Nikon are slowly building up the lens collection for their Z series of cameras, but with so few on the market they need to make sure that each and every release hits it out of the ballpark, especially when there is a back catalog of lenses that can easily be adapted to the Z6 and the Z7.
Nikon Europe just published this 15-second video that provides a preview of the Eye-Detection AF functionality that’s coming to the Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras. This was the 14-second teaser that was shared when the firmware update was originally announced back in January 2019: Nikon says the new firmware update will be released on May […]
Having just been out on the market for a few months, the Canon EOS R and the Nikon Z6 and Z7 don't have a whole lot of third party, native mount lens support. That changed a little bit today though as Meike just announced that they have released a 50mm f1.
When we look back at 2018 in the future, we will remember this year as the year that the photography industry moved full steam into the mirrorless world. Never before have we had so many compelling mirrorless camera options on the market at the same time, with the Sony A7III being the first one to be announced back in February of this year at WPPI, followed by the Nikon Z7, Canon EOS R, and the Fujifilm XT-3 being announced within mere days of one another later on during the summer.
The Nikon Z7 and the Nikon Z6 are making waves in the Mirrorless camera world, and with the Z6 about to hit the shelves on November 16th, Nikon have put together some bundles that will make the switch easier for you and for your wallet.
Can’t wait to get your hands on the new Nikon Z Series full frame mirrorless camera? If you’d like to get a feel for the camera’s size first, you can now fold yourself a paper version of the Nikon Z7 and Z 24-70mm lens.
Late last week Nikon announced their long awaited new Mirrorless camera bodies, the Z6 and the Z7. The new Nikon Z6 and Z7 both look great, and they sound like they will pack a punch, however the native Z mount lens options for early adopters will be slim.