According to nikonrumors, Nikon’s new Zf full-frame retro camera will be released in August or September. The latest news says that this new camera will have two memory card slots and the first high-resolution rate mode.
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Nikon Zf full-frame retro camera broke the news as follows:
Released in August-September, shipping before the end of 2023
A new 25MP sensor is expected
Improved autofocus compared to Z5/Z6II
Body price: 1999 US dollars
Body design very similar (but improved) to the Nikon Zfc, with better texture
Small LCD screen on top for aperture display
Equipped with side flip screen
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.