Nikon Z50, small and lightweight camera with an APS-C sensor

Nikon has introduced Z50, a basic, APS-C sensor camera that uses a similar Z-mount system,, just like the Nikon Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras. The brand new Nikon Z50 price range is about $859 body only, alongside, the company will introduce two new DX-format lenses. Nikon says the Z50 will ship in November.

You can also avail the bundle offer to purchase the camera with a 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR lens for $999.95. You can also buy a two-lens kit 50-250mm f/4.5-6.3 VR lens for a total of $1349.95, and still, this is below the total of $1,800 Nikon Z6. Nikon introduced this camera to target different audiences like Instagram generation and for those who want a special camera for video.

The leaked images seem to confirm rumors that the Nikon Z50 will have an EVF, which would put it close to the Sony A6400 than the Canon.


The Nikon Z50 mini camera provides a 20-megapixel “CMOS” sensor, single SD card slot, tilting 3-inch touchscreen that flips down for selfies, 11fps continuous shooting, weighs about one pound, and also has a flip-down rear display for selfies and videos with some pretty remarkable low light/high ISO chops to show off.

The Z50 has a mic input and headphone jack among its various ports. Rumors are coming that the camera sensor will be similar one already used in the Nikon D500, released more than two years ago, back in 2017.


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