Nikon Z6 vs Z6 II vs Z7 vs Z7 II – The 10 Main Differences

The Nikon Z6, which was announced in 2018, launched the full frame Z-mount system along with its sibling, the Z7. It was Nikon’s second attempt at building a mirrorless series after the failure of the 1 system. Despite a few downsides, the cameras proved excellent contenders and received several improvements via firmware updates.

Two years later, Nikon has released the mark II versions. Sadly there isn’t anything revolutionary about either model, but the various tweaks in performance do make the products more complete. Are the new cameras really worth buying compared to the mark I models? Let’s find out!

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Sony A7C vs A6600 – The 10 Main Differences

Up until now, the Sony A6XXX series has distinguished itself with its small and lightweight design. Despite having a reasonable size, the A7 series has always being larger, justifying the presence of a full-frame sensor, a larger EVF and other features.

With the A7C, the line between the A7 and AXXX series has been blurred. The new camera assumes the design of the A6XXX series and incorporates a 35mm format chip. So now we have two series that look alike, but are very different on the inside.

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Sony A7C vs A7 III – The 10 Main Differences

The A7 and A9 series consists of four separate models with a similar design, but different sensors and autofocus capabilities to fit different needs and market segments.

For the first time since the launch of the original A7, Sony has introduced a fifth model name and this time, it’s not about what is inside, but the how it looks on the outside. I wish I could tell you that the A7C has a completely new look, but instead Sony has taken the design of its APS-C cameras and fit a full frame sensor inside.

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