Nikon won the Red Dot Award including Z50 and Z 58mm F0.95

   The “Red Dot Product Design Award” has a history of about 65 years and is an influential design award. “Red Dot Product Design Award 2020: Red Dot Award” has more than 6,500 products from 60 countries participating in the competition, which is reviewed by well-known design experts according to standards such as innovation, functionality, ergonomics and durability . Nikon’s mirrorless Z50, large-aperture manual focus fixed-focus lens NIKKOR Z58mmf/0.95SNoct won the “Red Dot Product Design Award 2020: Red Dot Award” issued by the German design association DesignZentrumNordrheinWestfalen.

  Mirrorless single camera Nikon Z50

Nikon won the Red Dot Award including Z50 and Z 58mm F0.95

  Nikon Z50

  Z50 is a Nikon APS-C size digital mirrorless camera. It inherits the exquisite design, operability, reliability, and future development of the system of the “Nikon Z7” and “Nikon Z6” launched in 2018, condensing good rendering performance and rich expressive power into small, lightweight, Among the sturdy fuselage.

   The Nikon Z50 uses a 20.88 million effective pixel APS-C format CMOS image sensor, which can shoot up to 5568*3712 size still photos and supports up to 3840*2160, 30p specifications 4K video. The body sensitivity range is ISO100-51200, the highest can be expanded to ISO204800, and the shutter speed is 1/4000-30 seconds. The focusing system adopts 209-point phase difference detection + contrast detection hybrid autofocus, supports eye detection focusing function, and the maximum continuous shooting speed is about 11 frames/sec.

  •Large aperture manual focus fixed focal lens NIKKOR Z58mmf/0.95SNoct.

Nikon won the Red Dot Award including Z50 and Z 58mm F0.95

   NIKKOR Z58mmf /0.95SNoct

   NIKKOR Z58mmf/0.95SNoct is the symbol of the NIKKOR Z mount high optical performance lens. It utilizes the flexible lens design provided by the combination of a 55mm large-diameter Z mount and a 16mm flange distance to obtain a bright and large aperture of f/0.95. It also uses a more complex 17-element optical structure in 10 groups, including as many as 4 low-dispersion ED lenses, 3 aspherical lenses, nano-crystalline coating and fluorine-coated front lens, which can be described as luxurious materials . In addition, this lens also has 11 built-in circular aperture blades, and the closest focusing distance is 50cm.

  Editor’s point of view

   The awards for these two products signify support for Nikon’s products on multiple levels such as performance and design. The winning products will start on June 22, 2020 Exhibited in a special exhibition at the Red Dot Design Museum.

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