Nikon Z7: The New Flagship Mirrorless Full-Frame Camera

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After a series of rumors and teasers, the Nikon Z Series full-frame mirrorless was officially announced by the manufacturer. The Z Series debut is characterized by two camera models, namely Z6 and Z7. The difference between the two lies in the sensor resolution.

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This product, which is targeted for photography and professional fans, is the first camera product with full-frame mirrorless. This step led Nikon to make high-end cameras that are smaller than before and develop new types of lenses.


The Flagship Model

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The Nikon Z7 is a flagship model with a 45.7-megapixel full-frame sensor (ISO 64025,600 range). Combined with an Expeed 6 image processing chip, the Nikon Z7 can produce a 9 FPS burst rate. Nikon equips the Z7 with 493 autofocus points that almost covered the entire frame area with coverage reaching 90 percent.


DSLR-Style Bod

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Nikon Z7 has a DSLR-style physical appearance with a hump containing an electronic viewfinder (3.69 megapixels, magnification 0.8 times) in the center. On the top plate, the camera has a monochrome LCD display that displays various shooting parameters, in the style of a professional DSLR camera.

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The back side contains a 3.2-inch touchscreen that can be bent up and down. Other features of the Nikon Z7 include a weather-resistant body, 4K Ultra HD video recording, and a 5-axis Axis in-body image stabilizer.


The Full Frame Imaging Sensor

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The Z7 marks the first time a combination of innovations with a “full-frame” imaging sensor, the same size as a 35mm film format. Mirrorless cameras use a digital viewfinder. This innovation frees up space inside the camera body, allowing it to become more compact and provide more space for sensor and other electronic stabilization technologies.

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Such large sensors help capture more light. Besides making it easier to take pictures with shallow depths, it also allows the photographer to take a good picture in the low light condition.


One for The Future

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Many industry observers believe that this step is very important for the future of Japanese companies when smartphones have reduced demand for fixed-lens compact digital cameras. Nikon Z7 is available on September 27 with a tag of 3,400 US dollars body-only.

Richard Leon Percival

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