Recently DxOMark announced the sensor evaluation of the Nikon Z7 II full-frame mirrorless camera. This camera was released at the end of 2020, equipped with 45.7 million pixels BSI back-illuminated CMOS , supports 5-axis anti-shake, and can perform 4K 60p video shooting. The camera’s sensor score is 100 points, which is tied for third place with cameras such as Sony A7R III and Nikon D850. At the same time, it is 1 point higher than the previous generation Nikon Z7.
Judging from the scoring results, this camera has a maximum color depth of 26.3bits, a maximum dynamic range of 14.7EV , and excellent noise performance.
The sensor of the Nikon Z7 II provides a native ISO 64 sensitivity and supports expansion to ISO 32. At the lowest sensitivity, the dynamic range of this sensor surpasses Sony A7R IV and Canon EOS R5, and the dynamic range also exceeds EOS R5 at higher sensitivity.
In terms of noise, the noise level of the Nikon Z7 II is very low at low ISO, reaching a peak of 47dB at ISO 64, while the Sony A7R IV reaches 45.9dB at ISO 50/100. At ISO 400 and above, Nikon’s low noise is not as good as the other two cameras, but not much different.
Naijatechnews learned that the Nikon Z7 II mirrorless camera has a continuous shooting speed of 10fps, has a 3.69 million-dot viewfinder and a 2.1 million-dot LCD touch screen. The camera is upgraded to dual card slots, compatible with CFe/XQD and SD cards, and supports WiFi and Bluetooth connections.