A Review of the Nikon Zf Mirrorless Camera

Retro camera designs can stir nostalgia, but when investing in high-end gear, photographers need more than appearance. Functionality, versatility, and innovation must also be of a high level. So, does Nikon's Zf mirrorless camera deliver substantive performance to match its throwback aesthetic? This excellent video review takes a look at the sort of performance and image quality you can expect. 

Coming to you from Omar Gonzalez Photography, this great video review takes a look at the Nikon Zf mirrorless camera. Retro physical control dials have seen a resurgence, allowing vital adjustments without the need to dive into menus. By putting key settings at your fingertips, cameras like Fujifilm's X Series enable photographers to spend more time visualizing shots and less on technical tinkering, plus they're just fun to use. Nikon's Zf follows suit with a solid magnesium body and intuitively laid-out dials to avoid distraction. Beyond the tactile appeal, Nikon packed in features like deep learning-powered autofocus, 30 fps burst rates, five-axis stabilization, 4K video, and more. The Zf looks like quite a fun camera to use, and it seem to back up that pleasant user experience with a lot of the capabilities modern photographers expect. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Gonzalez.

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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I am so enamored by this camera that i created a dedicated website nikon-zf.com for it. It truly reignites my passion for photography.

Dang this thing does REALLY good in low light.