Nikon’s Z50 is a mirrorless DX format camera with a Z mount lens
This super lightweight option is ready for your Z glass.
Early this morning Nikon announced the compact and lightweight Z50 mirrorless camera. It’s the first mirrorless DX format camera in Nikon’s lineup. The Z50 is built around a 20.9 megapixel BSI CMOS APS-C sensor with on-sensor phase detection. There’s no in-body image stabilization, but at 0.87 lbs the camera is significantly smaller than either the Z6 or Z7.
Here is what else we know about it:
- Downward tilting 3.2 inch touchscreen
- 2.36 million dot OLED EVF
- Can shoot 11fps with continuous auto-focus
- UHD 4K video capabilities at 24p or 30p
- 120 fps available in Full HD resolution
- Eye detection AF
- 209 point Hybrid AF points across the frame
- Single SD card
- Micro USB charging port
- Pop-up flash
- Mic input for video recording
- New EN-EL25 battery provides 300 shots per charge
- Built in WiFI and Bluetooth for easy sharing
Nikon also announced two new kit lenses for the Z50: the Nikkor Z DX 16-50mm F3.5-6.3 VR and the Z DX 50-250mm F4.5-6.3 VR. Both lenses have a built-in control ring and offer some image stabilization: the 16-50mm has 4.5 stops, while the longer zoom has 5 stops.