Nikon Z6 full-frame mirrorless camera arrives on November 16

Nikon unveiled its Z6 mirrorless camera back in August, and now it has finally announced an availability date: November 16. Once tomorrow rolls around, buyers in the US will be able to purchase Nikon's new full-frame mirrorless offering, giving them a pro-tier alternative to bulky DSLRs.

The Nikon Z6 was announced alongside the Nikon Z7 camera, this offering a 24.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with a huge 100 to 51,200 ISO range, 12fps continuous shooting support at the highest resolution, and five-axis in-camera vibration reduction.

Notable features roll on from there, including support for full-frame 4K Ultra HD video recording, a quad VGA viewfinder with 3.6 million dots, and an overall lightweight design. Buyers have the option of purchasing only the camera body at $1,999.95 USD or the camera body and the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm F4 S lens for $2,599.95 USD.

Customers will be able to purchase the camera from retailers starting tomorrow. The company has introduced holiday promotions to coincide with the launch, namely a $100 discount on the Mount Adapter FTZ if it is purchased with either the Nikon Z6 or Nikon Z7 mirrorless cameras.

Nikon will also have a slew of other discounts on DSLRs, some lenses, and more. Customers will be able to get the Nikon D7200 DSLR body-only camera for $799.95 USD, for example, which is a $300 discount over the regular price. Various lens and lens kit discounts offer savings ranging from $100 to $1,229.95 USD.