Nikon Unveils the Nikon Z f
Nikon has officially unveiled its latest masterpiece in the world of photography, the Nikon Z f. This full-frame mirrorless camera pays homage to the iconic film camera, the EM2, with a traditional design that marries classic aesthetics with cutting-edge technology.
The heart of the Nikon Z f is its powerful sensor and image processor combo. Equipped with a full-frame 24.5-megapixel FX-format sensor and the EXPEED 7 image processor, this camera promises exceptional image quality and performance. Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or a professional, the Z f is ready to capture your creative vision.
One of the standout features of this camera is its attention to detail in design. Crafted with a magnesium alloy body and adorned with brass dials, shutters, and switches, it exudes a timeless elegance that photographers will appreciate. The “Flat Monochrome” and “Deep Tone Monochrome” calibrated photo/video selectors, along with a dedicated black and white function, provide photographers with creative options for stunning monochrome shots.
The Nikon Zf ensures you have ample versatility with its lens options. It’s available in several configurations, including the body-only option for $2,000, the Z f + 40mm SE Kit for $2,240, and the Z f + 24-70mm Kit for $2,600. This means you can pick the setup that suits your photography style and needs.
Photographers will appreciate the convenience and innovation packed into this camera. It features a 3.69-million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder, delivering crisp and vibrant visuals. With 273 focus points and five-axis stabilization, the Z f ensures your shots are sharp and steady, even in challenging conditions.
For videographers, the Nikon Zf is no slouch either. It supports 4K video recording at 60 frames per second, giving you the tools to create stunning high-quality videos.
Weighing in at just about 710g, the Z f is remarkably portable, making it an ideal companion for photographers on the move. It also supports one SD card and boasts a flip-up screen, adding to its convenience and flexibility.