The Nikon Z6 is a mirrorless camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 24.3 megapixels manufactured from 2018. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 204800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 12 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1602 €;
97 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10
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Pros:Ergonomics, high ISO hold, battery, dynamic range, Z optical quality, viewfinder, snap bridge, ftz adapter
Cons:To evaluate autofocus
Opinion:I have owned the car for a few days, but the first impression is great. From the few tests I have done it seems to me that the files are excellent, with very wide dynamic range and excellent hold at high ISO, it seems to me definitely superior even to the D750 from which I come. Excellent ergonomics, the transition from a previous Nikon reflex is totally painless; The touch interface is also extremely intuitive and immediate. The construction is great. The crosshairs don't make me regret the slit. The Z optics I bought in kit (24-70 f4 and 14-30 f4) are exceptionally compact and performing, a dream to be lightened with such high quality material. The only reservation is on continuous autofocus, which I have not yet been able to test properly. Very pleased with the switch to mirrorless, despite the many doubts I had.
Pros:Robust, Excellent Grip, Dynamic Range, High Iso Yield, Gust, Setting Speed, Battery Life to Be an ML, Button Customization.
Cons:Less fast than a reflex in moving the focus points, a single XQD.
Opinion:I come from a D7200, but I had the opportunity to work very often with a D750. I have to say that although the first month I was desperate and wanted to change it, in the second month I got used to everything and I would not go back. The machine is sturdy, has a beautiful grip to be an ML, better than many other competitors and a viewfinder that is spectacular. The battery life is great, I had a wedding and each battery took home about 750 shots. It has a very high dynamic range and even at high Iso behaves very well, I made shots at 5000 iso that are still extremely sharp. The XQD is very expensive, but I must say that the burst practically does not buffer and even the pc import is immediate. Improved wi-fi management for shooting and importing live photos. I use this machine with a tamron 24-70 G2 and adapter, but also optics like the 35mm Z; I have to say that the z optics are slightly better for sharpness all over the frame, but the adapter is very robust and does not scare me like the initial idea; if you don't have z-optics as in my beginnings with this machine, you don't mind, it's glued to the machine and has no minimal games! The only downside of the adapter is the two cm of ledge. Too bad for one XQD, but it doesn't scare me too much after hearing them in my hand. The joistick for moving the focus points could be a little more responsive, I hope of the next firmware release, because then with all the automations of AF that you can set, I do not find any difficulty, except with the recognition of the face with optics wide-angle, though predictable. I'd say as Nikon's entry into mL... Great even if they put us!!!!
Pros:Aesthetics, handling and lightness in a body that really give sense of solidity, high iso hold, objective compatibility, nikon menu.
Opinion:I own the Z6 from November 2018, alongside my D750, and I have to say that I feel absolutely fine. I don't do birdlife or even sports so for me the autofocus is exceptional both in broad daylight and at night, very fast. No problem for the handle with an absolutely good ergonomics. The 24-70 f4 kit zoom is fantastic and crisp. You can change the on-camera shooting settings while framing the scene. Fantastic sight especially in poor light. The XQD cards are true that they are expensive but on the other hand they are very reliable and anyway we talk about a short compatibility with the CFExpress standard. I find the white balance very sensitive in the sense that to get the real colors if it is cloudy you have to set the WB to cloudy, if the subject is in shadow WB on shadow and so on, with the D750 WB positioned in "natural car light" and in any situation the colors n on are altered, all this only with regard to getting a jpg immediately usable, I always photograph in raw-jpg and therefore the problem for me is overcome. As for the battery life (unfortunately the electronics consume it quickly) while using the only sight I so far I have not managed to make more than 300/350 shots, I am not a professional and so for me this is not a problem, if I'm on vacation all I'm going to charge you the night. For me the Z6 is absolutely great.
Pros:Workable files, good white balance in the car, excellent high iso yield. Ergonomics, menu and classic Nikon feel then almost zero adaptation time coming from reflex of the same house.
Cons:Inconsistency AF in afc and tracking, false positives in afs, face detetct equally inconstant. single slot.
Opinion:my term of comparison is the d750 that I have been using for 3 years with extreme satisfaction. I bought this summer the z6 taking advantage of the cashback, the curiosity to try it was a lot. Well, if on the one hand we have a very good sensor that returns beautiful colors and good rows even at high iso (better even than the d750 both as a holding of the dynamic range and in terms of noise of chroma and luminance) on the other side we have a machine absolutely unreliable for work use due to AF. my use is mainly reportage (both in ambient light and with the help of flash) and I have to say that several times I found myself having to store it (in the evening and in soft light situations) and to continue the work with the d750. Many times when in afs returned green square confirmation had actually focused behind or forward (and we know well that with ML and native lenses is not allowed front/back focus, so it is just false positive). With d750, and in afc, I have the certainty to always take home the shot and if the machine gives me the confirmation of the fire I am sure that that area is in focus x really (relative error of F/b focus aside). I paired it with its 24-70 f2.8 s, so it certainly wasn't the lens matched the problem. I will definitely resell it in favor of a d850 and keep the 24-70s (great zoom, very sharp) waiting for an ML product finally mature. The path taken by Nikon is definitely the right one (remember everyone that Sony took several generations between aps-c and ff before producing really reliable machines?). However, the Af must be consistent, precise and far more than the current one (-2ev declared). 24/10/19 update: the machine (in case of poor light and in afs) never prefers the assist light of the sled flash mounted on it but always uses only the green side lin (which with the use of zoom or large fixed is really ineffective). It is precisely the ML that deliberately excludes the assist light because having fire technology other than that reflex would not have any benefit with that type of red lamp. You have to wait for them to produce a dedicated flash with assist lamp dedicated to ML.
Pros:Sensor, high iso seal, viewfinder, AF precision in AFS
Cons:AF for dynamic photos inconstant - bad ergonomics with long optics
Opinion:I come from nikon d750 with sigma 24-105 f4, sigma 70-200 f2.8 OS and sigma 150-600 contemporary and fuji xe3. Since I was comfortable with the mirrorless I decided to sell fuji, d750 and sigma 24-105. I took in their place a z6 with its 24-70 f4 and adapter. Positive adpet File quality, made high iso, Af very fast with the 24-70 and precise , excellent viewfinder, good ergonomics with the 24-70 F4. Great stabilizer Of the double slot little i cared. On the D750 the second slot I always used only as an extra memory. As soon as one finished, the car saved the photos on the other. It's all good with long optics. Negatives: Bad ergonomics with long optics (ok, the battery grip will come out but it does not have the vertical button, and this we could imagine since below there are no contacts – patience you knew right away that the contacts below are not there) Af for dynamic photo. A world yet to be discovered. I often take photos in motorsport and struggle to follow the subject. He catches fire, holds it, sometimes loses it, then takes it back. Surely I'm going to miss the settings. As I wrote it's all to study and find out. Or maybe with long native optics will be a whole other aspect (although I guess they will cost a tombola)
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