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Do it all with this versatile full frame mirrorless hybrid that excels in speed, image quality and video performance. Everything a hybrid still and video mirrorless camera is meant to be. High-speed shooting with the buffer capacity to match. 4K Ultra HD video at 60p. 273-point Hybrid AF system with more options. Outstanding low-light capabilities. Dual processors. Dual card slots. Wireless connectivity with smartphones and laptops. Tons of creative features and that’s just the beginning.
Join the next generation of Z mirrorless and get ready to capture stunning images and video with the 24.5 MP Z 6II and NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S zoom lens. The lens features a constant f/4 maximum aperture and is designed to be shot wide-open with smooth, quiet focusing. This versatile lens is ideal for capturing wide views, close-ups and everything in between.
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  • 5

    A very good purchase.

    Posted by Richard Overmyer on June 9, 2022

    This is a nice camera and I enjoyed taking pictures. So much more that I will ever use but the picture quality is superb. Would defiantly buy it again. I now use my D7100 as a backup from time to time. I also have the adapter for lenses and use it when needed. Since most of my lenses our DX-format.

  • 1

    No spare parts in hyderabad and India

    Posted by Mahesh Yadav on May 2, 2022

    Worest service nikon India no spare parts please don't purchase

  • 4

    Can't save release mode.

    Posted by Nathan Hadsall on March 17, 2022

    Love the camera, but very frustrating you can't save the release mode. I have to reset it every time I turn the camera on.

  • 5

    An amazing all around tool for any photographer. Now it's for the owner to create his vision.

    Posted by Nikos Bountos on March 14, 2022

    I am working on a project shot at almost dark conditions, Starlight, the moon or an occasional lamp in the middle of nowhere is most of the times all the light I have. I purchased the Z6 II with the Z 50mm 1.8 S, since my Fuji X100F created more noise that I was able to accept. Preferred to go with the Z6, since the project is in low light, so a larger sensor could give me more noise and I did not want to take the risk. For the price the quality of the camera and the photos it produces is unsurpassed. The sensor handles darkness amazingly well with great colors. Took me a while to learn exposure times and ISO combo that match my taste but once you know what you are doing this camera is amazing. The sensor sees in the dark really !!! Most photos are shot in f 1.8 and still the amount of detail is amazing. Autofocus is spot on. In pitch black it may hunt a bit but if you point in a bit of contrast it locks on. In daylight focus is excellent. I am not shooting moving subjects often but when shooting my kids focus is spot on fast. The Z 50mm 1.8 S is an amazing lens. Gathers light amazingly in low light situations and the photos are filled with details. Buy it without a second thought. Z6 II is an amazing tool, that allows any photographer to create it's vision. It's up to the photographer now.

  • 5

    Great compact camera with excellent image quality

    Posted by Roger Kocken on February 12, 2022

    After my D750 and I accidently went swimming, I needed a new camera. I picked the Z6ii over the D780 mainly based on physic size of the camera. I wanted a smaller camera to take travelling. Paired with the S 40-70mm F4.0 the combo the color, detail and low light performance are excellent. The RAW photos contain very high dynamic range and abundant details can be pulled out of the shadows. The electronic viewfinder takes some time to get use to; it is great for low light where the viewfinder is brighter than what you see with the naked eye. The autofocus is quick and more accurate than previous Nikon DSLR's that I have used. The only down side is in "point mode" the focus box outlines are thin and at times hard to see, an option to make the lines thicker would be a great firmware update. The image stabilization works very well and I only rarely have a blurry photo. With the FTZ adaptor I have used my old Nikon 50mm F1.4 D. Although you lose autofocus with this lens you gain image stabilization: manually focusing the lens is easy the viewfinder focus box turns red to green. On the downside for the Z6ii: as mentioned options on the line thickness for the focus box would be nice, a printed user manual should be included in the original box. Also the number of lens is still rather limited and Nikon needs to make a compact lens a fast ~50 mm lens for example. The current Nikon S 50 mm F1.8 lens is probably great optically but is too large (mostly to long) for me.I have used the video on the camera a few times and it is easy to use and takes good video, however I don't feel qualified to say much more on the video.

  • 3

    Nikon Z6 II and FTZ II

    Posted by Vinh Hoang on January 6, 2022

    It is good for S lens and old afs lens that use the FTZ2 adapter. For for any other lens like ai, ais or rangefinder lens there is no focus indicator or focus assist () beside focus peaking. For ai/ais lens there is no aperture display in view finder or screen. The only way to know what the aperture is you have to look at the lens itself. I bought this to take advantage of the IBIS and that work well, but very disappointed with the FTZ II and adapter and the manual focus on old lenses.

  • 4

    Coupled with 24-200 = perfect travel cam

    Posted by Gerald Ciganko on July 5, 2021

    I have been a Nikon user for 25yr now. I sold my Z6 and got the Z6II.Good decision. Everything seems just little quicker and more DSLR like (was used to D500 and D850). The focus modes were improved along with frame rate and buffer capacity making it more like my D500 (except for fast moving subjects). The sharpness of the 24-200/Z6II is better than any similar priced lens on my DSLRs. If you get a Z get the Z lenses! Expect to spend some time learning the Z, especially if you are coming from a DSLR. It is not the same! Set it up right and you will like it!

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    Posted by Charles Hildick-Smith on June 3, 2021

    it's not clear that you don't get RAW out the box

  • 5

    Z6ii and MB-N11 review

    Posted by THOMAS HENN on May 15, 2021

    I've been a Nikon user since the early 70's back when the EL was the camera to use. There have been many generation upgrades over the years and the last two were the D850 and D4s. Since going to the Z6II, the setting options are many, so I took the time to educate myself to this camera including adding the MB-N11 to this camera. It was a great choice. With the new firmware upgrade for the eye detection, it is spot on for portrait work. I'm blown away by how sharp the images are at f2.8. I love my D4s for the fast action sports work and can't wait to try the Z6ii out with MB-N11. The dual batteries give me the confidence to shoot as much and as long as I need too. The plugin to charge the MB-N11 makes it so you don't have to pull the batteries at the end of the day. It was truly worth the investment as a pro.