According to news, Nikon’s new Zf full-frame retro camera will be released in August or September. Now, the detailed parameters of this camera have been exposed.
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Nikon Zf full-frame retro camera broke the news as follows:
black camera body 24.4MP BSI-CMOS sensor Weight: 700g (including battery) Dimensions: 144mm x 101mm Continuous shooting up to 30fps (JPG / HEIF) Supports 4k 60 video recording USB-C PD charging ISO 100-64,000 EN-EL15 battery Z f logo moved to the left (Zfc is on the right) Dual memory card slots (SD+MicroSD), the second slot can be hidden and used like internal memory Pixel Shift: New high-resolution mode coming to Nikon mirrorless cameras for the first time Released August-September, shipping by end of 2023 Improved autofocus compared to Z5/Z6II Body price only: $1,999 Very similar to Nikon Zfc, but better built Small LCD screen on top for aperture display flip screen Code N2137
At present, the retro-style mirrorless camera sold by Nikon is the Nikon Z fc, which uses a 20.88-megapixel APS-C frame sensor design, is equipped with an EXPEED 6 image processor, and has a continuous shooting capability of 11fps. According to Nikon, the design of the Z fc was inspired by Nikon’s long-standing iconic camera – Nikon’s FM2 SLR film camera released in 1982, which provides users with the joy of taking great photos and videos in addition to the fun of owning a camera.