Those sensors used dedicated AF pixels. I now work in Hollywood with two features prepping for production. Select ISO 6400, RAW and move the box over the playing cards so that so have black and white in the frame. But that wasn't the question. Also on the left side around '28' the R6 shows moire/false color. Their corners of the Sony full frame sensor are so close to the edge I wonder how much the IBIS can move the sensor and stay in the image circle. In fact, I'd say the difference between them is negligible. Below you can see the front view size comparison of Nikon Z7 II and Nikon Z6 II. I know on the original Z6, going from lossless compressed to uncompressed yields about a 30% reduction in size.... although I would assume that DPR uses the same settings on both setups for comparison so there is no introduction of IQ loss due to compression. Where the nikons seem to still fall short is on performance when shooting fast, erratic action. In the comparison table, why does the Canon EOS R6's Pixel Count not figure in red? You see folks!...this is why you need to stay on your meds! the Z6ii came without any firmware for the FTZ (literally no firmware was installed for it) so we first had to learn how to upgrade his "new" camera's firmware before we could even try it out. Yes, I have my own deep shadowed R6 raws and I've lifted said shadows. In terms of hardware, the main difference is that the Mark II gains a second Expeed 6 processor, with most of the performance and feature improvements stemming from this additional processing power. Just read online reviews. For the year, late 2018, ISO 6400 is not high for most full framed cameras. Snapdragon not specifically design for photography but it already super fast on process image. Do you own a D850 have you tried out a Z6II? Pinks lean a fraction towards magenta, rather than the orange that produces such pleasing skin-tones in Canon's rendering, but it's less noticeable than with Sony and Panasonic. Other than a handful of pros and power users who really need the reliability that a vertical control battery grip or redundancy of twin card slots bring, it's hard to see much motivation for existing Z6 owners to upgrade, but the improved AF behavior, operation under USB power, grip option and twin slots should make it pretty appealing for buyers just moving to Z. It also means that, instead of using a very high ISO setting, if you want to protect highlights, you can use the high ISO exposure but keep the camera at ISO 800, where the higher gain is used: there's little-to-no noise benefit to increasing it above that point. I also owned a D500 and it's AF was near identical to that of the D850, except for coverage where it's obviously much better, near mirrorless level. Good travel cameras should be small, versatile, and offer good image quality. Invisible at +5EV. * When shooting 12-bit Raw using a single AF point** In electronic first-curtain mode: 1/200th with mechanical shutter*** Promised in Feb 2021 f/w update. Recalling the sh*t storm around the 50mm f1.0, for example.. Nikon Z6 II vs Canon R6: Sensor Comparison. Absolutely no information is given about the Z7 II and Z6 II cameras aside from their respective names, which eschew Nikon’s usual ’S’ naming scheme for the more Canon-esque ‘Mark II’ versions. Yeah, I've noticed a number of Sony shooters saying "best" a lot in crop sensor threads.. :-D. @Kona MikeWell, I write best when it's best based on objective reviews and my own experience. @Tom, yes with A7R IV and the A7S III you can switch the eye focus (left/right). I certainly didn't. The Nikon full framed Z bodies handle better. There’s a lot of false colour in the R6’s studio image – and I’m trying not to count the lateral chromatic aberration that the RF lens throws in for free. The camera's sharpening$(document).ready(function() { $("#icl-5258--813117957").click(function() { ImageComparisonWidgetLink(5258); }); }) is a touch more crude than its rivals: the Canon R6 is showing finer detail despite its lower pixel count, and the Sony a7 III$(document).ready(function() { $("#icl-5259-1939670").click(function() { ImageComparisonWidgetLink(5259); }); }) pulls out more subtle detail from its very similar sensor. This means you can just jump across and use the same white balance, if you wish, or use a pre-set value for video that won't then mess up your stills. I have Zeiss lenses for Arri sitting here that cost more than your car. This functionality can be activated at a Nikon service centre. The article is very well written like the other reviews.People don't realize the richness of this site which has a solid base of knowledge and skills.On the other hand, it is unfortunately not a website to treat psychological disorders!The compulsive need to want to change photo equipment every time something new comes along, or to speak badly of those who don't think like you, it's at the doctor's office that this has to be treated.Personally, I am happy for Nikon equipment enthusiasts and at the same time, I tell myself that you can do such a beautiful thing already with a first generation Nikon Z6. but every year, some of the most impressive