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Product Specifications
Sensor
45.7 MP
Video Quality
4K Ultra HD
Megapixels
45.7 Million
Image Sensor Format
FX
Image Sensor Type
CMOS
ISO Sensitivity
64
Sensor Size
35.9 x 23.9 mm
Image Credits: Digital Photography Review
Image Credits: Digital Photography Review
Image Credits: Digital Photography Review
Image Credits: Digital Photography Review

Nikon Z 7II mirrorless camera has an ultra-high resolution of 45.7 megapixels

Bursting with 45.7 megapixels, the Nikon Z 7II mirrorless camera is for those who love to capture every detail in photos and videos. And it features two EXPEED six engines for faster image processing and a quick overall speed. The camera produces bright whites and deep blacks for incredible stills and videos, from ISO 64 to 25,600. And it suits videos in 4K, so you won’t miss any details in front of you. Furthermore, the Nikon Z 7II is equipped with two card clots: CFexpress/XQD and SD. Therefore, you can choose a format to suit you. The camera puts you in control of photography sessions. In particular, it features a 493-point Hybrid AF system with improvements to light performance. Finally, the camera also has the option for Eye-Detection AF. Overall, it delivers exceptional stills and videos in a variety of conditions.

Nikon Z 7II mirrorless camera has an ultra-high resolution of 45.7 megapixels
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.1/10
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Discovered on Feb 13, 2021, 2:58 am EST
Discovered by Amy Poole
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The camera can see your subject in the dark!