Nikon Z 7II Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

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Construction

Display | Resolution
2.1M dots
Display | Type
3.2 in Tilting TFT, Touch
Image Size
Full-frame, 35.9 x 23.9 mm
Lens Mount
Z-mount
Viewfinder | Resolution
3.69M dots
Viewfinder | Type
OLED, 0.5", 0.8x, 100% coverage

Dimensions

Size | Depth
69.5 mm (2.8 in)
Size | Height
100.5 mm (4 in)
Size | Width
134 mm (5.3 in)
Weight
615 g (21.7 oz)

Function

Autofocus
493 AF points
Flash Sync Speed
1/200 s
Image Stabilization
5-axis
ISO Range
64 - 25,600
Operating Temperature
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Ports
USB, HDMI, Headphone, Hotshoe
Processor
Dual EXPEED 6 image processor
Sensor | Resolution
45.7 MP, 8256 x 5504
Touch Screen
Yes
Video Recording
4K 60p, FHD 120p
Wireless Connectivity
WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2

Performance

Battery Life
390 shots (EVF) - 470 shots (LCD) / 115 min (EVF) - 120 min (LCD)
Max Burst Rate
10 fps
Shutter Speed
1/8000 - 30 s
Storage
1x SD (UHS-II) + 1x CFexpress (Type B) / XQD

Production

Availability
2020-12
Battery
EN-EL15c
Debut
2020-10-14

Product Description

Nikon Z 7II is the company's 2nd-gen flagship mirrorless camera. Launched together with the Z 6II, the Z 7II also features dual EXPEED 6 image processors for improved autofocus and video performance.
The calling-card of the Z 7II is the 45.7MP backside-illuminated (BSI) sensor with a native ISO of 64. It delivers intense detail and clarity and offers photographers the freedom to shoot at wide apertures in bright light or in-studio with minimal noise.
Thanks to the dual processors and 4x the buffer size of the original Z7, the Z 7II is able to deliver a burst rate of up to 10 fps with autofocus (AF) & auto exposure (AE) tracking in 12-bit compressed RAW (requires CFexpress card).
The Z 6II and Z 7II are also the first Nikon cameras to support Eye-Detection AF and Animal-Detection AF with video recording, enabling continuous focus on the eyes of humans, dogs, and cats.

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