Published Mar 17, 2021
With a 24MP full-frame sensor and 4K video capture, the Nikon Z6 II is a versatile stills and video-capable camera, which offers a powerful feature set for photographers and filmmakers alike. The Z6 II also offers user-friendly ergonomics and extensive weather-sealing, making it a perfect camera for travel and use in tough environments.
In this video, photographer Taylor Jackson takes the Nikon Z6 II deep into the mountains of Washington State to see what it can do.
Sample gallery by Taylor Jackson
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