lenses that come across our desks are primes. Nikon listened to complaints about this, and on the Z6 II it’s managed to squeeze in a second UHS-II SD card slot to accompany the XQD/CFexpress slot. You're done. I'm a photographer. Just look at the latest quarterly reports and sales top list. Thanks for the clarification. @Knock Knock Who is There: my hat is off to you! First, as is now clear from the titles, the Z6 II and the Z7 II will offer enhancements on the existing Z6 and Z7 models, Nikon’s first two mirrorless cameras. Camera manufactures have to fear the AI more than smartphones. And yet the stills AF of the Z6II is not as good as that in the very good D850 and staggeringly good D500. @MrHollywood:I started photography 52 years ago with a Rolleiflex. I own and love my D850, but the Z6II is actually more fun to use, though missing the I ordered the Z7 II. CIPA has announced CP+2021 will be an online-only event due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Or would you prefer info on the larger one we're buying?I just finished spending a few weeks with the Leica Q2 and Fuji X100V. That you would claim so signifies unfamiliarity with high ISOs.". I'd rather Nikon devote their R&D budget to things that matter -- lenses, AF, ergonomics. For its release year: Hobbled for higher ISOs, while cameras using the same sensor aren't, crappy weather sealing, a not great EVF, + Sony's less than stellar menu system. Of course not. That is a much more troublesome position to be in. Nobody is really interested in investing large R&D cost in downward trend. Fantastic side by side comparisons!! Only slightly better than a Sony but no match for a Fuji or Canon. Nikon says the focusing system now works in light as low as –4.5EV (a one stop improvement), when using an F2.0 lens (or faster). It has a 55mm inner diameter, larger than the old F mount, and has a flange focal distance of only 16.00mm. No, I don't doubt that the Z6II has better AF than the Z6. De deler den samme fremragende OLED-søkeren med 3,7 Mp oppløsning og 0,8 x forstørrrelse. Very frustrating, but hopefully SOMETIME this month they'll release another version allowing us "early adapters" to use Lightroom on our NEF files. This FX-format body features the same new mount as its sibling, the Z7, with this model being based around a sensor of 24.5 megapixels. So, it’s better to invest in a Z6 II camera if ur a cinematographer. I went from a D850, Z7, Z6 to now a Z6 II. On the other hand, Canon R6 has a 20.0MP Full frame (36 x 24 mm ) sized CMOS sensor and features Digic X processor. Pour améliorer le suivi AF des Z6/7, Nikon doit faire comme Sony et Canon, utiliser un capteur de génération 2 avec une fréquence de balayage doublée à 120 i/s, sinon Nikon va restera définitivement derrière Canon et Sony pour le système AF. The Leica Q2 Monochrom is a version of the Gold Award-winning Q2 that only shoots images in black and white. Both cameras offer a resolution of 24.3 megapixels. This isn't the first Z with a 6 attached, and you seem to also not understand the difference between a mirrorless body and an SLR. With the increasing development in AI, in 5-10 years time the market bubble will slowly turn to smartphones for their compactness and usability. bernardlang - I hope that is true. Updated Lens availability is a critical part of choosing a camera system. £2,549. The Z50 is a very good APSC body, and the D500 is an extraordinary stills camera. What kind of magic is that? If you’re tempted to switch to mirrorless and already have a stack of F-mount FX lenses for your DSLR, you might be better off looking at Nikon’s excellent D780. I've been shooting pro, off and on for many years. Visit our corporate site. Canon R6 vs Nikon Z6 II. I ordered the Z7II. 2 years ago when I switched to mirrorless Nikon had nothing to offer remotely as good as Sony. He could have used area eye AF on the Z6II when the model was a bit father away. The difference between 24 and 20 MP is negligible. You are comparing 1st half year for Nikon over 2nd quarter to Sony.Just to ignore the fact that their turnover has fallen nearly as much. Your comment is pretty pathetic if you ask me. The numbers are there for you to see, if you know where to look that is ;). The Canon EOS R6 is the outlier: priced at a higher level but offering better specifications (though it can't always deliver the full promise of its video capabilities). The R6 is a very good camera, but they have only just caught up with Sony and Nikon. It's good to hear the Z6 II is even better. We tend to find a rating of around 400 is sufficient for a day's committed shooting or a weekend of fairly active photography, but not enough for something as photographically intense as a wedding. It's nearly always better to go for more megapixels, especially considering that in the near future 6K and 8K monitors and TVs will be commonplace and affordable. I never get these sorts of things. The Nikon Z6 II is the follow-up to the company’s first full-frame mirrorless camera, the Z6. For many photographers the new Nikon mirrorless camera's will be a "WOW" experience depending on their needs. Should native support Adobe DNG. That's one. There is a simple fix for your problem. In case you need more info, I can give you exact steps you have to follow. And I say this as a Fujifilm user myself. In diesem Artikel wollen wir uns die Z6 II etwas genauer anschauen und vergleichen was sie von dem Vorgängermodell, der Nikon Z6, unterscheidet.