NIKON Z6 :: Hands on Review

published 1 year ago by Ted Forbes

The Nikon Z6 is a 24 megapixel, full-frame mirrorless camera from Nikon. Get your's at B&H or Amazon This video is sponsored by Squarespace For a free trail and 10% off your order use offer code AOP on check out at As the baby brother to the high megapixel Nikon Z7, the Z6 has several advantages to its lower resolution including low-light performance, faster burst-rate and video at full resolution with no cropping of pixel binning. While not quite on par with the Sony A7 III in terms of autofocus, the Nikon Z6 has many features that make this an excellent performing camera and an alternative with an adaptable lens selection. In this hands-on review, we'll explore all of the features of this camera including sample images and video footage. I really am impressed with what Nikon have delivered. Its a solid start to a promising mirrorless system. • 24.5 Megapixel, FX-Format BSI-CMOS sensor • EXPEED 6 image processor • 273 phase detection points • Built in 5-axis image stabilization • 12 fps shooting • ISO 100-51200 • UHD 4k video up to 30p • N-log and 10-Bit HDMI video output (8-bit internal) • 4k Timelapse Check out my other videos: • Dear Nikon • Nikon sent me the Nikon Z6 • Hangin' with Nikon • The Most Underrated Camera of 2018 • Oh Canon Music is from Epidemic Sound. If you need music for your videos, Epidemic is simply the best in the business. Check them out here:

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