Nikon's first retro-inspired camera, the Df, came out to mostly middling reviews noting its emphasis on form over function. Their second effort, the mirrorless Z fc, keeps the retro aesthetic and features far more competitive specs. Did the company hit the sweet spot this time? This great video review takes a look at the image quality and performance you can expect from the Z fc.
Coming to you from DPReview TV, this excellent video review takes a look at the Nikon Z fc mirrorless camera. Nikon seems to have learned a lot of lessons from the Df, with the Z fc bringing with it plenty of capabilities, such as 4K video and an 11 fps continuous burst rate, all at a price below $1,000. And as many Fujifilm shooters will tell you, these retro-inspired designs are not just about aesthetics; they can actually have a positive impact on your workflow. By having prominent manual controls for major settings, you are able to keep your eye to the viewfinder and avoid crawling through menus more often, which keeps you more focused on creating images. Beyond that, it is simply a fun way to shoot. Check out the video above for the full rundown.