The latest Nikon Z6/Z7 reviews

The latest Nikon Z6/Z7 reviews:

→ Nikon Z7 review by Ming Thein:

“On an absolute scale, what we have here is not revolution but thorough evolution – much as the D3 was in its day. And as the D3, this represents a massive quantum leap of innovation for conservative Nikon; though the Z7 isn’t the second coming of sliced Jesus there are enough solid improvements over the D850, and not too many compromises (some of which are firmware-fixable). For a first try, it’s remarkable effort. Put another way: I don’t care what the fanboys say, but we’re now on the third generation of Sony A7 (fourth, if you count the A9) and they still don’t operate as smoothly.

If you’re not bothered by the D850’s size and weight, or need stabilization in lenses that don’t have it, or shoot video, or use a lot of manual focus – then you can skip this generation. But if any of those things apply to you for any meaningful portion of the time, you’re likely to find the Z7 is a worthwhile addition. Just remember that there are some differences in control paradigm, with heavier reliance on customizable menus and far fewer customizable buttons. Don’t get me wrong, though: Nikon has managed something impressive: a mirrorless device retaining all of the advantages of mirrorless, but still feeling and operating with the immediacy of a good DSLR.”

Dpreview added the Nikon Z7 to their studio comparison test.

→ New set of Nikon Z6 and Z7 sample photos published at Optyczne.

→ Nikon Z report by Richard Haw.

→ The German Magazin Computer BILD released a review of the Nikon Z7. They claim to have measured the highest resolution with the 24-70mm f/4 lens mounted on the Z7, they ever measured with any system camera. They say the sharpness of this combination alone is worth the whole system and comes even closer to MF than the D850. They measured 2750 / 1736 line pairs. This is more or less the same value PDNonline measured.

→ Nikon Z6 review at Digitalcameraworld.

→ Nikon Z7 hands-on impressions from

“If I sound excited, it’s because I am. Genuinely. The Z 7 has me more excited about its potential than just about any camera in recent memory — and this includes the D850, so that is saying something. The excitement I feel with this product launch parallels when the Nikon D3 was announced. Nikon was not the first to the full-frame market, but when the Nikon D3 was came out, it was the best full-frame camera on the market, hands down. For me, the Z 7 represents just that same kind of feeling.”

→ Check out also the photos taken with the Nikon Z7 by Dean Cheng.

More reviews can be found at the Nikon Z Facebook page and Nikon Z Facebook group.

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