This camera is built for Nikon’s full-frame Z-mount system and designed to give you optimum performance in a compact build. It’s compatible with Z-mount lenses, but VR enabled F-mount lenses can also be used with an FTZ Mount Adaptor.
An EXPEED 6 processor allows continuous RAW shooting at nine frames per second, and when combined with the 45.7MP FX-Format BSI CMOS sensor, a 35mm full- frame, backlit sensor with no optical low-pass filter, you’ll have a native range of ISO 64-25,600 that’s expandable to ISO 32-102,400.
The Nikon Z7 simply captures more light.
It also sports an advanced autofocus system. A 493-point phase detection system that covers 90 percent of the vertical and horizontal image area and tracks out to the edges of each frame. Hybrid Autofocus mode (especially handy for video) toggles automatically between phase and contrast detect systems, while focus peaking helps you stay zeroed in on your subject. Joystick control makes selecting focus easy and fun.
Your time-lapses will have 9,999 exposures for in both 4K (in camera) and 8K (in Interval Timer Mode), and 10-bit data can be sent via HDMI cable. Zebra stripes will monitor overexposure.
It performs when capturing video, too, and will give you the option of 4K UHD at 24/25/30p or Full HD at 1080/120p. Nikon’s N-Log gamma makes flat footage look as dynamic as possible while the Electronic VR makes every handheld shot almost as smooth as a gimbal would. A built-in five-axis sensor vibration reduction system mitigates camera shake up to five stops to when using Z-mount lenses and up to three when using the FTZ Mount Adaptor. The camera has stereo recording capabilities, but attaching an external mic is simple via an eighth-inch output jack. An eighth-inch input jack lets you simultaneously monitor audio quality.
This professional piece is built to withstand rough handling and conditions. Its magnesium alloy body is weather-sealed, anti-slip, ergonomic, and designed for long shoots. Built-in Bluetooth and WiFi allow you to easily send images to your smart device or use it as a remote control. Shoot for hours with a battery that’s chargeable in-camera and lasts 310 shots per charge.