If you haven't yet taken the mirrorless camera plunge, before you buy, ask yourself if you've given the Nikon Z 50 enough thought. If you haven't, this video offers some reasons to do so before you make a move.
In this video from Gemini Connect, we see five reasons that beginners thinking about a new (or first) mirrorless camera should take a look at the Nikon Z 50. Essentially, the Z 50 is Nikon's crop sensor mirrorless body, designed with the non-professional in mind, while still packing a strong toolkit that covers the bases and can deliver professional results.
Having seen this camera on display at a local store, I can say that the Z 50 is insanely compact and lightweight (which makes sense, as the larger Z 6 and Z 7 are Nikon's full-frame mirrorless cameras). As I've come to expect from Nikon, the ergonomics are outstanding, and the camera feels spot-on in the hands. Something definitely worth noting here, though, is that this body does not come with the stabilization that Z 6 and Z 7 do.
Obviously, what you shoot, what you're looking to do (both from a photo and video standpoint), what you already know, your budget, and what the camera does well all factor into the decision-making process. Bear in mind that this is a camera that's designed to be very, very beginner friendly. This could be the best thing about it or a limiting factor, all depending on the user. Have you looked the the Z 50 spec sheet or tried one in store? If you have thoughts on this particular model or the Nikon Z line in general, chime in and leave your thoughts below.