Nikon Z7 FX-Format Mirrorless Camera Body w/ Z 24-70mm f/4 S w/ Z 24-70mm F/2.8 S

February 27, 2019 - Comment

Product Features New larger Z mount for revolutionary optical performance Nikon-designed 45.7MP backside Illuminated image sensor with no optical low pass filter (OLPF) 493-Point on-sensor phase detect AF system and up to 9 fps NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/ 2.8 is a compact mid-range zoom that is indispensable for a wide range of photo and video

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Product Features

  • New larger Z mount for revolutionary optical performance
  • Nikon-designed 45.7MP backside Illuminated image sensor with no optical low pass filter (OLPF)
  • 493-Point on-sensor phase detect AF system and up to 9 fps
  • NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/ 2.8 is a compact mid-range zoom that is indispensable for a wide range of photo and video applications, as well as the ideal partner for the compact Z series cameras
  • With an f/2.8 constant maximum aperture, exposure is consistent across the entire zoom range
  • Lens incorporates an all-new Multi-Focusing System, consisting of two AF drive units, precisely synchronized to deliver fast, accurate autofocusing

Comments

Anonymous says:

If you wanted a smaller, lighter D850, here it is. This is a camera designed for serious photographers who already own quite a bit of Nikon glass and want to be able to make use of the new S-Line Z-mount lenses to come. There is almost nothing the D850 can do that the Z7 can’t do almost as well and there is a lot that the Z7 can do that the D850 cannot. If you have a D850 and don’t feel the need to buy a new body, don’t feel the need to rush. If you were thinking about the D850, the Z7 is almost certainly the better buy as you can use the new…

Anonymous says:

Great Camera – Pro Level Results The upside:Think of the Z7 as the new D760. All the sweet handling of a 750 with the output of an 850. And 3 “U” banks!Image quality is as good as or better than the 850.Nikkor F lenses’ AF speed is as fast as the 850 and perhaps a little more accurate.The Sony XQD card gobbles up the 60MB, 14 bit NEFs at a remarkably fast rate.The 24 – 70 lens is super sharp wide open. Belying its lite weight and small size.The FTZ lens…

Anonymous says:

Nikon quality and more! I’ve had the Nikon D700, D750, and D800 when they came out the first time and used them for many years. This model is a big step forward. Out of the box, the picture quality, focus speed, and quietness when taking pictures are the first few things I liked about this model. I’m sure the new built in image stabilization and faster processor are all factors in getting that incredible image. I still have to tweak the configurations and settings but so far I’m already impressed.I have…

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