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Hands-on with the new Nikon Z50 and kit lensesThe much-rumored Z50 is here. Nikon's latest Z-series camera, the third in the lineup, features an APS-C sensor and is being launched alongside two DX-format kit zooms. Reminiscent in many ways of a downsized Z6, the Z50 should (Nikon hopes) open up the Z-mount to more enthusiast and entry-level photographers.As you can see in this image, the Z50 is a
Some 14 months have passed now since Nikon reinvented its mirrorless camera strategy from the ground up, launching two new full-frame cameras that together shared a brand-new lens mount, the Nikon Z6 and Z7. Today, the company has expanded that line in a new and more affordable direction with a third model, the Nikon Z50, which is also the first to feature a smaller APS-C sized sub-frame image se
This week's Firmware Friday roundup is a little larger than they've been lately, bringing news of three hardware updates and one new piece of software from three companies. If you're not shooting Blackmagic, Canon or Nikon gear, you can safely move along to another article now. (We'd suggest perusing some of the raft of recent announcements, including the Canon M6 II and 90D, Sony
Click here to read our Nikon Z6 Review Conclusion While the Nikon Z7 is aimed more towards professional photographers, particularly those needing high-resolution images, the simultaneously-announced Nikon Z6 offers a more modest 24MP full-frame sensor and a more modest price tag. But while the sensor might not offer all the megapixels of its Z7 sibling, the Z6 offers a bit more o
Chinese company Z Cam has launched its new full-frame 6K E2-F6 and full-frame 8K E2-F8 cinema cameras for preorder. The models, which were first introduced during NAB 2019, follow the previously launched E2 4K, offering consumers budget-tier high-resolution versions of the company's professional cinema camera. Both models will start shipping in October.The Z Cam E2-F6 and E2-F8 are cube-shaped ci
Three years ago, the BMW Z4 was discontinued and we feared the fun little driver's car would never return. Luckily, we aren't good at predictions, and BWM brought back the Z4 as an all-new design. It's little, it's a drop-top, and it's still fun to drive. Now it's also comfortable... Continue Reading Review: 2019 BMW Z4 returns, as one of the best driver’s cars so far Category: Automotive
Click here to read my Nikon Z6 Field Test Part II Since debuting last fall, the Nikon Z6 has been given a major firmware upgrade, and the native Z-mount lens selection has essentially doubled. Both of these changes have positively impacted the overall utility of the Z6, especially for landscape and wildlife photography, which are the focus of my Nikon Z6 Field Test Part II. If
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a mixture of both still and video camera updates, with the camcorders receiving a mixture of new features and bug fixes, while the still cameras are only receiving bug fixes this time around. On the camcorder front, we have news of three closely-related models apiece from both JVC and Panasonic which have received updates in the past week. For still camera
Thanks to a recent firmware update, Nikon's Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras now include eye-detect autofocus. How well does it work? Chris and Jordan put it to the test in this episode filmed by Jordan in (gasp!) 60p.Get new episodes of DPReview TV every week by subscribing to our YouTube channel!IntroductionHow to enable Eye-AFWhen it worksResponsivenessSelecting facesAccuracyWrap-up
Nature and wildlife photographer Morten Hilmer recently had a very productive and enjoyable day of wildlife photography. Dressed in a camouflage suit, Hilmer was able to get close to a wide variety of animals, including birds and foxes. In the behind the scenes video below, we join Hilmer as he photographs with his Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera. Carefully sneaking around, Hilmer first comes across


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