The Nikon Z 50 offers a sub-$1,000 entry point into Nikon's mirrorless system in a compact and lightweight crop sensor body, making it an intriguing option for many photographers. This helpful review takes a look at the new camera to help you decide if it is a good choice for your work.
Coming to you from gabpolitely, this great review takes a look at the Nikon Z 50. The Z 50 offers a DX-format 20.9-megapixel sensor with an ISO range of 100-51,200 (expandable to 204,800). It also includes an impressive continuous burst rate of 11 fps, with an option for shooting 8-megapixel images at 30 fps. Along with that is a 209-point autofocus system with Eye Detection AF. On the video side, the Z 50 sports UHD 4K 30p capabilities. The magnesium alloy body also features dust and weather resistance and is quite light at just a smidgen under 14 oz (395 g). Of course, to get the camera down to its impressive price point, some compromises had to be made, but altogether, it looks to be an impressive piece of kit at a very reasonable cost, making it an intriguing option for many Nikon shooters. Check out the video above for the full rundown.