Nikon added two mirrorless cameras to its imaging portfolio in October 2020 — called Nikon Z6 || and Z7 ||. The Nikon Z6 II is the successor of the Nikon Z6 launched in 2018, and similarly, the Nikon Z7 II is an upgraded version of the Nikon Z7.
One of the ey highlights features of both Z6 II and Z7 II is the dual memory card slots. The feature comes handy for camera users so that one additional card can act as a back-up. Both of the cameras come with improved 4K video recording capabilities. The 4K technology for videos has become customary on cameras nowadays. In fact, camera makers have started shifting gingerly to 8K technology. Last year, Canon’s EOS R5 made headlines for its 8K RAW video capture.
Anyway, coming back to Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II, the company has released a setting guide for still photography for the cameras. The professional setting guide is detailed and descriptive which can help beginners to great extent as well as enhance professional skills. The setting guide explores photography tips and tricks such as subject-tracking AF, animal detection AF, flicker reduction, and more.
There are categories for different kinds of photography to help users. It includes landscapes, portraits, and sports photography. The Nikon’s guide help photographers to select focus mode, AF-area mode, monitor mode, vibration reduction setting among other things. This kind of setting guide allows users to learn and experiment with images.
Both the Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II are available in India. The Z6 II camera body is priced at Rs 1,64,995, and the Z7 II camera body comes for Rs 2,49,995. The cameras are compatible with the Nikon Webcam Utility. When using this feature with a USB-C cable, the camera can be charged while acting as a webcam. The Webcam Utility software is available for Mac as well as Windows and can be downloaded from Nikon’s official India website.