Nikon Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras The Nikon Z7 & Nikon Z6

I’ve been anxiously awaiting for news on Nikon’s new full frame mirrorless cameras!  I love the idea of mirrorless – less moving parts to wear out, but because the view you seen in the viewfinder is now on a tiny LCD display, I wonder how “responsive” it is for fast action photography?

Time will tell.  But at the price points for both of these models, I want to know for sure before taking the plunge…

Nikon’s launching not one, but two full-frame mirrorless camera bodies this fall. Much like the D850 vs D750 hierarchy (or the Sony A7R III vs A7 III), the 45.7-megapixel Nikon Z7 will be a pricier, higher-resolution camera, while the 24.5-megapixel Nikon Z6 will be more affordable, a little bit faster, and (possibly) better for video.

Visually speaking, the only way to tell a Nikon Z7 from a Nikon Z6 is to look for the small badge on the front of each camera. Further, most features, capabilities, button layouts, menus, build-quality, and dimensions are all the same (both weigh about one half-pound less than a D850, while shaving off nearly an inch of depth and a half-inch of width). But there are a few key differences…

Full Article: Nikon Full-Frame Mirrorless Part 1: Everything You Need to Know About The Nikon Z7 & Nikon Z6 – Steve’s Digicams