Nikon Z7 II Mirrorless Camera, 24-70mm f4 S Nikkor Z Lens & FTZ Adapter

  • New Or Secondhand: New
  • Screen Size: 3.2" Vari-Angle
  • Fitting: Nikon Z
  • Sensor Size: Full Frame Sensor
  • Resolution: 40-50MP
  • "In Body" Image Stabilization
  • 4K Movie

Product code: 74848 (4960759154262)

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Product Details

  • Megapixels pixels 45.8M
  • ISO sensitivity 64-25600
  • AF focus points 493
  • Maximum continuous shooting speed 10fps
  • Buffer capacity Approx. 77 shots
  • Number of shots per charge 360 shots (380 shots in power-saving mode)
  • EVF Approx. 369/ 0.80
  • Monitor 2100k-dot
  • Nikon Z Mount
  • Movie 4K60P
  • Dual card slots- Cfexpress/XQD + SD

No canvas too big. No detail too small.

Scrupulous attention to detail. A fearless work ethic. The skill to adapt. Meet the full-frame mirrorless camera that will match your passion for detail every step of the way. However you want to create with the light, the Nikon Z 7II gives you the power to realise your ideas perfectly.

Your craft, your passion

Let nothing stand between you and the uncompromising execution of your vision. From the small details that tell big stories, to expansive views portrayed in elaborate detail. From intricate portraits to cinematic action. Create freely, knowing you’ll see every detail and catch all you see.

More power, greater detail

With twin EXPEED processors at its heart, the Z 7II effortlessly meets the challenge of creating high-resolution full-frame images. You’ll benefit from greater dynamic range and cleaner performance across the wide ISO range. You’ll be able to focus with absolute tenacity—even when shooting in extremely low light.

Maximum speed and reliability

Dual card slots let you use UHS-II SD cards in one slot and XQD or ultra-fast CFexpress cards in the other. Configure the camera to use the cards for overflow or backup—or separate RAW files from JPEGs and stills from the video.

Ultra-wide, tack-sharp AF

The sensitive Hybrid AF system delivers wide, pin-sharp coverage and the camera returns to your selected focus point when it wakes from standby. Exposure metering down to -4 EV is available when shooting with an f/2 (or faster) lens.

Shoot faster for longer—in silence

Shooting speeds of up to 10 fps allow immense flexibility, while the deeper buffer and dual card slots let you keep shooting without interruption. Catch up to 200 full-res JPEGs, or 77 12-bit uncompressed RAW images, in one burst.

Stunning dynamic range

Textures, patterns, colours. The Z 7II delivers incredible dynamic range at both high and low ISO values. Tonal gradations are exceptionally smooth and skin tones are reproduced with stunning accuracy. The ability to shoot video at resolutions up to 4K/60p lets you portray dynamic scenes in mesmerising detail.

Precise tracking

Even small subjects can be tracked with precision. You can toggle tracking on and off via the shutter release or assign tracks to a camera or lens Fn button.

People and animals

Eye-Detection AF locks on to people’s eyes. Animal-Detection AF does the same for cats and dogs. Reliably focus on your subject’s eyes whether shooting stills or video.

The Nikon Z advantage

Nikon Z is the most advanced optical system Nikon has ever developed. The ultra-wide Z mount, coupled with an ever-expanding range of extraordinary NIKKOR Z lenses, lets you create with light like never before. Every lens, any aperture. Bright is brighter. Depth is deeper. Sharpness is sharper.

A viewfinder that keeps up

The high-definition 3690k-dot electronic viewfinder (EVF) gives you a smooth, uninterrupted view even when shooting at high speed. The high refresh rate greatly reduces blackout, so you’ll never lose sight of what’s in front of you.

Displays that adapt to you

Customisable info displays let you quickly adjust settings, or you can choose to disable the info display completely when shooting stills. If you flip out the monitor to shoot in Live View, the EVF automatically turns off to save power.

Maximum sharpness at small apertures

Creating images with a deep depth of field? The Z 7II counters the diffraction that can occur when you stop down a lens. From landscapes to cityscapes, you can shoot at smaller apertures without worrying about loss of definition.

Tough doesn’t begin to describe it

Rough terrain, harsh weather conditions, or on-set fog machines—the Z 7II doesn’t flinch. This mirrorless camera is forged from super-strong yet lightweight magnesium alloy and fully sealed against dust, dirt, and moisture. Go wherever your ideas take you and shoot comfortably when you get there.

More shots per charge

The Z 7II works in the most power‑efficient way possible and its new battery gives you more shots per charge. There’s also a power-saving mode for when you need it.

Power on

For long shoots, you can provide constant power to your camera (and even charge the battery) via a USB Type-C cable. Ideal if you’re shooting timelapse sequences.

