Announced at the same time as its sibling, the Z6 II, the new Nikon Z7 II full-frame mirrorless camera is designed to be an evolution from the original Z7, rather than a dramatic overhaul.
Nikon says that it has listened to customer feedback from the first generation to bring a number of small, but significant, upgrades to its newest top-end model. The Z7 II, unlike the Z6 II, is aimed primarily at professional photographers, or high-end enthusiasts with a fairly big budget, as opposed to the more consumer-friendly Z6 II.
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