Nikon Z50 Camera With FTZ Adapter
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The new Nikon Z50 camera is the first Z series DX-format mirrorless camera, launched at the same time as two completely new compatible Nikkor Z DX zoom lenses. Offering superb image quality, the all-new Nikon Z50 camera captures perfectly focused photos and 4K movies that are rich in detail, depth, and colour. It is aimed squarely at both stills and video photographers being is a great hybrid option.
The body is equipped with a high resolution 20.9MP DX-format (APS-C) CMOS sensor, bringing the optical advantages of mirrorless into a robust, compact DX body. Features inherited from the acclaimed Nikon Z7 and Z6 cameras include the wide Z-Mount for lenses, and the fast Hybrid-AF autofocus system. The Nikon Z50 also features a sharp electronic viewfinder, a tilting touchscreen, and the deep grip that makes Nikon mirrorless cameras comfortable to hold.
Other features include Intelligent Eye-Detection AF, which is ideal for shooting portraits, and up to 11 fps continuous shooting (with AF/AE) for action and sports photography. The Nikon Z50 is fully compatible with the optional FTZ Mount Adapter, which allows F-mount Nikkor DSLR lenses to be utilised. This will appeal to existing DX format photographers who are keen to move to a lightweight mirrorless option, whilst keeping their existing lenses.
Nikon Mount Adapter FTZ
Enabling the use of nearly any Nikon F-mount lens on Z-mount mirrorless camera bodies, the FTZ Mount Adapter is a sophisticated means for expanding the range of usable lenses. While compatible with approximately 360 distinct F-mount lenses, this adapter is especially ideal for use with over 90 E, and G-type lenses, where it fully maintains autofocus and auto-exposure capabilities for seamless use of the SLR lenses on the mirrorless body. The adapter fully maintains auto-exposure function for D-type lenses, but autofocus is not supported. The adapter is built from magnesium alloy and is weather-sealed, and also incorporates a 1/4″-20 mount on the base to provide a more balanced means for working on a tripod with longer, heavier lenses.
Nikon Z50 Highlights
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- 20.9 Меgаріхеl DХ СМОЅ ѕеnѕоr
- ЕХРЕЕD 6 Іmаgе Рrосеѕѕоr
- ІЅО rаngе оf 100-51200
- 209-Роіnt Рhаѕе Dеtесtіоn аnd Рhаѕе Соntrаѕt АF
- Ѕоlіd аnd Rоbuѕt Frаmе
- Тасtіlе Nіkоn Еrgоnоmісѕ
- Ехсерtіоnаl Ѕtіllѕ аnd Vіdео Сараbіlіtіеѕ
- Ѕіnglе ЅD UНЅ-І Саrd Ѕlоt
- 4К/UНD Vіdео Rесоrdіng аt 30р
- Тіtlіng 3.2” 1040k-dоt tоuсhѕсrееn LСD
- 20 Іn-Саmеrа Сrеаtіvе Моdеѕ