-9%. I assume you would agree with me Canon has not deployed a clear strategy based on f1.8 top quality lenses. Revealed last month, the Z6 II and Z7 II bring a range of improvements from the original well-received Z6 and Z7. But this whole thing is a nonissue. Sign up to get breaking news, reviews, opinion, analysis and more, plus the hottest tech deals! It was pretty remarkable, clearly much better than the Z6. However, the company hasn't put a number on either improvement.". So the real question for Sony is can they release an a7 IV with significant enough new features to entice an a7 III owner to upgrade? Shrinking market and lack of UVP screams for consolidation. I am a happy Z6II user, but also had various Canon and Fujifilm cameras in the past. It’s a similar story if you’re tracking subjects – use the Z6 II in isolation and you’ll be very impressed with the speed of acquisition, but it’s not quite a match for the EOS R6 (which uses pretty much the same AF system as the flagship Canon EOS-1D X Mark III). I have the Pany S1and S5, and the AF works just fine. Also - don't forget about the Fuji X-T4. You’re looking for something to complement your Nikon DSLR The Nikon gear, working in the same conditions, worked fine. Fuji: X100V, MF in the price range of FF, the only real choice for APS-CSony: A7C, RX1, ZV1And then, there are: Apple, DJI, GoPro, Zeiss. I agree it's almost imperceptible though. The response to "This camera bands in the shadows at ISO 100 if I push it seven stops!" I have done quite some shots of young children (moving of course) with my Z6 (mark 1) and the Z 50 mm wide open @ f/1.8 and they are sharp like hell, on 60x40 cm prints. What might the Z6 II and Z7 II tell us about future pro Nikon mirrorless models? The differences are so small that ultimately I just choose the camera with superior handling. I don’t want to look at it “my way”, I look at it the correct way. Am I the only one who sees a minute amount of banding still? Right, I understand that for reasons of fast refresh, the Sony A9/II have a not great EVF. BUT do know you slipped eye AF in there. My main hope is that Nikon continues to develop the Mark II throughout its lifetime, as it did with the original, and that we see more ways of exploiting its added processing power over the coming months and years. I've asked on the various nice YT videos (like the DPR pair and the TCSTV pair) I've seen on the Z6II and I haven't heard anything yet. We find we prefer the two-axis screens used by the likes of the Fujifilm X-T3 for stills or a fully articulated screen for video. In all you can't go wrong with any system you choose these days and none truly stands above the other any longer. Printing of high ISO images, say 12,800 and above: It's very important to have used excellent lenses, shot raw, and used cameras good for very high ISOs. Yet in the initial impressions you say"What's interesting is (on the face of it) how little the application of dual processors brings to the camera". Downsampling does NOT alter noise as an overall fraction of image data. Banding: On a Canon, a body like the R6 which uses dual pixel AF, where imaging pixels are also used for phase detect AF? My first DSLR was Nikon D80 :). A recent test for BIF concluded that the Z6/Z7 were only second to the a9/a9II. If you’ve got a full-frame Nikon DSLR such as the D850, the Z6 II is a sound choice for a second body. The Z6 II is a pretty adept video camera. It's simply untrue that ISO 6400 [with a wide open fast lens] is able to capture images, at say shutter speeds of 1/60 a sec. Nikon Z6 II advanced manual Introduction. Focusing in low light should also be better, as the Z6 II can focus in light levels as low as -4.5EV (improving on -3.5EV of the Z6), while a low-light AF mode sees the Z6 II able to achieve focus at an incredible -6EV. What I want to know is how many linear bits go into the 10-bit log. Despite being a relatively subtle update, the Z6 II remains broadly competitive with the other cameras with launch prices around $2000. The link that brought me here said “initial review updated”.I want to know what is updated in the review. The ratio of missed AF is only slightly higher than with my D810. For a pro/hobbyst like me its just details.". My favorite camera (for now) is my little Fuji X100v, which I sometimes use side by side with my D850. I didn't speak about the 85mm f1.8G, I spoke about the f1.4 G btw. Looking globally - we have a company that is loosing tons of money while making stuff very similar to what others do who are better off financially. "Ok that confirms the R6 has the new 16 points AA filter and can outresolve any 24 megapixels camera.". Capture One 21 has been released. $1,646.90. The enormous unwieldy indiscreet Atomos and others for which we pay double again, AND the to be paid for updates