Nikon releases two cameras the Nikon Z 7 and Nikon Z6

Nikon Middle East FZE is pleased to announce the release of the full-frame, Nikon FX format mirrorless cameras Nikon Z 7 and Nikon Z 6, as well as NIKKOR Z lenses, featuring a new, larger-diameter mount.

The Z mount system is comprised of mirrorless cameras featuring a new, larger diameter mount, as well as compatible NIKKOR lenses and accessories. At the heart of the new Z mount system is the new, larger-diameter mount, which unlocks further possibilities of lens design, increasing greater capabilities in optical performance. The Z mount system will offer a variety of high-performance lenses, including the fastest lens in Nikon history, with f/0.95. Additionally, the new mount adapter will enable compatibility with NIKKOR F mount lenses, adding to the variety of choices for photographers.

Meanwhile, the Z 7 and Z 6 are equipped with a new backside illumination full-frame, Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor with built-in focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels, and the latest image-processing engine, EXPEED 6. The Z 7 has 45.7 effective megapixels, and supports a standard sensitivity range of ISO 64–25600. In combination with NIKKOR Z lenses, the camera achieves an outstanding level of sharpness and detail, all the way to the edges of the image.

The Z 6 is an all-purpose FXformat camera with an effective pixel count of 24.5 megapixels, and supports the wide range of ISO 100–51200 standard sensitivities. With superior performance at high sensitivities and full-frame 4K UHD movie recording with full pixel readout, the Z 6 responds to a variety of needs, such as shooting in dimly lit environments, and movie recording. The primary features of the Z 7 and Z 6 include a new backside illumination Nikon FXformat CMOS sensor with built-in focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels. A hybrid AF system with focus points covering approximately 90% of the imaging area.

Additionally, a new EXPEED 6 image-processing engine for sharp and clear imaging, and new functions that support creative imaging expression, and an electronic viewfinder that utilizes Nikon’s superior optical and image-processing technologies to offer a clear and natural view. Moreover, the cameras are equipped with movie functions such as 10-bit N-Log that enables wide dynamic range, and timecoding that respond to professional needs as well as Nikon’s first in camera vibration reduction with approx. 5.0-stop effectiveness. Moreover, the MB-N10 Multi-Power Battery Pack that is currently in development will hold two EN-EL15b rechargeable Li-ion batteries, effectively increasing the number of shots possible and/or movie recording time by approximately 1.8×.