It's always expected that older camera models will get discounted in the Black Friday camera deals (opens in new tab), but the Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II aren't even on sale yet – and they've already received a $200 discount!
If you weren't already tempted by these brilliant full-frame mirrorless cameras, you can get the Nikon Z6 II with FTZ adapter for just $2,046.90 (opens in new tab) (down from regular $2,246.90 retail price) or the Nikon Z7 II with FTZ adapter for only $3,046.90 (opens in new tab) (reduced from its $3,246.90 SRP).
These early Nikon Black Friday deals (opens in new tab) each come with the FTZ mount adapter, which enables you to upgrade from your DSLR kit and keep using your F-mount lenses (or, alternatively, save money by buying F-mount glass instead of the more expensive Z-mount versions!).
Nikon Z6 II with FTZ adapter: $2,046.90 (was $2,246.90) (opens in new tab)
With a 24.5MP sensor that can shoot 14fps stills and 4K 60p video (with the first firmware update), along with dual memory card slots, this is an all-purpose performer.
Nikon Z7 II with FTZ adapter: $3,046.90 (was $3,246.90) (opens in new tab)
If you need more megapixels, this 45.7MP monster shoots 10fps, takes 4K 60p footage and packs two memory cards for premium powerhouse pictures and video.
The Nikon Z6 II (opens in new tab) and Nikon Z7 II (opens in new tab) are the second-generation updates of the original Z6 and Z7 models. Both cameras now benefit from dual processors and dual memory card slots, along with increased continuous shooting speeds (and increased buffer depth).
They also get a boost to 4K 60p video (the Z7 II will have this out of the box, while the Z6 II receives it in the first firmware update in February), and can now be charged via USB-C – including 'hot charging' while shooting!
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