The Nikon Z7 II mirrorless camera is the high-megapixel sequel to Nikon’s first-generation Z7 camera, which is scheduled to be unveiled in October 2020. It has a sensor with 45 megapixels and a basic ISO of 64, which together produce images with a high level of detail and dynamic range.

It is not a low-cost camera, with the body alone costing $3000 (check the most recent prices). However, the previous Z7 sold for $3,400 for the body only when it was originally introduced, so in response to the competition, Nikon has been able to drop the price slightly.