I am still digesting the news, but these are the prices in the US: Z7 II, $3000 body only, actually down from the initial $3400 Z7 introductory price Z6 II, $2000 body only, same as that for the Z6 back in 2018 Both camera will have one XQD/CFexpress slot and one UHS-II SD slot. I kind of wish to have a dual use, SD or CFx Type A slot, but that didn't happen. This is their info-mercial video on YouTube: There is also an updated Z-mount lens roadmap through 2022. Apparently there will be a 85mm/f1.2, 400mm/f2.8 and 600mm/f4 lenses, although Nikon does not specify the maximum aperture. The implication is that a sports oriented Z body, perhaps in the same category as Sony's A9 II, is forthcoming, most likely in 2022 for the football/soccer World Cup.