The Nikon Z fc has arrived, offering the company's latest mirrorless technology in tandem with a retro-inspired design that aims to capitalize on both the aesthetic of older cameras and their manual controls that return to a purer form of photography. With a small size and affordable price, it looks like a potential hit for Nikon, and this awesome video review takes a first look at the camera and what you can expect.
Coming to you from Matt Irwin Photography, this great video takes a first look at the Nikon Z fc mirrorless camera. This is not Nikon's first retro-inspired digital camera, with the Nikon Df having come before it, but Nikon seems to have done a better job, with the Z fc not sacrificing features for its design. With an APS-C sensor and a sub-$1,000 price (just over if you want to pair it with a kit lens), the Z fc is also quite affordable, making it a great entry point into Nikon's mirrorless system or as a second body. And with capabilities like 4K video and an 11 fps continuous burst rate, it leaves room for its users to grow with it. Check out the video above for Irwin's full thoughts on the camera.