Here are the latest autofocus test videos of Nikon Z6 II full frame mirrorless camera.
While the sensor inside the Z6 II might be the same, the horsepower inside this new model gets a noticeable boost, going to dual-processor design. Powered by two EXPEED 6 image processor chips rather than just one like in the original, the new Nikon Z6 II offers performance improvements in multiple areas. The Z6 II uses a 273-point AF system with on-sensor phase-detection pixels covering approximately 90% of the sensor area. However, there have been some performance improvements and added features, such as better low-light AF performance (now rated for -4.5EVs compared to -3.5EVs) and the ability to now use Eye- and Face-Detection AF (for humans and animals) in Wide-Area AF mode (rather than just in Auto-Area AF).
In this matter below you can find the latest coverage of Nikon Z6 II Autofocus Test Videos.
The price of the Nikon Z6 II body is $1,999, check pre-order options at Amazon | B&H | Adorama, release date in November. Nikon Z7 II body is $2,999, check pre-order options at Amazon | B&H | Adorama. Release date of both cameras is scheduled for December.
→ Nikon Z6 II AF test.
→ Nikon Z6 II AF-C real-world test.
→ Nikon Z6 II video eye-AF test.
→ Nikon Z6 vs. Z6 II autofocus comparison in photos and videos.
→ Nikon Z6 II vs. Z7 II AF tests.
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