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photo:nikonz [2020/07/21 20:06]
gary1 [Cameras]
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 =====Cameras===== =====Cameras=====
 +  ***[[NikonZ7II]]**
 +    * announced Oct 2020
 +    * 45.7mp
 +    * 5EV IBIS
 +    * 493-point hybrid AF system cover 90% frame and works down to -3 EV
 +    * 10fps burst with 3.3x larger buffer than the Z6
 +    * 30 sec to 1/8000 sec mechanical & electronic shutter
 +    * 3.69M dot EVF, 0.8x magnification 
 +    * 3.2", 2.1M-dot touchscreen
 +    * 4K 60p
 +    * Dual card slots, dual EXPEED 6 Processors, better autofocus with improved eye detection, improved video performance, faster FPS with a larger buffer to go with it, and an improved viewfinder “experience" but physically identical to their predecessor
 +    * first Nikon cameras to support Eye-Detection AF and Animal-Detection AF with video recording
 +    * EN-EL15c rechargeable lithium-ion battery, 410-shot rating 
 +    * USB-PD direct camera power 
 +    * 134x101x70mm (5.28×3.98×2.76 in.)
 +    * 705 g (1.55 lb / 24.87 oz)
 +    * opt. Nikon MB-N11 grip
 +    * opt. WR-R11a and WR-R11b new wireless transceivers for remote triggering and radio-controlled lighting
 +    * optional 12-bit ProRes RAW upgrade
 +    * $US2995
 +  ***[[NikonZ6II]]**
 +    * announced Oct 2020
 +    * 24.5mp
 +    * 5EV IBIS
 +    * 273-point hybrid AF system and works down to -4.5 EV
 +    * 14fps burst with 3.5x larger buffer than the Z6
 +    * 900 sec to 1/8000 sec mechanical & electronic shutter
 +    * 3.69M dot EVF, 0.8x magnification 
 +    * 3.2", 2.1M-dot touchscreen
 +    * 4K 30p (60p coming 2021)
 +    * 1080 120p
 +    * Dual card slots, dual EXPEED 6 Processors, better autofocus with improved eye detection, improved video performance, faster FPS with a larger buffer to go with it, and an improved viewfinder “experience" but physically identical to their predecessor
 +    * first Nikon cameras to support Eye-Detection AF and Animal-Detection AF with video recording
 +    * EN-EL15c rechargeable lithium-ion battery, 410-shot rating 
 +    * USB-PD direct camera power 
 +    * 134x101x70mm (5.28×3.98×2.76 in.)
 +    * 705 g (1.55 lb / 24.87 oz)
 +    * opt. Nikon MB-N11 grip
 +    * optional 12-bit ProRes RAW upgrade
 +    * $US1995
   ***Nikon Z5**   ***Nikon Z5**
     * announced July 2020     * announced July 2020
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