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Product 34307

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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

    Great Camera

    Posted by Jesse Wilbur on January 7, 2024

    Amazing camera. The best camera I've ever owned... well, until last week I bought the Z8. That one takes the cake. I still love the Z 6ii though.

  • 4

    Nice compact

    Posted by Guest Guest on January 1, 2024

    Nice compact. Great colors. Bring touchpad eye touch point

  • 5

    Overheats during 4K Video with 60 FPS

    Posted by LEIF PETERSON on December 27, 2023

    Lessons learned about the Z6ii over the last few weeks - mostly for video.-manual ISO only works in photo and not video. To adjust brightness for videos use the Exposure Compensation button. -The camera overheats in 4K video with 60 frames per second (fps). You have to switch down to 24 fps and it won't overheat. Overall, it's a great camera, and I can't wait to get some other lenses.

  • 5

    Outstanding Performance.

    Posted by Michael Surles on December 24, 2023

    I made the leap from DSLR after lots of research and lm glad I did. The clincher for me is that I can use my AF-S type lenses with the FTZ-2 adapter. Outstanding!!

  • 5

    Love this so far!

    Posted by Matt Matt on December 19, 2023

    First foray into full-frame mirrorless moving up from D500 (previously D5100 my first Nikon!). Still learning some different button locations and adapting to the smaller size from the D500 but learning curve is simplified due to Nikon’s fairly consistent menu system. I’m shooting with all my DX lenses with the FTZii adapter and have been very impressed so far. Can’t wait to get my Z full-frame lenses to realize the full potential of this camera.

  • 5

    Outstanding Mirrorless camera for the money

    Posted by DEWEY HAMBLIN on December 10, 2023

    I’ve used both the D850 and D750 extensively. They are good but the Z6 ii is better. It’s phenomenal in low light. The ability to customize the menu is outstanding. Coupled with the Z 70-200 2.8 S lens you get the sharpest photos and spot on color balance!

  • 5

    Still learning but very impressed

    Posted by ADAM LUBINSKI on December 9, 2023

    I have been wanting to try mirrorless photography for some time and just couldn't pass up the deal on the refurbished 6II. I am still learning about all the features available in this camera, but, so far, am very impressed. It is so nice to be able to make adjustments to the settings without taking my eye away from the EVF. I really like that the image in the EVF and monitor are always live view instead of having to flip a switch to get to live view. The IBIS is great for low light conditions for lenses without VR capability. And, as with all Nikon cameras, the image quality is incredible. I am looking forward to many adventures with this camera.

  • 5

    Old new User

    Posted by Montgomery Bonner on December 2, 2023

    Ok, been out of photography for about 10 years. So, this is a vast step up from D200 previous. So far, best camera I have ever owned. Some concerns however, just how strong is the lens mount? YES, with FTZ adapter, hold onto lens instead of camera. New mindset for that, although love the way my Nikkor AF-S 70-200G F/2.8 (F-type Mount) lens works on this camera. My old AF-S 28-70 F/2.8 lens has bad focus motor-unrepairable so had to buy Z-24-120 F-4-S lens. it's great. Still learning all the ins and outs on camera. Purchased from B and H, just best place to buy stuff. Low light inside is good. Switching between auto and A modes. Have not tried video, since that is NOT reason I got this. One day might know enough to be competent. Great Starting Out camera-high enough up line to give great performance, but down enough not to break bank if not professional. Should, based on past quality last me for years.

  • 5

    Game changer

    Posted by Chris Hinton on November 14, 2023

    I’ve been waiting for a long time to make this purchase and finally had the opportunity to make the upgrade. It’s amazing how the quality of shot improves. I love the feel and user friendliness. Game changer