Nikon has unveiled two new cameras, the direct successors to their first two full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Nikon Z6, and Z7. the new cameras offer dual card slots, dual processing engines, better autofocus with improved eye detection, improved video performance, faster FPS with a larger buffer. The Z 6II is a full-frame mirrorless camera that supports superior video performance. The Z 6II supports 4K UHD up to 30p and full-HD up to 120p. Eye-Detection AF and Animal-Detection AF can be used with video recording. Adoption of Dual EXPEED 6 increases the continuous shooting rate from the approximately 12 fps possible with the Z 6 to approximately 14 fps. The USB power delivery function can be used not only to charge the camera’s battery but also to deliver power when the camera is turned on. The new camera offer superior dust- and drip-resistance.