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Nikon Z5 offers full-frame mirrorless photography for $1399

Nikon has launched a new mirrorless camera called the Nikon Z5, an entry-level full frame camera that aims to provide the high image quality of its Nikon Z7 and Z6 stablemates but at a wallet-friendly price.Surfacing the same month as Canon’s EOS R5 and EOS R6 launches, the Nikon Z5 is pitched as a way for its users to get started with full-frame photography using a mirrorless camera, but without the large outlay. Housing an FX-format sensor, the Z5 offers a resolution of 24.3 megapixels, with a maximum resolution for images of 6,016 by 4,016 pixels.As a budget-conscious offering, the Z5 does make some compromises, but still offers a lot of potential. Its use of the EXPEED 6 image processing engine enables it to have a maximum standard sensitivity of ISO 51,200, as well as a hybrid autofocus system with 273 focus points covering 90% of the horizontal and vertical image area, eye-detection autofocus, and animal-detection autofocus. Read more…
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