Earlier this year Nikon announced two new cameras in the form of the Nikon Z6 and Z7. The Nikon Z7 was launched a few months ago and if you recall, earlier this month it was reported that the Nikon Z6 would be launching this month. For those who are interested, you’ll be pleased to learn that the camera is now in stock.

The camera will be available from the likes of Adorama, B&H, and Amazon where it will be priced at roughly around $2,600 for the model with the kit-lens. For those who don’t need the kit lens and want the body-only, it will retail for around $2,000, making it cheaper than the Nikon Z7 which is the higher-end of the two.

In case you might have forgotten, the Nikon Z6 is also full-frame mirrorless camera. However it does differ from the Z7 in terms of specs where it seems to have a lower megapixel count of 24.5MP, which we reckon is still very good for most users. It will also feature 273 focus points, an ISO range of 100-51,200, a 3.2-inch touch LCD screen, and is capable of shooting at 12fps.

There is also built-in WiFi so that you can transfer photos to another device like your laptop or smartphone without the need for a cable.

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