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Nikon $1400 Z5 entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera unveiled, at $600 cheaper than the Z6

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Old July 22nd 20, 03:45 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Nikon $1400 Z5 entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera unveiled, at $600 cheaper than the Z6

Dateline today...
o It's the first Nikon camera that can be constantly powered through
its USB port, even with a USB power bank.
o 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor with a maximum ISO of 51200
o (expandable to 102400).
o EXPEED 6 image processor
o Continuous shooting speed of 4.5 fps with full AF/AE.
o In-body 5-axis VR (Vibration Reduction)
o F-mount lenses (when paired with the Mount Adapter FTZ
o 3.2-inch tilting LCD sensitive to touch, tap, swipe, and pinch inputs
o 3.6-million-dot Quad-VGA electronic viewfinder
o Viewfinder shows what your resulting photo will look like
as you adjust exposure, ISO, white balance, and creative controls
o Autofocusing by the camera is done using 273 on-sensor AF points
that can track moving subjects throughout nearly the entire frame
o Maximum shutter speed of 1/8000s
o Silent photography mode
o Automatic creative modes, 20 Creative Picture Controls
o Focus Shift Shooting, multiple exposure mode
o An interval timer, in-camera time-lapse mode, a hot shoe
o Webcam abilities
o SnapBridge compatibility for wireless transfer/sharing
o Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity
o Eye-Detection AF (both human and animal)
o 4K/30p (1.7x crop) and 1080/60p (full-frame)
o Focus peaking, fast phase-detection autofocus
o Both in-body and electronic image stabilization
o Image capture during video recording
o Magnesium alloy shell and weather-sealing with dust and drip resistance
o Dual SD (UHS-II) card slots.
o You can either record to both to have one of the cards serve as a backup
o Or you can have RAW and JPEG captured separately to the two cards
o Or you can have double capacity by having one card serve as overflow

o Nikon Unveils the Z5, Its Entry-Level Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

o Nikon Z5 is an entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera for $1,399
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