Nikon is offering the new Z50 a popular Z-series mirrorless camera for budget-conscious shoppers. Thursday's camera manufacturer says the Nikon Z50 is designed as a smaller, less expensive option for shoppers who want it. Mirrorless camera. To achieve this, the company has reduced the size of the camera to 14 ounces, but offers a 20.9 megapixel APS-C sensor to complement Hybrid-AF autofocus.
Nikon says the Z50 improves using EXPEED 6 image processing. Low light performance and ISO 51,200 can be used in various environments.
In front of the video, Nikon offers promising 4K recordings and up to 120p slow motion. Add to Scene Mode, which automatically adjusts video settings and special effects modes so you can do a lot of editing right on the camera.
Nodding in the smartphone-centric world, the Nikon Z50 comes with a flip 3.2-inch selfie screen so you can see yourself when you take a picture or take a video. In addition to
Nikon's Z50 has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that let you share images and videos or quickly transfer them to other devices.
In addition to the camera itself, Nikon was able to purchase two new lenses that can be used with the Z50 separately. The first is the Nikkor Z DX 16-50mm, which helps to take a variety of photos, from portraits to landscapes. Think of it as an everyday versatile lens.
Another lens, the Nikkor Z DX 50-250mm, offers telephoto shooting. However, because both lenses use the Nikon Z mount, which is also present on the Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7, the company promised the same performance on the Z50, even though it's "almost in a small form factor."
The Z50 is not a budget model, but it's cheap for amateur photographers who want to take advantage of the stunning scenes that can be captured with a mirrorless camera. Nikon also sells 1-lens or 2-lens bundles with cameras that raise prices to $ 1,000 or $ 1,350 respectively.
Nikon did not provide exact release dates for cameras and lenses, but will be available next month.