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Nikon Z6 vs Nikon D750 – Comparison

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Looking for a Nikon Z6 vs Nikon D750 comparison? Read our detailed comparison of the Nikon Z6 vs Nikon D750 to find out their advantages and decide which one to buy.

Nikon’s new budget-friendly full-frame mirrorless camera sounds very promising on paper and target the Sony a7 III. On the other hand Nikon Z6 shown as the mirrorless version of the D750.

We thought that for all users who are curious about Nikon’s latest full frame mirrorless camera. So let’s take a look at the Nikon Z6 vs Nikon D750 in detail and see how the two cameras compare in terms of features and specifications.

Nikon Z6 and Nikon D750 Specifications Comparison

Although both of these cameras have a price tag around $2000. There are some important feature differences between them. We have to say the Nikon Z6 has some major advantages over the D750 DSLR. Check out the Nikon Z6 vs Nikon D750 specs comparison in detail below.

Nikon Z6 vs Nikon D750 - Comparison

Camera Feature Nikon Z6 Nikon D750
Effective Megapixel 24.5 million 24.3 million
Sensor Type BSI CMOS CMOS
Sensor Size 35.9 x 23.9mm 35.9 x 24.0mm
Sensor Pixel Size 5.9µ 5.9µ
Low Pass Filter Yes Yes
In-Body Image Stabilization Yes No
Dust Reduction / Sensor Cleaning Yes Yes
Image Size 6,048 x 4,024 6,016 x 4,016
Base ISO ISO 100 ISO 100
Native ISO Sensitivity ISO 100-51,200 ISO 100-12,800
Boosted ISO Sensitivity ISO 100-204,800 ISO 50, ISO 25,600-51,200
Image Processor EXPEED 6 EXPEED 4
sRAW File Support No No
Viewfinder Type Electronic / EVF Pentaprism
Viewfinder Coverage 100%, 0.8x 100%, 0.70x
Viewfinder Eyepoint 21 mm (-1.0 m¯¹) 21 mm (-1.0 m¯¹)
Built-in Flash No Yes, with flash commander mode
Storage Media 1x XQD 2x SD
Electronic Front-Curtain Shutter Yes No
Continuous Shooting Speed 12 FPS (limited to 12-bit RAW and no AE), 9 FPS (14-bit RAW but no AE), 5.5 FPS with AE 6.5 FPS
Max Shutter Speed 1/8000-30 sec, Bulb, Time 1/4000 to 30 sec, Bulb, Time
Flash Sync Speed 1/200 1/200
Shutter Durability 200,000 150,000 cycles
Exposure Metering Sensor TTL exposure metering using main image sensor 91,000-pixel RGB sensor 3D Color Matrix Metering III
Highlight Weighted Metering Yes Yes
Full aperture metering during Live View for stills Yes Yes
Face-detection Analysis On/Off On/Off
Number of AF Points 273 Hybrid Detect AF points 51 Phase Detection AF points, 15 cross-type
Detection Range -2 to +19 -3 to +19 EV (ISO 100, 68°F/20°C)
Video Capability Yes Yes
Video Output AVCHD / MP4 Compression with 4:2:0 sampling, 10-bit via HDMI with 4:2:2 sampling AVCHD / MP4 Compression with 4:2:0 sampling, 8-bit via HDMI with 4:2:2 sampling
Video Maximum Resolution 3840 x 2160 (4K) at 24/25/30 fps; 1920×1080 at 24/25/30/50/60/120 1920 x 1080 (1080p) at 24/25/30/60 fps
Audio Recording Built-in stereo microphone
External stereo microphone (optional)
Built-in stereo microphone
External stereo microphone (optional)
Highlight Display (Zebra Stripes) in Live View Yes Yes
LCD Size and Type 3.2″ diagonal TFT-LCD Tilting 3.2″ diagonal TFT-LCD Tilting
Touchscreen Yes No
LCD Resolution 2,100,000 dots 1,229,000 dots
Built-in GPS No No
Wi-Fi Functionality Built-in Built-in
Battery EN-EL15b Lithium-ion Battery EN-EL15 Lithium-ion Battery
Battery Life 310 shots (CIPA) 1,230 shots (CIPA)
Weather Sealed Body Yes Yes
USB Version 3.1 3.0
Weight (Body Only) 585 g (20.6 oz) 750g (26.5 oz.)
Dimensions 134 x 100.5 x 67.5 mm (5.3 x 4.0 x 2.7″) 140.5 x 113 x 78mm (5.5 x 4.4 x 3.1″)
Price $1997  (Amazon | B&H Photo | Adorama) $1697 Amazon/B&H/Adorama

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