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  1. QUICK LINKS Review: Full Nikon Z 7 Review Gear Database: Nikon Z 7 Recommended Deals: Nikon Z 7 Best Deals Files: Brochure | User Manual | Firmware Tags: Nikon Z 7 | Z 7 | Nikon Z7 | Z7 QUICK NIKON Z 7 INFO Effective Pixels: 45.7MP Sensor Size: 35.9 × 23.9mm Maximum Image Resolution: 8,256 × 5,504px Maximum Video Resolution: 3840 × 2160 @ 30p ISO: 64-25,600 Dynamic Range: 14 stops Color Depth: 14 bit Lens Mount: Nikon Z Card Slots: 1× XQD Card Battery Type: EN-EL15b Weight: 585g / 1.49lb Warranty: 1 Year List Price: US $3,400 | UK £3,450 | DE €- Current Price: Nikon Z 7 Deals & Prices
  2. The waiting is over and all the questions have finally found their answers. Today we had the premieres of two of the most awaited cameras of the last years - Nikons Z 6 and Z 7. The cameras' bodies look almost the same and both have been sealed against dust and splashes. Both have two knobs and the buttons have been positioned in the same places. Two function buttons are near the grip and we also have the AF joystick and the PASM knob. The cameras have only one memory card slot (XQD). 1). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S The brand's fans may be a little disappointed by the lack of the mode dial, the dedicated measurement mode control button, the AF switching lever and the serial mode switch. But it doesn't mean that the producer has deprived us of control over these functions since we get three user modes and the function buttons with a possibility of modification. The cameras' menu will not be a novelty for the brand's fans since it is the same solution that we've known from top Nikon reflex cameras, together with a handy panel. 2). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S Nikons Z 6 and Z 7 are equipped with an electronic OLED viewfinder with the resolution of 3,690,000 points on which we can display the pop-up menu. The zoom ratio is 0.8×. The viewfinder's eyepiece is covered with the fluorine coating. If we're talking about displays – both new Nikons have two more. The back rotating 3.2'' touch LCD screen has the resolution of 2,100,000 pixels. In the upper panel we will find one more auxiliary screen. 3). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S Real differences can be found inside the new cameras. The BSI CMOS sensors, with which the “Z” Nikons have been equipped, have the resolutions of, respectively, 24.5 and 45.7MP and 5-axis vibration stabilization system with the effectiveness of 5EV. The sensors are supported by the latest EXPEED 6 processor. The sensitivity ranges are respectively: ISO 100 - 51200 (can be extended to ISO 50 - 204800) and ISO 64 - 25600 (can be extended to ISO 32 - 102400). The speed of photographing of the cameras is 12f/s and 9f/s – these are results for the photographs saved in 12-bit RAW. The autofocus of Nikons Z 6 and Z 7 has contrast and phase detection and it is based on 493 or 273 points which cover 90% of the frame vertically and horizontally. The AF is also supposed to be fully functional while recording films. Both devices register videos in 4K (3840 × 2160) with the speed of 30f/s. In FHD, this value will increase to 120f/s. Nikon Z 6 offers full-frame saving with the readout of all pixels, thanks to which the “smaller” of the cameras described today should prove useful in low light conditions. 4). Nikon Z 7 + Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4 S Even while recording in 4K we will be supported by the electronic vibration reduction and we will be able to save the image in the “flat” image Nikon N-Long profile. The 10-bit signal will be sent from Nikon to external devices with the use of the HDMI cable. The 10 - bit videos can be also saved on the memory card but only in Full HD. The focus peaking function and a possibility of handling time codes are also worth mentioning. Equipping the cameras with headphone and microphone connectors will certainly attract vloggers. 5). Nikon Z 7 VR The electronic shutter of the cameras is silent and the 8K time-lapse films will be recorded only with the use of Z7. There are also options of sharpening in the image control settings as well as the Wi-Fi module for communication with smartphones and for transferring files to the computer. Z 6 and Z 7 are compatible with the existing Nikon accessories, such as the WT-7 wireless transmitter which provides radio control of the lighting systems and enables transferring files to the computer in a faster way. Soon we can expect a dedicated MB-N10 battery grip due to which the working time of the cameras will increase by 1.8x and which we will be able to charge with the use of USB. The most controversial novelty of the new “Z” Nikon system is the mounting of lenses. It is significantly bigger than the one in the existing full-frame cameras and it has the diameter of 55mm. Many new lens constructions should follow the new mounts. For instance, the brightest lens in the brand's history, with the aperture of f/0.95, was announced today. With the use of the FTZ adapter we will be able to use the F system lenses in new Nikon cameras which should result in worsening the effectiveness of image stabilization. 6). Nikon Z 7 + FTZ Adapter Nikon Z 7 will appear on sale in September and it will cost $3,399 for the body only. In a set with the 24-70mm f/4 lens, the price will amount to $3,999. Z 6 will appear on sale in November and it will cost $1,995 for the body only or $2,599 in a set with the lens. You can preorder Z 7 here and Z 6 here, as also can find full specification of new Nikons Z 7 and Z 6 in our database. Together with the cameras, the lenses in the new standard, namely Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/4 S, Nikkor Z 35mm f/1.8 S and Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.8 S, also had their premieres.
