The latest Nikon Zf full-frame retro mirrorless camera rumors and leaked pictures

Here are the latest Nikon Zf full-frame retro mirrorless camera rumors and leaked pictures:

  • IBIS
  • Max. shutter: 1/8000s
  • Shutter selection options: Manual /Electronic/Auto
  • Black camera body
  • 24.4 MP BSI-CMOS sensor
  • Weight: 700g (inc. battery, the Z5 is 590g, the Z6II is 615g )
  • Dimensions: 144mm x 101mm
  • Up to 30fps (JPG/HEIF)
  • 4k 60 video
  • USB C PD (fast-charging technology based on the USB-C standard)
  • ISO 100-64,000 (for comparison the Z6II ISO range is 100-51,200)
  • EN-EL15 battery
  • The Z f logo is moved to the left (the Zfc has it on the right)
  • Dual memory card slots (SD+MicroSD) – this is probably why the first reports came out with only one memory card slot, the second slot could be hidden and be used just like the internal memory on some cameras
  • Pixel Shift: new high-res mode will be implemented for the first time in a Nikon mirrorless camera
  • August-September announcement, shipment before the end of 2023
  • Improved autofocus compared to Z5/Z6II
  • A few different lens kits/bundles will be available in the $2,000-$2,500 price range
  • Price for body only: $1,999
  • One of the bundles will be with the Nikkor Z 40mm f/2 (SE) lens (no new lens will be introduced with the Zf)
  • Very similar (but improved) design/layout from the Nikon Zfc
  • Small LCD screen on top for aperture display
  • New 3rd function on the sub lever of the shutter speed dial (besides photo/video) for B&W mode (B&W/Photo/Movie)
  • Has a little grip/bump like the Nikon Df (see the mockup pictures)
  • Better build quality compared to the Nikon Zfc
  • Fully articulating screen
  • Code name N2137

Via NikonRumors

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