Over the last few decades, Nikon has managed to carve a niche for itself where cameras are concerned. Today it is a household name where high-resolution cameras are concerned. Nikon recently launched its Z series of cameras, the Z50 which unlike the earlier Z7 and Z6 – both full-frame cameras, the Z50 comes with a cropped sensor. Incidentally, the Z50 also happens to be Nikon’s first cropped sensor mirrorless camera. It features a Z mount and comes with an ultra-light and slim body. Moreover, you can use it to shoot 4K images at will.
The Z50 comes with an ergonomic design which should make it easier to carry the camera around. It also features a magnesium alloy body with a similar button layout as the earlier variants, Z6 and Z7. What’s interesting is that the new model comes with a tilting touch screen at 3.2 inches, with OLED viewfinder as well as a staggering 2.36 million dot resolution. That should indicate just how good this camera sounds, and if that’s not enough, the new model also happens to come with a pop-up flash. It certainly comes with a wide range of features which makes it stand a class apart.
According to Jay Vannatter, Executive Vice President of Nikon, the new model also happens to come with NIKKOR Z DX lenses. This should help users to take some of the fantastic shots and to share them in real-time as well. Given the enhancements, it is certainly tempting to see what else Nikon has in store for us. But one thing is for certain though, the other camera makers would soon be busy trying to outdo Nikon and that’s easier said than done.