  3. MICHAEL GABLER

    Nikon Z 7

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Links Quick Info Description Photos of the Camera Video Review Comparison with Similar Cameras Full Technical Specification Image Samples Video Sample Full Review Discussion Forum Recommended Deals QUICK LINKS Review: Full Nikon Z 7 Review Discussion: Nikon Z 7 Discussion Recommended Deals: Nikon Z 7 Best Deals Files: Brochure | User Manual | Firmware Tags: Nikon Z 7 | Z 7 | Nikon Z7 | Z7 QUICK NIKON Z 7 INFO Effective Pixels: 45.7MP Sensor Size: 35.9 × 23.9mm Maximum Image Resolution: 8,256 × 5,504px Maximum Video Resolution: 3840 × 2160 @ 30p ISO: 64-25,600 Dynamic Range: 14 stops Color Depth: 14 bit Lens Mount: Nikon Z Card Slots: 1× XQD Card Battery Type: EN-EL15b Weight: 585g / 1.49lb Warranty: 1 Year List Price: US $3,400 | UK £3,399 | DE €3,359 Current Price: Nikon Z 7 Deals & Prices DESCRIPTION Nikon Z 7 and Nikon Z 6 are two cameras which start a new chapter in the company’s history. These are the first full-frame mirrorless cameras of the producer and they are additionally equipped with a much bigger lens mount - Z-Mount. The Z 7 model has been created to ensure the best possible results in low light. If the camera was not equipped with only one memory card, it would be perfect for reporting and wedding photography. Nikon Z 7 is equipped with the 45.7MP BSI CMOS sensor and the 5-axis vibration stabilization system (with the estimated effectiveness of 5 EV). The sensor is supported by the latest-generation EXPEED 6 processor which enables work within the ISO range of 100-25,600 and photographing with the maximum speed of 9f/s. Besides that, we also get the hybrid (contrast-detection and phase-detection) AF system based on 273 points, which covers 90% of the frame vertically and horizontally and which is going to be fully useful also while recording films. When it comes to the film mode, Z 7 enables recording films in 4K UHD (3840 × 2160 pixels) with the speed of 30f/s, in the full-frame mode. In the case of Full HD films, the highest available speed is 120f/s, which will be surely appreciated by slow-motion fans. What’s more, even while recording in 4K, we get the electronic vibration reduction support and the camera enables saving images in the “flat” Nikon N-log profile as well as issuing 10-bit signal to external recorders with the use of HDMI. The camera will surely not disappoint when it comes to the preview since the device is equipped with the electronic OLED viewfinder with the resolution of 3.690.000 points and the 0.8x zoom. In addition, the eyepiece is covered with the fluorine coating, which will facilitate keeping it clean. We also shouldn’t forget about an auxiliary LCD screen placed on the upper panel. The camera’s body has been sealed against dust and splashes. It has two control knobs and the AF joystick on the back panel as well as the PASM knob. Unfortunately, there is only one memory card slot (XQD). Unluckily, we will not find the dedicated measurement mode control button, the AF switching lever and the serial mode switch. Still, it’s worth noticing that we get three user modes and function buttons, which, after configuration, should ensure convenient camera control. The producer has also made sure that the handling of the camera should not cause any problems to the existing Nikon users. The camera has the menu taken from top reflex cameras, together with a handy panel which will enable the regulation of the most important photography parameters. PHOTOS OF NIKON Z 7 NIKON Z 7 VIDEO REVIEW COMPARISON WITH SIMILAR