Published Dec 12, 2020
The Nikon Z6 II looks a lot like its predecessor, but Nikon has made some significant updates to its current midrange full-frame interchangeable lens camera. These include more processing power, a bigger buffer, faster shooting and better low-light autofocus performance.
Oh, yeah – and dual card slots!
Chris and Jordan have been shooting with the Z6 II for a little while up in the frozen wastes of Alberta. Watch their video review to find out how they got on.
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Nikon Z6 II sample gallery (DPRTV)
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