Nikon’s cheapest full-frame mirrorless Z5 released: lightweight body, dual SD cards
This article comes from Fast Technology
This morning, Nikon released its new full-frame mirrorless camera Z5, becoming the most People-friendly products.
Z5 uses 24.3 million pixel CMOS, Expeed 6 processor, kit is NIKKOR 24-50mm f/4-6.3 lens, 273-point hybrid AF focusing system, 3.69 million pixel electronic viewfinder, 3.2 inch LCD display.
This lens is currently the lightest and shortest full-frame mirrorless zoom lens. As a result, the Z5 is also relatively lightweight, weighing only 870g. However, the uncomfortable point is that the Z5 only sells kits in the early stage, not just the fuselage.
Other highlights include the built-in dual UHS-II SD card slots, USB power supply, and 470 battery life. Of course, compared with Z6/Z7, Nikon Z5’s major disadvantages are video shooting and continuous shooting, that is, 1.7x cropping and 4.5 frames per second continuous shooting speed in 4K.
In terms of price, Z5 stand-alone is $1399, 24-50mm f/4-6.3 kit is $1699, 24-200mm kit is $2199, later this summer On the market, the National Bank version is scheduled to announce the price tonight. Nikon also promised that it will launch the Nikkor Z 14-24 f/2.8S lens in the later stage to make up the Z system.
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