14 FPS vs 12 FPS on the Z6, but this is a small change compared to the buffer, which has increased significantly. Canon's EVF isn't as good as Nikon's even if the pixel count is the same. I'm not saying he's wrong, just that his incredibly tiresome. The full-frame 24.5MP BSI sensor in the Z6 II delivers excellent levels of detail. Camera tight R&D budget let own proprietary processor outdated.. @20thCentury:So according to your funny world only Nikon fans would have permission to say anything about Nikon products?DPR would be very boring and nobody would learn anything, but I guess you prefer it that way!Thank you for your attempt to explain to me how the world works.I promise I will try to get my envy and jealousy under control :-). The Canon EOS Rebel T8i (also known as the EOS 850D or Kiss X10i in some markets) is a 24MP DSLR aimed at first-time DSLR buyers and enthusiasts. Nikon listened to complaints about this, and on the Z6 II it’s managed to squeeze in a second UHS-II SD card slot to accompany the XQD/CFexpress slot. There are plenty of other reviews online from reliable sources in which the AF improvements are evident. Our Exposure Latitude test emphasizes how little noise the camera's sensor and electronics are adding. There is no evidence he has even used the Z6ii. Most visible on the Z7 as I am told by youtube, More than enough for anyone who calls himself a professional. It's 20% higher-capacity version of the 15b that came with the previous model. It's partly because Canon think that making them a bit more expensive hypes customers into thinking they are better. This higher rate footage will come from an APS-C crop of the sensor, and will only be available for internal capture. I agree here....doubling the processing power should have more of an impact....maybe it will with future FW releases. 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Why develop own RAW format (since RAW format not profitable)? 'worldaccordingtojim' should read 'worldinhabitedonlybyjim'......, The R6 is a very nice camera, but for stills:- the Z6II has both a higher resolution and more DR. R6 and ZII should be embarrassed being compared to 3 years older Sony A73. My D300, D800 and my 80-400 needed repairs and this expensive lens never really worked without excessive focus pumping. Like the Z6, the Z6 II can be purchased with the excellent Nikon 24-70mm f/4 S standard zoom for $2,600 / £2,549 / AU$4,399. However, thats the complete package that is becoming very attractive. Every competitor offers internal 10bit. The Nikon Z 6 pictured with the new Nikon Z 24-70mm f/4 S lens. The enormous unwieldy indiscreet Atomos and others for which we pay double again, AND the to be paid for updates that ought already to be present in-camera, PLUS the failure/refusal to supply in-body storage demanding expensive obsolescent cards (still!) Best ignored. A quick note on lenses to conclude – the 24-70mm f/4 is a solid choice that performs very well, but since its launch more than two years ago Nikon’s S-series lens range has expanded significantly, and includes some excellent f/1.8 primes and f/2.8 zooms. Where the nikons seem to still fall short is on performance when shooting fast, erratic action. Now over two years old, the Nikon Z6 has become one of our favorite mirrorless cameras. ISO higher than 6400 means a "shot in the dark"... why someone would take a pitch dark shot is beyond comprension. If you don't like automatic corrections you can always shoot raw... Is it? Taking that camera, which was already best in the world for an all around, and upgrading it, will be a good thing. The camera (on paper) seems to be improved a bit across the board. There are benefits when it comes to shooting too, with the extra slot providing options for simultaneous backup, overflow storage or recording JPEGs while the XQD/CFexpress slot takes care of raw files. is anyone else surprised by the color difference between the two cameras? The Z6 already had some impressive video credentials, and the Z6 II improves on these further. 10bit internal will be added absolutely to the upcoming higher positioned models. Can a single piece of gear define one's photographic style? Nikon D850 Is the best DSLR ever made for my taste.If I did not decide to go mirrorless It would still be my choice! But does that mean Sony gear is bad? In our latest buying guide we've selected some cameras that might be a bit older but still offer a lot of bang for the buck. Btw. :-). By adding them to wide area, you are able to narrow-down the region in which that camera hunts for faces, giving you a way of pre-selecting the face you wish to focus on. The above should tell you who'll sell more mirrorless and with higher revenues once Nikon are fully into the Z system with multiple models. If it is negligible, then it is still good news for Canon because it has 10% less linear resolution. Both the