Two years after debuting full-frame mirrorless, Nikon is performing an encore. The company is slated to launch the Z 7 II and Z 6 II cameras on October 14, a countdown teaser revealed today.
Both the Z 7 and Z 6 have some excellent features, starting with the sharpness that comes courtesy of Z-mount lenses and in-body stabilization. But, as first-generation models, the cameras have a few shortcomings. Much has happened in the two years since the brand first ventured into pro-level mirrorless cameras, including the debut of the entry-level Z 5, which offers features that even the pricier models do not.