Logo Logo
deutsch
directory schraeg
Knowledge
Codecs
Hardware
Camcorders· Cinema-Kamera· Computers· Drohnen· GPU· Kamera-Zubehör· Video-DSLR· accessories
Software
Compositing· Color correction· DV Editing
DV-Movies

HowTo
Shooting· Sound
Misc
Forschung· Reviews· Streaming
/// News
Nikon Z6II and Z7II with Dual Card Slots and for the first time external Blackmagic Raw Support

Nikon Z6II and Z7II with Dual Card Slots and for the first time external Blackmagic Raw Support

[13:03 wed,14.October 2020   by ]    

The second generation of mirrorless full format cameras Nikon Z6 / Z7 is announced. Both cameras now feature two combined EXPEED 6 image processors each as well as a second memory card slot that can accept UHS-II SD cards; the other card slot is still for XQD or CFexpress cards.

Z6II




As a new feature for filmmakers, the cameras offer 4K 60p recording, but with limitations -- it will only be possible internally and in a DX/APS-C crop on the Z 6II. The Z 7II will read almost the entire sensor, and will also support 60p at the factory, while the Z 6II will have to wait for a firmware update, which is scheduled for release in February 2021.

For the first time, both the Nikon Z6II and Z7II will now support Blackmagic RAW on the Video Assist 12G HDR recorder, in addition to the already established external ProResProRes im Glossar erklärt Raw recording via Atomos Ninja V after a paid firmware upgrade. Here we are already very excited about the implementation.

Z6_Atomos


Also added is the option to film in HDR with extended dynamic range in the form of HLG (Hyper Log Gamma), which can now be recorded externally in 10bit.
The autofocus functions have been improved by making eye AF and animal recognition AF available for video recording. When focusing manually, the direction of rotation of the focusing ring can be freely selected.

The key data of the cameras remain otherwise largely the same. The Z 6II with its full format sensor with 24.5 MP is aimed more at users with an affinity for video, while the Z 7II with its higher 45.7 MP resolution is primarily aimed at photographers.

nikon_Z6II_dual_cardslot
Now with dual cardslot


Those who had hoped for internal 10-bit log recording unfortunately went away empty-handed with this rather moderate Nikon upgrade. So the question remains, when Nikon will catch up to the Panasonic, Canon and Sony competition ...

The Nikon Z 7II is expected to be available in stores from the beginning of December 2020 and the Z 6II from the beginning of November 2020. The housing prices are 2,143.56 Euro for the Z 6II and 3,313.31 Euro for the Z 7II. The cameras are also offered in various kit combinations, including the bayonet adapter FTZ, in order to use the classic Nikkor F lenses in addition to Z lenses.



deutsche Version dieser Seite: Nikon Z6II und Z7II mit Dual Card Slots und erstmalig externem Blackmagic Raw Support

  

  Vorige News lesen Nächste News lesen 
bildRED KOMODO 6K - jetzt bestellbar bildManfrotto Hintergrund-Kit Chroma Key FX: Transportabler Green-/Bluescreen mit großer Fläche


related news:1E0Blackmagic Web Presenter 4K: UltraHD live streaming from SDI to via USB, Ethernet, or cellular 30.July 2021
New Blackmagic HyperDeck Studio Recorders Record H.264, ProRes and DNx 30.July 2021
Blackmagic introduces new Studio Cameras 4K Plus / 4K Pro 29.July 2021
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17.2.2 brings BRAW 2.1 support and other improvements 6.July 2021
Blackmagic RAW 2.1 available - with improvements for Premiere and Apple's M1 24.June 2021
Blackmagic RAW soon also for the Panasonic LUMIX S1 and S5 23.June 2021
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17.2.1 update brings improvements and bug fixes 3.June 2021
alle Newsmeldungen zum Thema NLE editing cards
1E0Nikon Z fc - mirrorless camera for retro fans 29.June 2021
Amazing applications for the slashCAM reader test of the Nikon Z6 II 15.June 2021
New Nikkor Z lenses - macros soon, pancakes later 4.June 2021
New firmware for Nikon Z 5, Z 6, Z 50, Z 6II and Z 7II improves autofocus performance, among others 30.April 2021
Blackmagic RAW for Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II is here (- via BMD Video Assist) 12.March 2021
Nikon announces upcoming Z 9 with 8K recording 10.March 2021
Nikon: New, free image and video editing software NX-Studio incl. metadata support 4.March 2021
alle Newsmeldungen zum Thema Nikon
1E0New Blackmagic HyperDeck Studio Recorders Record H.264, ProRes and DNx 30.July 2021
New firmware for Panasonic S1H, S1R, S1, S5 brings support for BRAW and DJI's Active Track with 13.July 2021
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17.2.2 brings BRAW 2.1 support and other improvements 6.July 2021
Blackmagic RAW 2.1 available - with improvements for Premiere and Apple's M1 24.June 2021
Blackmagic RAW soon also for the Panasonic LUMIX S1 and S5 23.June 2021
Leica SL2-S with improved video AF and internal 4K 10 bit 60p recording (H.265) 7.May 2021
Atomos launches new Ninja options with 4K120p, 8Kp30 and HEVC /H.265 28.April 2021
alle Newsmeldungen zum Thema Codecs


[nach oben]
















Archiv Newsmeldungen

2021

August - July - June - May - April - March - February - January

2020
December - November - October - September - August - July - June - May - April - March - February - January

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000






































deutsche Version dieser Seite: Nikon Z6II und Z7II mit Dual Card Slots und erstmalig externem Blackmagic Raw Support



last update : 5.August 2021 - 18:02 - slashCAM is a project by channelunit GmbH- mail : slashcam@--antispam:7465--slashcam.de - deutsche Version