Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II boast dual processors and gain a second card slot: Digital Photography Review
Nikon has updated its full-frame mirrorless Z series with two second-gen camera bodies: the Z6 II and Z7 II. Both will offer dual Expeed 6 processors to boost buffer performance and top continuous shooting speeds, and each camera gains a second UHS-II SD card slot to complement the existing CFexpress/XQD slot. They’re scheduled to arrive at the end of this year.With the additional processing power, the Z7 II can shoot at up to 10 fps (compared to 9 fps in the Z7) and the Z6 II shoots at up to 14 fps (up from 12 fps in the Z6). Each camera’s buffer capacity is improved substantially as well: in the Z7 II’s case it can capture around three times as many images as the Z7. Maximum frame rate for internally recorded 4K gets a boost to 60p; a feature that will be included in the Z7 II when…
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