Canon R6 and the Z6 II are mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras that are equipped with a full frame sensor. One thing that compromised the Z6 was its single XQD card slot. Interesting finding. It looks like most people complaining about Nikon's AF on Z bodies have either never tested the product, or didn't take the time to understand how it's working. A Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens is on the horizon as revealed on Nikon’s lens roadmap for the Z-series. You quoted me saying so. Makes for 31.6% less income for Sony over the first half year.Not 10% as you want others to believe.... BTW there is no Q3 yet as fiscal years in Japan go from Aril 1st to March 31. I was hoping they shared the AA.But on Dpreview's studio comparison tool the R6 is as sharp or sharper than 1DXIII. "the Canon R6 is showing finer detail despite its lower pixel count" !!!!!!!!!!!! I was shooting a child running at high speed towards me this morning with the 120-300mm f2.8 on the Z6II using area eye focus. If cost is an issue, it's best to look at lenses, flashes etc, and see which is the most economical system overall. Good times! If you need to regularly print above A3 you might be swayed by the 45.7MP sensor in the Z7 II (or the D850), but the resolution on offer here should satisfy most shooters. If you can afford the extra scratch and you don't already have a lens investment - the R6 looks like a better option. Then perhaps instead of the A7III, you own an A7 or A7II, and think: "Well, the III was definitely an improvement, but I'll wait for something even better, especially given how good the EVFs in other full framed mirrorless cameras are", then the A7IV may very well be for you. In terms of hardware, the main difference is that the Mark II gains a second Expeed 6 processor, with most of the performance and feature improvements stemming from this additional processing power. But IQ is pretty much uniform across the board at base ISO. For a pro/hobbyst like me its just details.". And 2020 was no different, with several excellent fixed focal length options released. Also, for the moment if you want to shoot wildlife with a z6ii you are using f mount lenses with ftz...and the adapter slows down af performance noticeably. The Nikon Z6 II is the follow-up to the company’s first full-frame mirrorless camera, the Z6. Regarding AF, Sony is no slouch, and surely not behind Nikon system, if not it's ahead... Batis lenses are not the only ones that are good enough to choice a system instead of another. model numbers don't mean jack, it's the stacked sensor that counts for af. But I don't have the larger Fuji stuff, though it's awesome gear as well. bigger. And that's without using the slower low light AF mode, which extends a further two stops. Below you can see the front view size comparison of Nikon Z7 II and Nikon Z6 II. De deler den samme fremragende OLED-søkeren med 3,7 Mp oppløsning og 0,8 x forstørrrelse. Nikon says the autofocus performance has been incrementally improved over the original Z6, but the most notable feature change is the addition of face and eye detection (both human and animal) to the wide area AF mode. You’re looking to upgrade Please do not reproduce any of these images on a website or any newsletter / magazine without prior permission (see our copyright page). I didn't try it on super fast moving subjects, but on normally moving ones the results were good. They're always 2 steps ahead of the competition. At the same time. They're all excellent in various ways.Please stop being silly. A My Menu tab can be configured with either your preferred options or a list of your most recently used options. "the Canon R6 is showing finer detail despite its lower pixel count" - debatable in JPEG, certainly not in RAW. New software development kits (SDK) may not be the most buzzworthy announcements, but Sony's new camera automation SDK could be very interesting to product photographers. As I said it’s only your inability to look at things in an objective way that makes you feel that DPreview and us disagree. The Nikon Z6 II arrives just over two years since the Z6 launched, and Nikon has opted to keep the new camera’s design virtually identical to that of its predecessor. Pretty much every aspect of shooting experience is improved. But for the rest I think the new nikons are terrific. K1 trounces Z6 badly, in normal setting. Simply put, the Z6 II is one of the most pleasant mirrorless cameras to shoot with. This may not be an issue if you’ve already got some F-mount lenses you’re bringing over with your DSLR, but it could be a bit limiting if you’re new to the system. There are many other things I would consider first. Download F-Z6-V220M.dmg. Whoever made off with the Z6 also lifted my Nikon D750. When you have many competitors in a declining market, the worst you can do is a me-too strategy. Nikon Z6 