Nikon Z6
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  • Great for beginners
  • Lightweight and easy to use
  • Excellent image quality
  • Good battery life
  • No viewfinder

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Fantastic Entry to Full-frame Mirrorless from Nikon
I'm a long-time Nikon user, going back to film camera days. I've eagerly awaited Nikon's first full-frame mirrorless cameras, and the new Z6 exceeds my expectations. First, this is truly a Nikon. Build quality if outstanding, and the look and feel is 100% Nikon. If you've used a Nikon DSLR, you'l be...
5/5
J. C. M.
4 years ago
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Amateur Photographer Lovin' the Z6
I'm a beginner photography enthusiast, and was wanting to get my first full frame camera, and boy, I feel like I hit the market at both a great time, but almost overwhelming time with the choices. A few months earlier and my only FF mirrorless choice would have been the Sony, but with the Nikon out,...
5/5
Tony R
4 years ago
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DPReview TV: Nikon Z6 Review
So you're gon na, like the photos that you get out of this camera as well, I do have to say on the Zed 6. The price point here puts it in a place where a lot of people would look at this as an entry-level full-frame and that's an exciting market.
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The latest tech from the very best
My first hobbyist camera was the Nikon FE. Since then I have jumped in on only the historic improvements. This is THE latest. I love the feel of the camera and the quality of the pictures. It is sort of old school in that it’s full frame digital but in the more classic understated body size of the F...
5/5
uncas
4 years ago
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Do not buy tis design flaw..
Do not buy this piece of crap. As a Pro shooting Nikon for 30 years I had nothing but problems with this camera. The sensor is not protected an attracts dust non stop. I had connection problems of lens and camera and the monitore keeps dying. Nikon pretends to know nothing and does not honour warran...
1/5
Christian Heeb
3 years ago
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Nikon Z6 II Review
I think the answer is yes. I don't think a lot of z6 users are going to necessarily upgrade to this, but this really does give nikon that future-proofing going forward, because having the dual processors means that this camera is now capable of being updated in the future, with better firmware updates and staying Competitive against canon and sony - and i think that's critical to the success of this camera. I hope you guys agree or at least have more insight into what nikon's changed here
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Fantastic Camera !
I currently shoot several Nikon bodies so my expectations were high. ( D850, D500, D750) I actually really love this camera . I bought it for video and I have found myself shooting it for everything. No it does not track like the d500 ! However I have found that single shot focus is the very best mo...
5/5
Robert J Smith
4 years ago
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Pretty good so far
Pitched as a replacement for the D750; have one, no it's not. Focusing is way, way better than Fuji but not at D750 levels. IQ is really good, just like the D750. But white balance flips out often. Battery like stinks but that's mirrorless for ya. Great camera, adapter lets my dozen Nikkor lenses wo...
4/5
S. W.
4 years ago
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This camera is a game changer. It delivers professional results at a very reasonable price.
I switched to this camera from a Nikon D 3 and still have a Nikon D 810 as my backup. Never looked back. This camera is amazing. Unless you need razor sharp, large poster size images measured in feet and not inches, you don’t need to buy a Z 7. This Z 6, combined with quality Nikkor lenses, delivers...
5/5
Al Lijewski
4 years ago
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I am happy I made the move to full frame mirrorless with the Z6
I love my Z6. It replaced a Fuji X-T2 that I shot (stills, rarely video) primarily with the pro-level 16-55mm f2.8 when traveling. I'm not a pro, nor am I coming from another full frame camera. The pics from the Z6 are far superior to the X-T2...better dynamic range, less noise (especially in low li...
5/5
Andy C., Chicago
4 years ago
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Specs

Model Name

1598

Brand

Nikon

Form Factor

Mirrorless

Skill Level

Professional