Nikon Zf is a full-frame mirrorless camera with retro styling
Nikon has introduced a full-frame mirrorless camera Zf, made in retro style. The novelty is primarily aimed at fans of old cameras.
The Nikon Zf is equipped with a full-frame sensor with a resolution of 24.5 megapixels. For image processing is responsible Expeed 7 processor, the same as in the higher-end models - Z8 and Z9. The new camera has a built-in five-axis image stabilizer and autofocus (299 points) with support for 3D-tracking. There are two memory card slots for storing footage.
The camera is capable of recording 10-bit 4K video at up to 60fps. It also features continuous shooting at up to 30 frames per second.
Other features include a mechanical shutter that makes a corresponding sound when in use, a switch for monochrome mode, and a 3.2-inch rotary display. There's a physical rotary dial for ISO adjustment.
The Nikon Zf will retail in mid-October for $1999.
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