CAMERAS COMING SOON FULL NIKON Z 7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FULL NIKON Z 7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION TYPE OF CAMERA & OPTICS Camera Type Rangefinder-Style Mirrorless Lens Mount Type Nikon Z mount Lens Type Z mount NIKKOR lenses F mount NIKKOR lenses with mount adapter; restrictions may apply IMAGE SENSOR Sensor Type CMOS Crop Factor 1× Sensor Size Full Frame 35.9 × 23.9mm Low-Pass Filter No Effective Pixels 45.7MP Total Sensor Pixels 46.89MP Sensor Pixel Size 4.35μm Sensor Dynamic Range 14 stops Image Ratio 1:1 5:4 3:2 16:9 Maximum Resolution 8,256 × 5,504px Other Resolutions FX-format (L) 8,256 × 5,504px (M) 6,192 × 4,128px (S) 4,128 × 2,752px DX-format (L) 5,408 × 3,600px (M) 4,048 × 2,696px (S) 2,704 × 1,800px 5:4 (30 x 24) (L) 6,880 × 5,504px (M) 5,152 × 4,120px (S) 3,440 × 2,752px 1:1 (24 x 24) (L) 5,504 × 5,504px (M) 4,128 × 4,128px (S) 2,752 × 2,752px 16:9 (24 x 24) (L) 8,256 × 4,640px (M) 6,192 × 3,480px (S) 4,128 × 2,320px Photographs taken during movie recording at a frame size of 3,840 × 2,160: 3,840 × 2,160px Photographs taken during movie recording at other frame sizes: 1,920 × 1,080: 1,920 × 1,080px Image Stabilization Yes 5-Axis Sensor-Shift Pixel Shift Technology No Dust Reduction System Image Dust Off reference data (requires Capture NX-D); image sensor cleaning PROCESSOR Processor Expeed 6 EXPOSURE Exposure Metering System TTL metering using camera image sensor Metering Methods Matrix metering Center-weighted metering: Weight of 75% given to 12 mm circle in center of frame; weighting can instead be based on average of entire frame Spot metering: Meters 4 mm circle (about 1.5% of frame) centered on selected focus point Highlight-weighted metering Exposure Modes Auto Programmed auto with flexible program (P) Shutter-priority auto (S) Aperture-priority auto (A) Manual (M) User settings (U1, U2, U3) Exposure Bracketing Yes SENSITIVITY Native ISO Sensitivity 64 - 25,600 Lowest ISO 32 Highest ISO 102,400 WHITE BALANCE White Balance Presets Auto (3 types) Choose color temperature (2,500 K–10,000 K) Cloudy Direct sunlight Flash Fluorescent (7 types) Incandescent Natural light auto Preset manual (up to 6 values can be stored), all with fine-tuning Shade White Balance Bracketing Yes FILE SYSTEM Uncompressed Formats RAW Other Formats JPEG FOCUS Autofocus Hybrid Phase-Detection/Contrast AF with AF assist Manual Focus Yes Number of Autofocus Points 493 (single-point AF) Autofocus Sensitivity -4 to +20 EV (ISO 100, 20°C/68°F) Autofocus Modes Pinpoint Single-point Dynamic-area AF Wide-area AF (S) Wide-area AF (L) Auto-area AF Pinpoint and Dynamic-area AF available in photo mode only Focus Peaking Yes Autofocus Stacking Yes Autofocus Fine Tune Yes Eye Autofocus No SHUTTER Shutter Type Electronically-controlled vertical-travel focal-plane mechanical shutter; Electronic front-curtain shutter; Electronic shutter Slowest Shutter Speed 30sec Fastest Shutter Speed 1/8000sec Fastest Electronic Shutter Speed 1/8000sec Bulb Shutter Mode Yes Shutter Release Modes Single frame Low-speed continuous High-speed continuous High-speed continuous (extended) Self-timer Top Shooting Speed 9 frames per second Buffer Size Large/Fine JPEG: 26 Frames 14-bit RAW: 19 Frames Silent Shutter Yes Shutter Life Expectancy 200,000 Self-Timer 2, 5, 10, 20sec.; 1-9 exposures at intervals of 0.5, 1, 2, or 3 sec. Timer duration electronically controlled VIEWFINDER Viewfinder Type 1.27-cm/0.5-in. approx. 3690k-dot (Quad VGA) OLED with color balance and auto and 11-level manual brightness controls Viewfinder Resolution 3,690,000 Viewfinder Coverage Approx. 