The Z6 and Z7 II are solid mid-life updates to the original Z6/7 and the first time the company has used ‘Mark II’ branding for its digital cameras. Both cameras gain a UHS-II SD card slot in addition to the XQD/CFexpress Type B socket. The new cameras use the latest version of Nikon’s EN-EL15 battery. The Z6 II is rated at 410 shots per charge with the LCD, 340 through the viewfinder, while the Z7 II offers 420 and 360, respectively.
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