Vertical shooting

Shooting portraits? The optional Power Battery Pack MB-N11 has controls for vertical shooting and offers a steady grip. You can hot-swap batteries without losing power.

Wireless control

Working with wireless lighting setups or shooting remotely? You can use the optional Wireless Remote WR-R11b and the long-range Wireless Remote Controller WR-1.

Update firmware via SnapBridge

Nikon’s ever-evolving SnapBridge app now lets you update your camera’s firmware via your smart device. You can also use the app to shoot stills and video remotely. Or to filter and share JPEGs or RAW files to any smart device or computer: you can add hashtags and copyright info right from the app.

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Product Reviews

based on 51 ratings This score is based on all expert and user reviews that TestFreaks has collected for this product. Reviews and scores are collected from more than 30 countries but only reviews in selected languages are shown below.

The Nikon Z7 II may seem like a "subtle" update to the original Z7, but it's offering a range of updates that make this camera an excellent all-round package. The addition of the SD card slot makes the camera more affordable and gives a backup option for those that need it, as well as making image...

TechRadar UK

The Nikon Z7 II is a subtle evolution of the original Z7, thanks to its two card slots and dual processors that boost its all-round performance. Elsewhere, it's wonderfully familiar territory, and the Nikon Z system is steadily growing.

Amateur Photographer

Nikon has a new full-frame high-resolution model in the Z-series, but how much better is it than its predecessor?

Amateur Photographer

Nikon's updated mirrorless twins gain dual card slots, enhanced autofocus and faster shooting speeds

Camera Jabber

By adding a second card slot, the Nikon Z7 II corrects the main concern that photographers have about the original Z7. Adding a second Expeed 6 processing engine also boosts the continuous shooting rate, takes 4K shooting to 60P, deepens the burst depth and enhances the low-light capability of the...

SLR Lounge

Although similar to its predecessor, the Nikon Z7 II is an excellent camera, perfected. For high-megapixel work where image quality and resolution are critical, in any shooting condition and any light, the Z7 II is highly recommended.

Camera Decision

First introduced in October 2020 , Nikon Z7 Mark II is a 46.0MP Pro Mirrorless camera with a Full frame (35.9 x 23.9 mm ) sized BSI-CMOS sensor, built-in Image Stabilization, weather sealed body, Tilting touch screen and Nikon Z lens mount. Nikon replaced the older Z7 with this model.

PC Magazine

The full-frame mirrorless Nikon Z 7 II is a bit faster than its predecessor and supports dual memory cards, both important for pros. Its autofocus isn't quite as futuristic as its rivals, but it undercuts them on price, and its 45MP image sensor is still one of the best around.


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Wex Photo Video

Having made the decision to purchase mirrorless and start the transition from SLR cameras, I must say the move to date has been worthwhile. Having been a Nikon user for many years I found the controls very familiar even if in slightly different positions.

Wex Photo Video

A nice upgrade from a Z6 and much better focus tracking.

DP Review

I am using this camera for a month and I am coming from Nikon D750. I waited to have a mature mirrorless before doing the jump, and it worth the waiting. What I need: I am a wedding/portrait and corporate photographer going to hybrid , so I am starting to do some corporate videos (not weddings).


Haven't had time to shoot with it yet. Too busy updating firmware on body and then found out I had to update firmware on FTZ adapter before the camera would work on F-mount lenses. Instructions on how to do this should have been included or at least a link to written instructions and YouTube video.


This is an outstanding for the hobbyists as well as a great tool for semi-pros or professionals.

DP Review

Since getting the Z 7II, i have had very little use of my D850... I did dust it off the other day to do a little side by side shooting between it with the 105 1.4 and the Z 7II also using the 105 1.4 via FTZ adapter.


much better that the first version, AF locks on and holds focus well, still has some blackout during CAF but much less that the first version. I would like to see the AF have 3d like tracking throughout the entire AF area modes. Faster frame rates in the next generation z (8/9) or version 3.

DP Review

I am shocked. I have been shooting outdoor fashion for over 20 years now and have owned every single Nikon Camera and Lens. Today I had a Lifestyle Fashion Shoot in the Snow. Model, Make-Up Artist, Stylist and Client.


Wow, both forwards and backwards! To be fair, I am replacing a D7100 with the Z7 II and the resolution and dynamic color range is amazing. Photographing a great blue heron the other day allowed me to capture the detail of its feathers, even with a drastic crop of the photo.


I have had a Z7 for 2 years and loved it. Used it with my D850, but I am a historic railroad writer and photographer and getting up and out of steam locomotives with the Z7 is a lot easier. I did miss the vertical grip, so having it on the Z7ii is a real welcome addition.

Had it a month or so now. Upgrade form D800E. Lens is lovely, Image stabilisation open up hand held. Was an issue at slow speeds on the D800e no issue here. Converter works well us with 200-500. Crisp sharp fast, All I need, Oh and A2 prints are great

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