Nikon Z6 Sensor Review (DxOMark)

Kevin Carter has just tested the newly released Nikon Z6 ( Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama) and posted a full review at the Nikon Z6 is Nikon’s first full frame mirrorless camera and it got a total score of 95, only one point below the Sony A7 III. It is a “must-have” when light levels tumble and high ISOs are the order of the day.

Conclusions from DxOMark:

With the introduction of the mirrorless Z 6, Nikon has adopted one of the best-performing full-frame 24 MP BSI-CMOS sensors. At base ISO, it has very good color and a wide dynamic range; additionally, the sensor has outstanding dynamic range at mid-ISO settings, and has particularly good low-light performance at high ISOs.

Even though it performs exceptionally well in our tests, the Z 6 is still only slightly ahead of the sensor in the 2014 Nikon D750. Nevertheless, while we can’t gauge the impact of its 273 on-chip phase-detection points, it also performs at a similarly high level to its closest rival, the Sony A7 III, sharing many similarities in performance (albeit with some subtle differences).


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