Nikon Z5 Introduction
In today’s morning, Nikon announced its new full-frame mirrorless camera, the Z5, making it the most user-friendly in the range.
The device features a 24.3-megapixel CMOS, Expeed 6 processor, a NIKKOR 24-50mm f/4-6.3 lens in the package, a 273-point hybrid AF system, 3.69-megapixel electronic viewfinder, and a 3.2-inch LCD.
This lens is the lightest and shortest full-frame mirrorless zoom head available, and as a result, the Z5 is also relatively lightweight, weighing only 870g. The Z5 will be the first to be sold as a set, not as a body.
Other highlights also include, comes with dual UHS-II SD card slot, support USB power supply, battery life 470 sheets. Of course, comparing the Z6/Z7, the Nikon Z5’s bigger shortcomings are video shooting and continuous shooting, i.e. 1.7x cropping and 4.5 frames/sec continuous shooting speed at 4K.
Nikon Z5 Video Fearues
- 231 point phase-detect autofocus
- 4K UHD/30p
- Optical VR image stabilization and electronic Vibration Reduction
- Creative Picture Controls
- Focus Peaking
- Capture stills while recording
Nikon Z5 Prices are $1,399 (about ₹1,04,500) for the Z5 alone, $1,699 (about ₹1,26,800) for the 24-50mm f/4-6.3 kit, and $2,199 (about ₹1,64,000) for the 24-200mm kit, which will be available later this summer.