Nikon Z5 Sample Images

Nikon has just officially announced the new entry-level Z full-frame mirrorless camera Nikon Z5. This new camera costs $1,396.95, first available for pre-order at B&H/ Adorama. Here are some first sample images of this new camera. You can see how well it works. Read More »

Nikon Z5 Officially Announced, Priced $1,396.95, Available for Pre-Order

Nikon has just officially announced the new Nikon Z5. It is an entry-level Z full-frame Z-mount mirrorless camera, featuring a 24MP CMOS sensor, 5-axis image stabilization, a hybrid autofocus system, weather-sealed, a 3.6M-dot electronic viewfinder and a tilting 3.2″ touchscreen display,   dual SD card slots that support UHS-II speeds. This new camera costs $1,396.95, first available for pre-order at B&H/ Adorama. Read More »

Nikon Z5 to be Announced with Three New Lenses on July 21!

Nikon Z5 is expected to be officially announced on July 21, 2020. According to the latest rumors from NR, this new entry-level Z mirrorless camera will be announced with three new Z lenses together. Thery are:  Nikkor Z 24-50mm F4-6.3, Nikkor Z 50mm F1.2 S and Nikkor Z 14-24mm F2.8S  lens. Read More »

Two New Nikon Cameras N1834 & N1912 Registered !

Along with four unannounced Nikon camera codes, recently, Nikon has two new camera codes N1834 and N1912 registered. Now there are a total of 6 unannounced Nikon cameras. Seems Nikon will be very busy for the next several months.

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NIKKEI: New Nikon Mirrorless Camera Price Around $900 Coming in 2019

As already confirmed before, Nikon is going to released a new Nikon Z-mount mirrorless camera price around $1,000 to compete with Canon EOS RP, now Japanese News site NIKKEI also said that a new Nikon mid-level mirrorless camera for most Nikon users.

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Leaked Image of Nikon Z1 Entry-level Full Frame Mirrorless Camera ?

As already confirmed before, Nikon will soon announce a new entry-level full frame Z-mount mirrorless camera soon. Now according to leaked image from Nikkei, this camera will be called Nikon Z1, to compete with recently released Canon EOS RP.

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