Nikon Z7 II Sensor Review (DxOMark): Nikon’s best Mirrorless Camera

 Kevin Carter has just posted a full sensor review of the newly released Nikon Z7 II (Amazon/B&H/ Adorama) at the

Nikon Z7 II achieved an overall DXOMARK sensor score of 100 points, which is a slight improvement over the model it replaces and is the best camera for full-frame sensors, alongside the likes of the Nikon D850 DSLR, the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R, and older Sony A7R III mirrorless models.

Nikon Z7 II Z7 Sony α7R IV S1R Canon EOS R5
Overall score 100 99 99 100 95
Color Sensitivity 26.3 26.3 26 26.4 25.3
Dynamic range 14.7 14.6 14.8 14.1 14.6
High ISO 2841 2668 3344 3525 3042

Here is the conclusion, “While the original Nikon Z7 sensor was an excellent performer, the camera itself received more than its fair share of criticism for adopting a single XQD card slot, and because it didn’t include a way to fit the optional battery back (with integrated controls). That’s been rectified with the Z7 II, and the inclusion of dual processors has allowed a number of other small but welcome advancesNoise levels, color accuracy, and dynamic range have all seen some slight improvement, making the Z7 II the best-performing mirrorless model in the Nikon lineup...”

Nikon Z7 II
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