Nikon will push the Z4 full-frame camera

Nikon may push a full-frame mirrorless camera with a lower positioning than the Z5, and the name may be Z4. Nikon's new Z4 reportedly has no EVF and fewer ports, keeping production costs as low as possible. There is no further news about this camera yet.

In 2020, Nikon officially launched the Z5 entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera. Z5 uses FX-format 24.32 million pixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 6 image processor, providing the highest sensitivity of ISO 51200, the official said that the image clarity and sharpness can be maintained at high sensitivity, and there is less noise. In addition to providing high performance, the Z 5 is also equipped with a variety of features, including in-camera VR vibration reduction that provides the equivalent of about 5 stops of shutter speed stabilization, a 273-point composite AF system that covers a wide frame range, And eye-detection AF for people, and animal-detection AF for dogs and cats.

At present, the Nikon Z5 kit is priced below 10,000 yuan and is one of the most cost-effective full-frame mirrorless cameras.

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