Nikon Z f With 24.5MP Full Frame Mirrorless Sensor And Retro Design Launched


The Nikon Z f was launched today as a surface-class full-frame mirrorless camera. It features a retro design inspired by Nikon's iconic film cameras, which also offers class-leading internal hardware.

Sharing about the specifications, this camera is equipped with a 24.5-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with EXPEED 7 processor support and a five-axis IBIS system. This stabilization is also said to be linked to the focus point, and not just the image like most systems.

Through the same sensor this camera can also record video up to 4K60P, as well as H.10 265-bit recording which gives the advantage of better color reproduction. The ability to record continuously up to 11FPS in RAW mode, or 14FPS for JPEG using the electronic shutter.

The sensor also supports a standard ISO range between 100 – 64,000 which promises good low light capabilities. In addition to having sensor-shift mode up to 96 megapixels for static images. Additionally there are physical monochrome buttons that also come with two new color profiles.

The camera is also equipped with a touch LCD panel on the back and an OLED viewfinder with 3.69 million dots. The included battery is rechargeable, then other features include a USB 3.2 Gen1 port, microphone/audio jack and HDMI.

The retail price starts at $2,000 (~RM9,366) for the body only, and rises to $2,240 (~RM10,489) with the Nikkor Z40 f/2.0 SE lens.

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