an unreleased Nikon camera numbered “N1933” was registered in Taiwan

   In October last year, Nikon officially released its first Z-mount APS-C format mirrorless single Z50. Later, foreign media also reported that Nikon will launch a slightly lower positioning. The Z30 and the high-end Z70. Recently, an unreleased Nikon camera numbered “N1933” was registered in Taiwan, China. Foreign media said that this camera may be officially unveiled before August.

an unreleased Nikon camera numbered “N1933” was registered in Taiwan

   Nikon Z card口APS-C frame micro-single hypothetical picture

   It can be noted in the certification form that the lens used in the certification test is ZDX16-50mmf/3.5-6.3VR, which is a piece for APS-C frame The lens used in the Z-mount camera has a newly registered EN-EL15c battery. This battery has a higher capacity than the 1900mAh EN-EL15b battery used in the Z6/Z7 on the full frame, and much higher than the Z50 The EN-EL25 of 1120mAh is used. The increase in battery capacity may mean that this camera has a higher positioning, so some foreign media speculate that the new battery may also be used for products with higher positioning.

  Editor’s point of view

   Nikon’s own APS-C mirrorless, both in the body and the lens, have a certain gap with competing products and urgently need to catch up. And this new APS-C format mirrorless single will bring us any surprises, such as equipped with anti-shake and the like. Earlier, Sony also had a number of high-pixel APS-C format sensors exposed. Will it be unveiled on this machine? Let us wait and see.

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