Nikon unveiled the relatively affordable Z6 full frame mirrorless camera earlier this year. It will be a good option for those looking for a camera of this sort without shelling out close to $3,500 for the company’s Z7 camera. Nikon has confirmed today that the Z6 camera will be available for purchase starting November 16th.


Customers will be able to purchase the Z6 in body only form for $2,000. If they want it with the 24-70mm f/4 S lens then they will have to pay $2,600. The camera has a 24.5 megapixel full frame sensor with 100-51,200 native ISO, 273 autofocus points, 12 fps continuous shooting, and 4K video.

It shares many features with the more expensive Nikon Z6. They both feature 5 axis in-body stabilization and vibration reduction as well as the same menu UI. They also have support for Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi. The Z6 only supports Sony’s XQD memory cards with the one slot that it has but support for CFexpress Type B card will eventually arrive as well.

The Nikon Z6 also features dedicated headphone and microphone ports so it’s a good option for videographers as well. There 4K video support at 30fps and 1280fps at 1080p. Nikon will begin selling the Z6 starting November 16th.

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