ePhotozine completed their in-depth Nikon Z6 review. They rated the Nikon’s full frame MILC 4.5 out of 5 stars. The camera delivers great image quality, with excellent noise performance.
The _Nikon Z6_ is the high-speed, low-light version of the Z7. The full-frame mirrorless camera aimed at enthusiasts, featuring 24 Megapixels, built-in stabilisation, 273 embedded AF points.
See the Nikon Z6 review details below.
From the ePhotozine verdict:
If you don’t need the 45mp of the Nikon Z7 and want the higher continuous shooting speed, as well as better noise performance, then the Nikon Z6 would be a great choice. Image quality is excellent, with great noise performance, and Nikon’s tried and tested colour reproduction.
It’s a shame the battery life isn’t better, and there will be people who will find one memory card slot an issue. There will also be those that prefer SD cards due to the wide support for them (for example, built-in card readers in laptops), but with the purchase of an XQD card reader, this is quite easily resolved.
Focus performance is very good, with a high success rate, thanks to on-sensor phase detection focus points, although the lack of eye detection focus will be disappointing to those who have used it and seen the benefits.
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