that ought already to be present in-camera, PLUS the failure/refusal to supply in-body storage demanding expensive obsolescent cards (still!) Complete specifications for the Nikon Z6 II, the second generation of Nikon's prosumer speed/low-light, full-frame mirrorless body. The Nikon Z6 II is an updated version of the company's 24MP multimedia full frame mirrorless camera. That gripe aside, the Z6 II feels really durable, with magnesium alloy top, front and back covers, and the same excellent level of weather sealing as Nikon’s pro-spec DSLR, the D850. Sony does not depend on their camera business and actually COVID made them stronger. It is the truth. Ja, på mange måter er det et mer komplett kamera enn det dyrere Z7. Nikon's continue to be popular on shoots and it's all we'll be using for behind-the-scenes work and even using the Z6II for insert shots while shooting side-by-side with Arri mini rigs costing 80K. "The problem is in the eye of beholder... for me, A7III has no more problems than any camera, ". Yes you can get good results with the z6 and likely better with v2, but the keeper rate was a lot lower, and from everything I've read so far, it is still lower. Heck, I might even re-purchase the Leica for my wife. The slow and rocky path to full frame 4k 60p shows me just how far ahead of its time the GH5 was. Canon had nothing really yet. (A WOW camera like the D850)Now with mirrorless, not so much. The SL2-S marks Leica's entry into the stills/video hybrid market. They crippled a camera by addressing the previous iterations shortcomings so it is has no real world flaws? The base ISO of the Z6ii is 100. That's no bad thing: the latest updates to the Mark I have meant it remains competitive, so even a small step forward is valuable, but it might leave the Mark II with a fairly short shelf life. They really need to fix the auto area AF. I will say that in practice I find the color out of the Nikon to be superior to Sony and the images to be sharper. The 'Henri' Cinematographer's handle comes in two models — L-PL and L-LPL — and features a foldable grip that has built-in buttons for controlling recording right from the handle. NexUserIt's not +6ev. We've delved into what's changed and improved in Nikon's Z6 II and Z7 II, and it's more than just the second card slots. I've shot with the Canon and it's excellent. Best thing about this update is the EN-EL15c that has increased capacity and will charge by cable and during use! Missing video record limit time info in the comparison table? If Nikon can do half the number of sales volume with just 2 models against 15 models for Fujifilm you can see the potential Nikon still has. Capturing 10-bit video internally and outputting 60p over HDMI should be possible, though: Panasonic's S5 manages both. My D850 would never have been able to achieve this. Only because 'better' systems were available for the same price. Our of the box the camera will use different exposure settings for both modes, but in almost every other regard, you get to choose whether video mode should take its settings from stills mode or use its own, distinct values. In terms of the user interface, the main change is the addition of Wide Area + face detect and Wide Area + animal detect to the 'i' quick menu, meaning that you can more quickly engage human face or animal face detection as part of your AF mode selection. Unfortunately I sold my D850 2 years ago and my D500 is now the property of my father 15,000 kms away. The brands ebb and flow pulling slightly ahead or falling slightly behind over the years, but nothing dramatic. While I do think Kona Mike is more joking, I do agree that often there's too much negativity. Z 6II doesn't have ISO 64, that's Z 7II ... FYI - You have no clue what you are talking about. There’s no question that the Z6 II is an improvement on the Z6, but unless you’re desperate for a second card slot or want to shoot faster bursts, it’s not worth upgrading. The noise levels are similar but Z6II images has more detail due to higher pixel count. I hope so, but I still expected it on the Z6ii. 'What's the best mirrorless camera?' Nevertheless, even several months after launch, Canons still sell for more than Nikons. Everybody has great gear on the market. I'm guessing that with a fW update, the Z6 could perform like this as well (have a higher weighting on looking for eyes/faces in the autofocus algorithms). The word “Revolution “ send chills down my spine . The D780 is a DSLR, while the Z6 II is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. ", sorry for sounding ignorant but do the Z series have something similar to the 3D tracking from the Nikon DSLRsthanks. The Z 6II builds on the Z 6 ’s formidable video capabilities and might just be Nikon’s most versatile video camera yet. The plate, which is manufactured in the United States using US-based materials, weighs just 13g (.5oz) and is built-to-order for $95. Nikon Z6 II's 3.2 LCD screen is slightly larger than Canon R6's 3 screen. It could be Olympus and Panasonic have better IBIS, but here too Canon has surpassed Sony and Nikon. The lack of internal 10 bit video is a real shame, I've been