Nikon strives to increase its presence with remarkable products in the mirrorless camera segment. The Nikon Z50 mirrorless camera will be the company’s first DX format camera in this segment.
Using the slightly smaller DX format APS-C sensor, the Nikon Z50 also cuts the cost, slightly below the Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras. Even with the lens, the Z50 is more suited to its brothers and is aimed at more Instagram phenomena and high-end video quality.
Featuring 20.9MP CMOS sensor, the Nikon Z50 is able to shoot 11fps continuously when auto focus is on. The 209-point auto focus can cover 87 percent of the frame horizontally and 85 percent vertically. With eye focus, you can switch between multiple people. The ISO range is 100-51200 and can be focused at -4EV in low light conditions.
4K 30fps and Full HD 120fps slow-motion model can share them over WiFi. This is a first in the Nikon cameras. The built-in time-lapse also lets you edit photos at a certain level.
The 3.2-inch LCD screen rotates downwards, eliminating many settings while taking self-timer to prevent accidents. The electronic viewfinder with 2.36 million dots is not forgotten. The Z-slot support further improves the image quality. However, there is no image stabilization integrated in the housing.
The Nikon Z50 has a price tag of $ 859. It will be $ 1000 with a 16-50mm f / 3.5-6.3 VR lens, and $ 1350 with a 50-250mm f / 4.5-6.3 VR lens. The Nikkor Z 58mm f / 0.95 S Noct lens will also be available at $ 8,000.