Nikon Z8 camera sensor tested at DxOMark

DxOMark released their Nikon Z8 camera sensor test results. Here are some comparisons with other cameras:

DxOMark conclusion:

“Nikon calls the Z8 the “successor” to the D850, and it’s not so difficult to see why. Although there hasn’t been an increase in pixel count — the 45 MP to 47 MP range seems to be the current sweet spot — the Z8 is an immensely versatile and flexible camera. While the speed advantages of a stacked CMOS are clear, image quality is also excellent. Anyone contemplating the switch from DSLR to mirrorless will discover the Nikon Z8’s performance compelling. This, combined with the tempting price and more portable form factor over the Z9, makes the Nikon Z8 a hugely attractive option for a wide range of photographic tasks.”

Check Nikon Z8 pricing and availability at:

US Europe Canada
Best Buy
Pauls’s Photo
Service Photo
Foto Erhardt (DE)
Calumet (DE)
Foto Koch (DE)
Jessops (UK)
Park Cameras (UK)
Amazon Canada

Via DxOMark

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