Nikon Z6 FX-Format Mirrorless Camera Body with Z 14-30mm f/4 S

January 23, 2019 - Comment

Product Features New larger Z mount for revolutionary optical performance Nikon-designed 24.5MP backside Illuminated image sensor 273-Point on-sensor phase detect AF system NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S is perfect for adding depth and drama to stills and video as the ideal partner for compact Z series cameras. Compact 14-30mm zoom range with a fixed f/4

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Product Features

  • New larger Z mount for revolutionary optical performance
  • Nikon-designed 24.5MP backside Illuminated image sensor
  • 273-Point on-sensor phase detect AF system
  • NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S is perfect for adding depth and drama to stills and video as the ideal partner for compact Z series cameras.
  • Compact 14-30mm zoom range with a fixed f/4 aperture and outstanding image quality.
  • Retractable lens mechanism collapses the lens down to a mere 3.5 inches for safe and minimal packing.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Fantastic Entry to Full-frame Mirrorless from Nikon I’m a long-time Nikon user, going back to film camera days. I’ve eagerly awaited Nikon’s first full-frame mirrorless cameras, and the new Z6 exceeds my expectations.First, this is truly a Nikon. Build quality if outstanding, and the look and feel is 100% Nikon. If you’ve used a Nikon DSLR, you’l be right at home here. First and foremost, picture quality is just outstanding. Detailed images, with natural colors, especially skin tones. I’ve always thought Nikon’s colors were a…

Anonymous says:

Great Features and Image Quality in a Lightweight Body These are my first impressions with the Nikon Z6. I will update this review as I learn more:I loved shooting the Fuji X100 series for it’s light weight and simple UI. But The ultimate shooting experience has always been with my Nikons. When we got focus peaking and meaningful fps with the D850 I was happy, sold the X100T, and have been happily gripping my D850 wherever I go with the lightweight 35mm 1.8 and a 70-200 f4. I toss in the 20mm 1.8G and 300mm PF when I travel and keep…

Anonymous says:

The latest tech from the very best My first hobbyist camera was the Nikon FE. Since then I have jumped in on only the historic improvements. This is THE latest. I love the feel of the camera and the quality of the pictures. It is sort of old school in that it’s full frame digital but in the more classic understated body size of the FM and FE. So easy to use that I hardly need the manual. It is is amazing even with my “ old” lenses.

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