RANK #5

Nikon Z 7

"The full-frame mirrorless Nikon Z 7 II is a bit faster than its predecessor and supports dual memory cards, both important for pros. Its autofocus isn't quite as futuristic as its rivals, but it undercuts them on price, and its 45MP image sensor is still one of the best around."
As posted by pcmag.com

Pros

  • Superb 45MP full-frame sensor
  • 5-axis IBIS
  • 4K video at up to 60fps
  • Tilting touch LCD
  • Magnesium build with dust and splash protection
  • Legacy lens support via FTZ adapter
  • SnapBridge wireless

Cons

  • Not many third-party lenses available
  • Omits multi-shot sampling mode
  • Raw video support costs extra

Product Details

Date First Available:
17 December 2018

Overall Rating

93.8%
The overall rating was calculated based on 472 customer and expert reviews from 4 review sites and 5 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Cameras:
  • 98.1%
    Design
  • 97.5%
    Image Quality
  • 99.4%
    Features
  • 93.8%
    Performance
  • 90%
    Battery Life
  • 95.5%
    Video Quality
  • 93.8%
    Build Quality

Expert Reviews Rating

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2
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2
Fair
0
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0

Customer reviews by store

Price Comparison

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  • BETA

Expert Reviews

The full-frame mirrorless Nikon Z 7 II is a bit faster than its predecessor and supports dual memory cards, both important for pros. Its autofocus isn't quite as futuristic as its rivals, but it undercuts them on price, and its 45MP image sensor is still one of the best around.

Read more on pcmag.com

Pros

  • Superb 45MP full-frame sensor
  • 5-axis IBIS
  • 4K video at up to 60fps
  • Tilting touch LCD
  • Magnesium build with dust and splash protection
  • Legacy lens support via FTZ adapter
  • SnapBridge wireless

Cons

  • Not many third-party lenses available
  • Omits multi-shot sampling mode
  • Raw video support costs extra

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