Last year, Nikon introduced the Z7 and Z6, moving into the mirrorless camera market for the very first time, and now the Japanese camera maker is expanding on its collection with an all-new entry-level offering: the Z5.
Despite being the most affordable model in the series, the Z5 nonetheless carries a trust FX-format 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor with 2,731 on-sensor auto-focus points, providing support for features such as tracking, quick lock-ons, and eye detection. The camera also uses an EXPEED 6 processor, the brand’s fastest image processor ever built. ISO ranges extend to 51,200 and can be expanded to 102,400, while shutter speeds peak at 1/8000, with a burst mode for shooting of up to 4.5 frames-per-second. Other features include 4K video recording support at 30 fps, in-body 5-axis VR stabilization, a 3.6M-dot Quad-VGA electronic viewfinder, and a 3.2-inch LCD touchscreen with full tilt.
Nikon’s new Z5 mirroless camera is now available over on the company’s website, starting at $1,400 USD for the body only, $1,700 USD for the 24-50mm lens kit, and $2,200 USD for the 24-200mm lens kit.