A close-up of a Nikon Z series mirrorless camera with no lens attached. The camera body is black and features various labeled buttons, a textured grip on the left side, and a prominent electronic viewfinder at the top. The sensor is visible in the lens mount.

The Nikon Z6 III’s peak dynamic range can’t keep pace with its predecessor, the Z6 II. The gap isn’t minor, either. But how much does it matter, and does it mean photographers should opt for the older model?

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