with Nikon since I started photography (and now focusing on video), but finally switched to the a7S iii. Best ignored. It is a future that no Sony user dares to talk about. That's not how the Sony, Fuji, Olympus, Ricoh, and Pentax OSPDAF works. DPR?? Right now Canon is killing it. One thing that compromised the Z6 was its single XQD card slot. Never mind S5 their new in the FF block. In this buying guide we’ve rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing around $2000 and recommended the best. And that's looking at dpreview's own data. Better direct use cheaper & faster Qualcomm Snapdragon (smartphone ARM processor). Industry 4.0 is a growing market. The A7III was a compromised body from the start. Every competitor offers internal 10bit. Not true!Just read Sony's financial report ;). I also shot the Z6II in strong backlit situations and it's much better than the Z6 here too. Yes, Nikon seems to be little bit better optically and focuses faster, but I doubt there are many photographic situations where you could see a dramatic difference between both. You really have to troll deep and hard to find "issues" that matter in practical shooting. The point here is that there really isn't anything left to argue about. These first real-world examples, captured on an unnamed Qualcomm-powered smartphone, show what the CAI standard experience is like when viewing the images online. I shoot several systems. If you do not need the resolution, if you aren’t cropping or printing and you need video, the Z6 II is a great option. The Tattooed Monkey has little good to say about this camera. The MB-N11 even lets you swap-out one battery while the second is in-use. the S5 video spec is crazy for the price. "the Canon R6 is showing finer detail despite its lower pixel count" - debatable in JPEG, certainly not in RAW. The former head of the Office of Technical Services and Chief of Disguise of the CIA reveals some of the cameras spies were supplied with to record what the enemy was up to during the Cold War. Find your view like never before thanks to the new 3.6 M-Dot Quad VGA viewfinder TOUGH AND DURABLE: Powerful in-body 5-axis VR image stabilization gives … This is your chance to have a say in which of this year's products was the best. It makes no sense to speak about good "color science" in the context of color reproduction of a given camera, as 1) color perception is subjective; 2) every camera has multiple variants/styles for color representation; 3) you can make any color you wish in post while using RAW; 4) every modern camera is able to represent colors in exact way if you are using calibration in your workflow (e.g. Their APS-C offer is a joke. Nikon Z 6 + Mount Adapter Kit. I am sure the same will be true of the Z7II that will show up in a week. Makes for 31.6% less income for Sony over the first half year.Not 10% as you want others to believe.... BTW there is no Q3 yet as fiscal years in Japan go from Aril 1st to March 31. Nikon hat heute, am 14.10.2020, seine neuen spiegellosen Systemkameras vorgestellt: die Nikon Z6 II und Z7 II. But there's still room for improvement, and with the Z6 II Nikon has opted to retain the core spec and design of the Z6, while addressing its weaknesses. Have you used either?I would say that if you are buying into a new camera, lenses are front and center for a system, and the Z lenses are the biggest reason that I am fully committing to it. @mkowalski I read it that your real worry is Sony projected towards Nikon. One thing I have noticed on these forums...if someone is not cynical and says good things about a camera then they are immediately accused by some of being paid by the company to do so. It isn't FF, but it is a great camera too.I think the only thing the Z6 can be said to have over competitors is the z-mount adapter and 50 years of stellar f-mount glass. that would give 'em a big af advantage over anything that canon has... sensor readout speed matters, it can't be faked. Regarding AF, Sony is no slouch, and surely not behind Nikon system, if not it's ahead... Batis lenses are not the only ones that are good enough to choice a system instead of another. Leica's SL2-S is a companion model to the existing SL2, coming in with more modest resolution but more robust burst shooting and video recording features. Also don't go equating the AF of the D850 with that of the D5. I remember when the D850 was introduced and it was not considered Nikon's pro camera at that time. Not my cup of tea at all …. This is interesting to hear, @bernardlang -- my understanding is that the D500 has the same AF as the D850. Nikons last "WOW"camera was the D850. The D850 is an extraordinary stills camera. I get what you are saying, but basically that way of thinking means that only cynical commentary is acceptable, and that if someone is enthusiastic about a product then somehow it is illegitimate. Now I see that's for a later review :^). Most notably, some additional features of this ... £1,999.00 View . For me it is too little too late. I never saw any problem in my Z6 and Z7 files, so it was never a real issue anyway.
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