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.
Price & Release date:
- Nikon Z5 Body – $1,399.95 – Release date in August
- NIKKOR Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 Lens – $399.95 – Release date in August
- Z Teleconverter TC-1.4X – $549.95 – Release date in August
- Z Teleconverter TC-2.0X – $599.95 – Release date in August
In the first half of 2020, Nikon announced two new DSLR cameras: Nikon D6 and Nikon D780, now it is time for Nikon Z-mount mirrorless cameras. Currently, Nikon has a total of 8 unannounced camera code, according to latest rumors, Nikon will soon announce two new Z-mount mirrorless cameras in next few weeks:
The long awaited Nikon D6 flagship full frame DSLR camera will be shipping in early May, 2020, according to Nikon Canada photographer Brad Hill. Currently still no info about release date in US, you can pre-order Nikon D6 at B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon.
From Brad Hill:
Earlier today I received “the call” – that is, the phone call informing me that the Nikon D6 (including mine) will be shipping out in Canada in the first week of May. And that’s May 2020, not 2021! 😉
As previously reported on this blog, the D6 will be one of the four Nikon products that I will be doing a detailed field test and review of in 2020. I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on a D6 – in some ways we know very little about the actual implementation of some of the new features (e.g., compared to the D5 just how much better is the autofocus system…and how much better IS the ISO performance…and…how well are the “advanced customization” features executed and how much will they help me in the field?), but I do think – and hope – some of the many “tweaks” to the camera work well for me…