The new announced Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II now finally available for pre-order at Amazon US.
After Nikon officially announced the new Z6 II and Z7 II, Atomos has just announced ProRes RAW support for both cameras. According to Atomos, Z6 II and Z7 II will be able to output up to 4Kp30 RAW over HDMI that will then be able to be recorded as ProRes RAW files when combined with the Atomos Ninja V monitor-recorder.
Along with Nikon Z6 II & Z7 II announcement, Nikon today also updated their Z-mount lens roadmap, add three new lenses: 85mm S-line Prime lens, 400mm S-line Prime lens, 600mm S-line Prime lens.
Nikon has officially announced the new Z6 II and Z7 II. The US price for Z6 II body is $1,999, check pre-order options at Amazon/B&H/Adorama, release date in November. Z7 II body is $2,999, check pre-order options at Amazon/B&H/Adorama, release date in December. The MB-N11 Battery Pack with vertical grip will be available in November 2020 for an SRP of $399.95. The WR-R11a and WR-R11b (sold separately) will be available in November 2020, and each will have an SRP of $199.95 for the controller only.
The Nikon D500 is Nikon’s latest flagship DX format DSLR camera released in 2016. D500 has two memory card slots, one CFexpress card slot, and the other is SD card slot that supports UHS-II. If you are going to shoot 4K video, sports photography, wildlife photography with D500, a fast card is a must. Otherwise, you’ll miss most of your shots waiting for the buffer to clear. Below are a list of top recommended UHS-II SD memory cards and CFexpress memory cards for Nikon D500 DSLR camera.
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The Nikon Z50 is Nikon’s first Z-mount APS-C mirrorless camera released in 2019. For video shooters, UHD 4K is supported along with Full HD recording, which can shoot at up to 120 fps for slow-motion playback. In order to max use of Nikon Z50, you’d better to get a fast memory card for Z50. Unlike Nikon Z6 & Z7, Nikon Z50 has one SD card slot, can support UHS-II SD memory cards, here are recommended memory cards for Nikon Z50.