II has a 25.0MP Full frame (35.9 x 23.9 mm ) sized BSI-CMOS sensor and features Dual Expeed 6 processor. Nope. But I'll wait for the first sale on them. What’s the best camera for around $2000? I've owned the sony a9 and the canon r6....both focus very quickly and stick tenaciously to their intended good if not better than my d850 and d500. I have Zeiss lenses for Arri sitting here that cost more than your car. I think part of the issue is that reviews are written by different people. Nikon took on board all the user feedback that came back from the 1st-Gen Z6 to produce this vastly improved Nikon Z6 II camera body. Negligible difference in IQ, yet in the UK the Canon costs £500 more... TCPTMY - Canons have always been priced higher than nearest-equivalent Nikons. In terms of video quality, the Z6 II is a match for its predecessor, with highlight detailed 4K footage but rather less impressive, rather moiré-prone 1080$(document).ready(function() { $("#icl-5264--536311894").click(function() { ImageComparisonWidgetLink(5264); }); }), at up to 120p. The Z6 is good, but not *as* good. The color science is as good as it gets. The lack of internal 10 bit video is a real shame, I've been with Nikon since I started photography (and now focusing on video), but finally switched to the a7S iii. However it is not real useful as a video camera out in the field. On the other hand, Canon R6 has a 20.0MP Full frame (36 x 24 mm ) sized CMOS sensor and features Digic X processor. Nikon Z6 II Digital Camera with 24-70mm f4 Lens. Stop making things up, read my posts.I compared the _latest quarter_, which is down 24% for Nikon, 16% for Canon and 9,5% for Sony. So what? My error. Shakespeare’s Hamlet comes to mind...”the lady doth protest too much, methinks”. The Z6 could only achieve an official figure of 310 shots (though it performs better in real-world scenarios), and the Z6 II gets an improved EN-EL15c battery that’s rated for 410 shots using the LCD and 340 with the viewfinder. After this CaptureOne will see the files and will be able to work with them. The Nikon Z6 II uses a new 24 megapixel Full-frame sensor as incorporates many of the features and improvements brought in the last years by competitors like Olympus, Fuji and Sony.These mirrorless improvements mainly focus on enhanced speed, with now on sensor phase detection AF points and an entirely new processor. If cost isn't an issue, the most important question to ask is which model offers the most enjoyable user experience, because as far as specs and performance is concerned, the differences between brands is now so miniscule as to be largely irrelevant. I now work in Hollywood with two features prepping for production. The subject herein is not at all which lens you prefer. While I do think Kona Mike is more joking, I do agree that often there's too much negativity. @Kona MikeI assume that English isn’t your mother language. It's a versatile camera that can support multiple photography styles. I will say that in practice I find the color out of the Nikon to be superior to Sony and the images to be sharper. This lets you compare its resolution capture and its low-light performance. Combining the best bits of a DSLR and a mirrorless camera (it uses some of the tech found in the Z6), the D780 is one of the best DSLRs you can buy, and an excellent partner for your F-mount lenses. I am comparing two FF cameras at a very similar price. The Canon R5 and R6 have noise reduction in RAW at low ISO but dpreview does not seemed bothered as it was by Pentax K-1 files. Although the spec of the Z6 II's viewfinder isn't particularly stellar by 2020 standards, the camera does at least use it to its full potential (there are rival cameras with high dot-count finders that then drive the screen at lower resolutions). Whatever you buy, you can't go wrong with any system these days. "Canon R6 is showing finer detail despite its lower pixel count"Interesting. Besides it marks the finalization of their dual CPU platform that will most probably be leveraged in all future higher end mirrorless bodies. The camera was officially announced on August 23, 2018, to be released in November. The Nikon Z 6 can output a 12-bit RAW video stream to an external recorder such as the Atomos Ninja V.³ ⁴ The video stream is recorded as ProRes RAW,⁵ giving you maximum flexibility when grading, and extended detail in bright and dark areas. Red too. But the Z6 is a fantastic and versatile little camera with exceptionally clear images. @Knock Knock Who is There: my hat is off to you! The D500 approach was fantastic; I never found it difficult to make the camera do what I wanted. The variants of Wide Area AF with human and animal face/eye AF have been added to the list of AF modes accessible from the 'i' quick menu, meaning you don't have to separately engage those functions.

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