45.75 million pixels Nikon Z7 II camera is stronger after upgrade

Nikon Z7 is a full-frame mirrorless camera with high image quality and ultra-high pixels. Now the second generation product Nikon Z7 II has also come to us.

Nikon Z7 II has not changed in terms of pixels, but it has been improved in many areas, such as processor, continuous shooting, focus, video, card slot and so on. In other words, in addition to inheriting the advantages of Nikon Z7, Nikon Z7 II is more perfect in many places.

The Nikon Z7 II mirrorless camera has 45.75 million effective pixels, and can shoot 4K/60P ultra-definition video, using dual EXPEED 6 processors. The continuous shooting speed has been increased to 10 frames per second, supporting human and animal eyes focusing.

The Nikon Z7 II uses a dual card slot system, supports XQD/CFexpress and SD cards, uses the Type-C interface for USB charging, and supports charging while shooting.

The Nikon Z7 II mirrorless camera is still a product with high image quality and high pixels as its core competitiveness. Its performance in image quality has improved compared with the first one. At the same time, dual processors allow the product to have a better experience in focusing and continuous shooting. For users, this camera is still a great tool for landscape photography, urban photography, portrait photography, etc., with its high image quality and high resolution.

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