Nikon Z7 II
The Nikon Z7 II is the first, slight revision of the initial Z7. The basis still remain a 45-megapixel sensor, combined with now two EXPEED 6 image processors, which among other things enable faster bursts and 4K videos at up to 60 fps. After all, Nikon reduced the MSRP compared to the first Z7 in most markets.
In addition to XQD and CFexpress, SD memory cards are now also supported. In particular, filmmakers and photographers who seldom make use of the burst mode are now offered a much more cost-effective alternative.
Meanwhile, CFexpress memory cards are particularly suitable for those who want to get the maximum speed out of their Z7 II - or looking for read speeds of well over 300 MB/s on their PC or Mac. The fastest CFexpress cards work almost 50 per cent faster than the best SD memory cards. Nevertheless, caution is advised, because some CFexpress and XQD cards are slower than the best SD memory cards, but often more expensive at the same time.