Recommended Nikon Z6 II Settings

The second-generation Nikon Z6 II is a general-purpose camera aimed for portraiture, event, action, and everyday photography needs. While the Z6 II shares the body and ergonomics of its predecessor, there are numerous internal changes that have been implemented to make it a very compelling choice among mirrorless cameras today. Although the base specifications of the camera stayed the same (same 24.5 MP sensor, IBIS, etc), Nikon significantly improved the processing power of the camera by using dual EXPEED 6 processors, improved viewfinder blackout, significantly increased the camera buffer, added an SD UHS-II memory card slot, and delivered a number of important firmware improvements (for more information, see my Nikon Z6 II vs Z6 comparison). In this article, I will provide detailed information on what settings I recommend for the Nikon Z6 II and explain what some of the camera buttons and controls do.The second-generation Nikon Z6 II is a general-purpose camera aimed for portraiture, event, action, and everyday photography needs. While the Z6 II shares the body and ergonomics of its predecessor, there are numerous internal changes that have been implemented to make it a very compelling choice among mirrorless cameras today. Although the base specifications of the camera stayed the same (same 24.5 MP sensor, IBIS, etc), Nikon significantly improved the processing power of the camera by using dual EXPEED 6 processors, improved viewfinder blackout, significantly increased the camera buffer, added an SD UHS-II memory card slot, and delivered a number of important firmware improvements (for more information, see my Nikon Z6 II vs Z6 comparison). In this article, I will provide detailed information on what settings I recommend for the Nikon Z6 II and explain what some of the camera buttons and controls do.Read MorePhotography TutorialsPhotography Life

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