Nikon’s cheap micro-single Z 5 if there is no viewfinder, still buy it
The “affordable” version of the Nikon Professional Mirrorless Z 6, the Nikon Z 5, may have eliminated the viewfinder in its design, mainly to save costs, according to foreign media sources.
The Nikon Z 5 is a full-frame mirrorless single, positioned lower than the Z 6, and is expected to be released this year. It is reported that compared to the 24.6 million pixels of the Nikon Z 6, the Nikon Z5’s pixels are expected to increase to 30 million.
The Nikon Z 5 is positioned as a full-frame entry-level mirrorless unit, and the price should be lower than that of the Z 6, so in order to save costs, Nikon may choose to cancel the viewfinder, but in fact, for the mirrorless single In shooting, real-time view is indeed a relatively convenient and mainstream way. It may only be used when the light is more complicated and the real-time view is not clear, the user will use the viewfinder. Therefore, Nikon’s choice is understandable.
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