Nikon's Z 6 and Z 7 mirrorless cameras are here to eat Sony's lunch

After resisting for years, Nikon's finally launching its own full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Z 6 and Z 7, to compete with Sony's ever popular Alpha cameras.
The new Nikon Z cameras are a big step forward for the established camera company. Though its DSLRs will no doubt continue to be its bread and butter for years, as Sony has proven, mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras that are smaller, lighter and better for shooting video are the future.
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One look at the pricing for the cameras and it's clear they're not for amateur photographers. The Z 6 (body-only) will cost $2,000 when it's released in November and the Z 7 (body-only) will cost $4,000 when it launches on Sept. 27. Read more... More about Cameras , Mirrorless , Nikon , Tech , and Consumer Tech

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