No EVF viewfinder, Nikon leaked the Z series APS-C mirrorless camera design
It’s been a while since Nikon will launch a new mirrorless camera. Earlier, it was rumored to launch a more entry-level APS-C mirrorless camera product, but the specific information on the appearance has not been revealed. Recently, overseas information websites published several design sketches. From the button layout to the appearance details, they are very similar to Nikon’s previous Z series mirrorless cameras, except that the design of the warship head is cancelled, so there is no EVF viewfinder.
Editor’s point of view:
Nikon Z series are the “newcomers” in the mirrorless camp, but the Z6 and Z7 cameras rely on excellent The picture quality and control let people see Nikon’s new wave of rising momentum. However, the current shortcoming of Nikon Z series products is that the lens group needs to be expanded. If the APS-C format products are to be launched, the corresponding lenses need to be further developed and produced. In fact, similar ideas can also be seen in Sony’s mirrorless products. The use of a unified E-mount idea to make APS-C and full-frame lenses can gain a good reputation. In addition, there are many similarities between the leaked appearance and the Sony A6xxx series. In the future, it depends on whether the performance and price can compete with Sony.
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