Both the Sony a7 III and Nikon Z 6II are relatively affordable hybrid full frame bodies, meant for professionals who need to be able to tackle multiple scenarios with ease. If you are wondering which of the two is right for you, this great video compares their performance to help you decide.
Coming to you from The Hybrid Shooter, this excellent video compares the Sony a7 III to the Nikon Z 6II. I was personally a huge fan of the a7 III when I reviewed it; it is an incredibly well-balanced camera at a very reasonable price, making it a great choice for a lot of different applications. On the other hand, while the original Nikon Z 6 had a bit of a tepid release, the Z 6II has been generally regarded as a solid, capable camera that can confidently handle most situations. When it comes to lens libraries, Sony's is definitely a bit more built out, but the Z mount lenses have been well received, and the FTZ adapter allows those who already have a collection of Nikon F mount lenses to fluidly transition into mirrorless. Both bodies look like capable performers. Check out the video above to see how the cameras compare to each other.