Nikon Z 6II Video Recording Limits
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|Normal Frame Rates (59.94 fps or less)||30 minutes1|
|High Frame Rates (100 or 119.9 fps)||30 minutes1|
|Slow Motion||3 minutes2|
1 If the recording time reaches 29 minutes and 59 seconds, recording will stop automatically.
2 If the recording time reaches 2 minutes and 59 seconds, recording will stop automatically.
- Movies shot using [1920×1080; 30p ×4 (slow-motion)], for example, are recorded at a frame rate of 120p and play back at a rate of 30p. It takes around 10 seconds of recording to produce about 40 seconds of footage. Slow-motion movies can be used to view events of brief duration, such as a bat striking a ball, in slow motion.
- If the memory card has a capacity of over 32 GB, recording for each movie will continue up to the maximum movie length. Movies recorded to cards with capacities of 32 GB or less reach their maximum length when 4 GB of footage is recorded, and this is reflected in the value for time remaining shown in the monitor.
Source: Nikon Z 7II/Z 6II Online Manual > The i Menu > Movies