100% horizontal 100% vertical Viewfinder Magnification Approx. 0.8× (50 mm lens at infinity, -1.0 m -1) SCREEN Articulated LCD Yes Tilting Screen Type TFT LCD Screen Size 3.2″ Screen Dots 2,100,000 Touch Screen Yes FLASH Built-In Flash No Accessory Shoe ISO 518 hot-shoe with sync and data contacts and safety lock Flash Bracketing Yes Flash Modes Front-curtain sync Slow sync Rear-curtain sync Red-eye reduction Red-eye reduction with slow sync Slow rear-curtain sync Off Flash Sync Speed Up to: X=1/200 sec.; Synchronizes with shutter at 1/200 sec. or slower; Auto FP High-Speed sync supported Dedicated Flash System No VIDEO FEATURES Video Resolutions 4K UHD 3,840 × 2,160 / 30 fps 4K UHD 3,840 × 2,160 / 25 fps 4K UHD 3,840 × 2,160 / 24 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 120 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 100 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 60 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 50 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 30 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 25 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 / 24 fps Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 slow-mo / 30 fps x4 Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 slow-mo / 25 fps x4 Full HD 1,920 × 1,080 slow-mo / 24 fps x5 Actual frame rates for 120p, 100p, 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, and 24p are 119.88, 100, 59.94, 50, 29.97, 25, and 23.976 fps respectively Quality selection available at all sizes except 3,840 × 2,160, 1,920 × 1,080 120p/100p, and 1,920 × 1,080 slow-mo, when quality is fixed at high Movie File Formats MOV MP4 Video Compression H.264/MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding Maximum Recording Time 29min 59sec Time Code Yes Drop Frame Movie Log Gamma Output Yes N-Log with View Assist (HDMI output only) Movie Highlight Display (Zebras) Yes Audio Format Linear PCM AAC Time-Lapse Recording Yes Up to 4K UHD; Silent mode option STORAGE Storage Types XQD Memory Cards Card Slots 1× CONNECTIVITY USB Yes USB: Type C connector (SuperSpeed USB) HDMI Yes HDMI: Type C HDMI connector Microphone Port Yes Headphone Port Yes Wi-Fi Functionality Yes Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g/n/a/ac Bluetooth Yes NFC No Remote Control Yes (via MC-DC2 or smartphone) GPS Yes Via the SnapBridge app MENU Total Settings 38 Supported Languages Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Marathi, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal and Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese POWER Battery Type EN-EL15b Battery Life 310 shots (CIPA) Movies: Approx. 85 min. of movie recording Battery Charger MH-25A AC Adapter EH-7P Charging AC Adapter EH-5c/EH-5b AC adapter (requires EP-5B power connector, available separately) Internal Charging Supported Yes Vertical Battery Grip Coming Soon PHYSICAL FEATURES Body Material Magnesium Weather Sealed Yes Operating Environment 0 – 40 °C 32 – 104 °F 85% or Less Humidity Dimensions (W × H × D) 134 × 101 × 68mm 5.28 × 3.98 × 2.68″ Weight 675g 1.49lb WARRANTY Warranty 1 - Year USA PRICE MSRP US $3,400 | UK £3,399 | DE €3,359 NIKON Z 7 IMAGE SAMPLES Nikon + Nikkor Z 24-70mm + f/4 S + 1/200s + f/5.6 + ISO 100 Nikon Z7 + Nikkor Z 35mm + f/1.8 S + 1/80 sec + f/1.8 + ISO 100 Nikon Z7 + Nikkor Z + 24-70mm + f/4 S + 1/160 sec + f/6.3 + ISO 100 NIKON Z 7 VIDEO SAMPLE FULL NIKON Z 7 REVIEW COMING SOON NIKON Z 7 DISCUSSION FORUM RECOMMENDED DEALS
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