Nikon Z 7 Mirrorless Camera with NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f4 S Lens and FTZ Mount Adapter
The full-frame Nikon Z 7 mirrorless camera comes with an all-new large-diameter 55mm Z mount to accommodate a new generation of Nikon lenses. The Z 7 is the first of two cameras(Nikon Z 6) and delivers a 45.7MP FX-format CMOS sensor, EXPEED 6 image processing and 9 fps shooting. With advanced photography and video features, this camera is designed for professionals in both the field of photography and multimedia creation.
This kit includes both the new NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f4 S Lens and FTZ Mount Adapter, allowing compatibility with Nikon F-Mount lenses. The ultimate package for both new and current Nikon D-SLR users.
Nikon Z 7 Features:
- New large 55mm in diameter Z lens mount - 19% larger than the Nikon F-mount
- A backside illuminated 45.7MP Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor
- Hybrid AF system with 493 phase detection autofocus points across 90% of the imaging area
- The latest generation EXPEED 6 image processor and new Picture Control functionality
- A 3690k-dot OLED electronic viewfinder delivers 100% frame coverage and 0.8x magnification
- In-camera vibration reduction provides 5.0 stops of stability - a Nikon first
- Totally new and ergonomically designed magnesium alloy body
- Record 4K UHD/30p with full-pixel readout and also FHD/120p
- 4K N-log and 10 bit HDMI output
How good is the sensor?
The Z 7 has a new backside illumination Nikon FX-format 45.7 million CMOS sensor with built-in focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels. The combination of backside illumination and focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels will result in superior imaging performance.
What AF system does the Z 7 have?
The Z 7 uses a hybrid AF system with 493 focus points covering approximately 90% of the imaging area.
What lenses can be used with the Z 7?
The Z 7 can be used with the new Z series of NIKKOR lenses. View the three lenses currently available below.
The new FTZ mount adapter also assures compatibility with current Nikon F-Mount lenses. Check out the FTZ adapter here.
Is the Nikon Z 7 digital camera good for landscape photography?
The Z 7 has an ISO range of 64 to 25600 and the same weather sealing as the D850 making it ideal for landscape photography. However, the Z 7 also shoots up to 9 fps, plenty of power for sports and wildlife photography. The buffer is large enough to capture long sequences. The XQD format memory card storage features high capacity and quick read/write speeds capable of clearing that buffer with ease and storing lots of image data.
Does the it have a tilting screen?
Yes, the Z 7 has a tilting, touch operational, 8-cm/3.2-in., 2100k-dot screen.
What is the Z 7 like to handle?
The Z 7 has an ergonomic design unique to Nikon that enables intuitive operation. If you currently use Nikon D-SLRs you will be familiar with the the buttons and menus. The Z6 comes in at approx. 134 × 100.5 × 67.5 mm/5.3 × 4 × 2.7 in in size and approx. 675g/1 lb 7.9 oz.
Does the Z 7 have good creative features?
The Z 7 has a huge range of creature tools; Dream/Morning/Pop/Sunday/Somber/Dramatic/Silence/Bleached/Melancholic/Pure/Denim/Toy/Sepia/Blue/Red/Pink/Charcoal/Graphite/Binary/Carbon
Can the Z 7 be used for images and video?
The Z 7 has 4K UHD at 30fps with N-Log available. You can also continue to take still images whilst recording video.
How about time-lapse photography?
The Z 7 has got this covered as well with 4K UHD and Full-HD time-lapse options along with exposure smoothing and silent photography features.
What accessories are compatible with the Z 7?
There are a good range of accessories that are compatible with the Z 7. This includes the ME-1 Microphone, SB-5000 Speedlite, and WT-7 Wireless Transmitter.
Clifton Cameras Review of the Nikon Z 7
The Nikon Z 7 marks Nikon's entry into the full-frame mirrorless camera market and lines up as a direct competitor to the Sony A7R III. The major difference being the introduction of Nikon's new Z mount. This mount is 19% larger than current Nikon full-frame DSLRs like the D5.
The introduction of a new, wider, mount ushers in a new generation of lenses from Nikon that are able to capture more light and open up to wider apertures.
At 45.7MP this camera captures phenomenal detail in photos and video. We are especially excited about the incredible AF system that utilises 493 phase detection autofocus points across 90% of the sensor.
If you're a multimedia creator this camera should be on your shopping list. Photographers will appreciate the outstanding EVF that delivers 100% frame coverage, 3.690K dots resolution and 0.8x magnification.