Nikon Introduce Z50 - APS-C Mirrorless Camera

Nikon has introduced their first APS-C mirrorless camera, the Z50.

Nikon Z50 comes with 21 megapixels with ISO 100 to 51200 sensitivity levels. The sensor that does not have an in-body image stabilizer is paired with Expeed 6 image processing processor.

The Z50 design is somewhat similar to Nikon Z6 and Z7, both using a DSLR-style body concept with an electronic viewfinder (EVF) along with a pop-up flash.

The OLED panel EFV was 2.36-megapixel resolutions. Image shooting can also be done with a 3.2-inch touch screen that can be rotated up to 180 degrees down.

This new mirrorless camera is also capable of burst shooting at speeds up to 11 FPS with continuous AF. Video formats supported up to 4K UHD with frame rates of 24 FPS and 30 FPS. Meanwhile, a Full HD resolution video is available up to 120 FPS.

The battery used is the new type of EN-EL25 with a rating of 300 shots per charge. Charging the battery can be done inside the camera via the micro-USB port. In the battery compartment, you will found an SD card slot with UHS-II support.

Enjoy the video below to see it in action:

Nikon Z50 Video
Nikon Z50 is planned to go on sale in November and the price will be set at US $859 (body only).

Nikon Introduce Z50 - APS-C Mirrorless Camera Nikon Introduce Z50 - APS-C Mirrorless Camera Reviewed by TechCinema on 10/16/2019 Rating: 5