The Nikon Z 50 is the latest mirrorless camera from the company and the first to offer a DX format (crop) sensor. Along with that smaller size is a smaller price, making it an intriguing option for photographers and videographers looking for a portable camera or a good backup option. This great video takes a first look at the new Z 50.
Coming to you from Andrew Marr, this excellent video takes a first look at the Nikon Z 50. The Z 50 is quite the interesting camera, as it offers Nikon's latest mirrorless tech in a very small package, and it comes in at just $850 (or only $1,200 in a kit with two lenses). Despite that low price, it offers a lot of great features that make it rather capable in a lot of situations. It comes with an impressive 11 fps continuous shooting rate, making it excellent for fast action and sports photography, 4K 30p video for filmmakers, a 209-point hybrid autofocus system, and a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body for anyone working in the elements. Altogether, the Z 50 looks to be a quite versatile camera for photographers and videographers alike that offers an affordable entry point to Nikon's new mirrorless system. Check out the video above for Marr's full thoughts.