The Nikon Z 7 Mirrorless CSC marks the first foray into the full-frame
compact system market for one of the largest companies in the business.
Featuring the new larger-diameter Z mount, a 45.7MP back-illuminated
FX-format CMOS sensor, and a sensor integrated focal-plane AF system;
the Z 7 is an ideal upgrade for those with a full-frame DSLR who are
wanting to switch over to a compact system.
Introducing Z mount: Nikon's new larger diameter mount has been made
specifically for their full-frame compact system cameras to be used with
their new Z mount lenses. CSC users will feel at home with the familiar
frame and profile of the Z 7, but Nikon haven't compromised on the brain
and brawn of their high-end DSLRs .
The ideal hybrid camera: Whichever way you look at it, the Nikon Z 7 is
a truly all-round camera. If you're a stills photographer, this camera
can match the fast-paced world that you live in. Continuous shooting up
to 9fps, an impressive hybrid AF system, and enough resolution to handle
even the most detailed of subjects. Videographers are equally
comfortable knowing that the camera can handle 4K shooting up to 30fps,
Full HD shooting up to a massive 120fps, and timelapse functionality in
4K UHD. There's also the option to send a 10-bit 4:2:2 signal out to a
external recording device via HDMI. Nikon's own N-Log gamma profile
comes installed - giving you all the room you need in post-production.
Need to shoot both stills and video? The Z 7 has got you covered;
allowing users to take stills while filming.
In-body image stabilisation: The camera's 5-axis in-body stabilisation
is rated up to 3-stops when not used alongside a VR (Vibration
Reduction) lens, and up to 5-stops with a VR lens – a first for Nikon.
Back-illuminated sensor: The Nikon Z 7 features a back-illuminated
45.7MP full-frame CMOS sensor. By increasing the amount of light
captured by the sensor, the camera's low-light performance is improved
Monitor your work in amazing detail: The camera's electronic viewfinder
(EVF) captures approximately 100% of the frame, so you don't miss an
inch of your shot. With a resolution of 3690K dots, the level of detail
is superb – ensuring that you know exactly what you're shooting, and
allowing you to get pinpoint accuracy when focusing.
Hybrid AF: Never miss a shot due to an inferior autofocus system.
Featuring a new 493-point hybrid autofocus system using phase detection
with single-point AF, that covers approximately 90% of the frame.
Phase-detection is built into the sensor for maximum performance.
Unparalleled usability: Nikon have designed the Z 7 with comfort and
usability in mind. The camera body has been ergonomically designed for
maximum comfort, especially over extended use, while the controls and
functions have been carefully placed to provide easy and intuitive
operation. There's also a top LCD display so users can easily see which
camera settings they are using.
EXPEED 6 image processor: Nikon's next-generation EXPEED 6 image
processor makes its debut in this brand new line of CSCs. Capable of
handling everything you throw at it, users can rest easy knowing that
this camera's bark can match every bit of its bite.
EVF: 100% frame coverage, 0.8x magnification, Quad-VGA, 3690K dots
Storage media: XQD
Shutter speed: 1/8000 to 30s, x200
Continuous shooting: 9fps (extended)
ISO range: 64-25,600
Maximum AF points: 493 points (phase-detection, in FX formation with
single point AF)/90%
Video capabilities: 4K UHD @ 30fps / Full HD @ 120fps / N-Log (HDMI
10-bit output) / eVR / Attenuator
Time-lapse functionality: 4K UHD, Full-HD, exposure smoothing, silent
Rear display: Tilting, touch operational, 3.2", 2100K dot
Battery life: 330 shots
NIKKOR Z 24-70mm S Lens
Versatility across the focal range: With a focal range of 24-70mm, this
lens offers fantastic versatility – covering wide-angle, mid-range, and
up to the start of the telephoto range, the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm F4 S lens
is perfectly at home as your go-to grab-n'-go lens
Pristine optical performance: Designed to Nikon's highest standards,
this lens suppresses aberrations within an image across its focal and
aperture ranges, providing a crystal clear image from edge to edge
Constant minimum focus distance: Unlike most zoom lenses this lens
delivers a minimum focus distance of 0.3m across the entire focal range
Retained portability: When using a compact system camera, it's important
your lens matches its portability. Thanks to a retracting mechanism that
can be turned on/off without pressing a button, the total length of the
lens is moderated to meet your storage needs, without compromising image
Robust, durable, and hardy: As well as being both dust- and
drip-resistant, Nikon have ensured the lens has been weather-sealed –
moving parts and all