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.
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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