The A7 III is getting some good competition for the title of best mirrorless camera from the Nikon Z6. The Z6 new mirrorless camera offers high burst shooting, 4K video recording, 35.9x23.9 sensor size for optimal image quality, great autofocus performance and hand grips to make the camera comfortable to hold.\r\n\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Nikon Z6\r\nLaunching alongside the Z6\/Z7 for the first time are three lenses in Nikon\u2019s new S-Line. You\u2019ll like Nikon\u2019s new full-frame camera because it improves on everything that made the Nikon D750 so loved and even gives its older brother, the Z7, a run for its money in terms of performance and design.\r\n\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nNikon uses the touchscreen much better than the Sony A7 III by allowing you to go over the menu and setting instead of just choosing focus points, which is nice. The Z6 Nikon has a 24.5MP back-illuminated CMOS full-frame sensor. This image sensor thus offers excellent image quality even in high ISO performance. The Z6 offers 4K video quality, but you will need to send your camera to a service centre for a paid upgrade to your video camera for raw video shooting.\r\nDesign\r\nThe Z6 has a 273-point autofocus system (where the Nikon Z7 has a 493-point system) and AF Mode has a choice of Auto-Area, Wide-Area, and Single-Point options. The Z6 also has a continuous AF mode where a focusing mode allows you to select additional AF points on top of the active one. The camera body is nice to hold thanks to the hand grips on either side. If portability is your deciding factor in a camera, consider the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II. F-mount lenses on the Z6 are possible via the FTZ adapter. To change settings you hold down the desired button and use the mode dial to make the change.\r\nValue\r\nBattery life on the Z6 Nikon is 310 shots, burst rate is 12fps, and while Nikon DSLR lenses have image stabilization, (think of a camera like the Canon Eos R) the new Z mirrorless camera invokes an in-camera system. The Nikon Z has only one XQD card slot instead of two SD card slots like other mirrorless cameras and focusing drops slightly in low light. The Panasonic Lumix G7 can offer you the traditional SD card slot if you really need it.\r\nNikon Z6 Wrap Up\r\nAs far as full-frame mirrorless cameras are concerned the Nikon Z cameras are top notch. Like the Nikon D750, this new camera looks to be gaining as much love. Nikon has come a long way since the Nikon F and the Z series cameras are continuing in Nikon\u2019s high-performance tradition.