The Nikon Z6 was the first mirrorless full-frame camera, along with the Z7, announced by Nikon in 2018.
The Z6 features a BSI sensor with 24.5 megapixel, 273 phase detection points and a sensitivity range of 100 to 204800 ISO. There is in-body 5-axis stabilisation and the camera can record 4K video up to 30p, and provides a 10-bit 4:2:2 signal via the HDMI port. The burst speed goes up to 12fps. The camera includes a touch screen and a high resolution EVF. It has a single XQD card slot.
- Announcement date: August 23rd 2018
- Release date: November 2018
In this article, we’ve included a selection of sample images taken with the Nikon Z6 and various lenses (native and adapted) since we bought it in early 2019. At the bottom of the post you will find links to download original RAW and JPG files.
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Nikon Z6 Sample Images
The following is a selection of twenty Nikon Z6 sample photos. They are RAW files edited in Lightroom Classic CC and converted to JPGs. Shooting data and extra information are available for each image.
SOOC JPG and RAW Samples to Download
The links below will take you to a selection of RAW files and straight-out-of-camera JPGs for you to download. (Note that Nikon RAW files are called .NEF)
Nikon Z6 Comparisons
If you’re curious to find out more about the Nikon Z6 and how it performs side by side with other mirrorless cameras, you can read the following articles:
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