Nikon’s retro-style camera for under $1,000

Nikon will soon launch a retro-style camera that sells for less than $1,000.

Nikon may soon release the Z series mirrorless camera, which inherits the design aesthetics (retro-style) of the Nikon Df SLR. It is reported that this new camera will be named Nikon ZFC.

Retro-style cameras of the series.

For the upcoming APS-C mirrorless camera, this may be an attractive factor. According to the post, the retro camera will be called Nikon ZFC. However, earlier rumors also referred to it as the Nikon Z30.

But due to Nikon rumors that the same imaging product has been leaked multiple times, one of their latest reports revealed more details about the camera. The design of Nikon ZFC may be inspired by Nikon Df DSLR in terms of design aesthetics.

Df DSLR is a full-frame camera, launched in 2013. The company no longer produces F-mount digital SLR cameras, but they absolutely love it for some reason. Therefore, camera users can see the design similarities between the old DSLR Df and the upcoming ZFC mirrorless camera.

Nikon camera performance

In terms of performance, the report shows that the Nikon ZFC will be as competitive as the Nikon Z50 while maintaining its specifications. This is the company’s first APS-C-Z mirrorless bayonet camera. It was released in November 2019.

The leaked Nikon ZFC image is also circulating on the Internet. The picture shows the physical interface of the camera. These include the shutter release button, record button, mode dial, exposure compensation dial, shutter speed dial, and small aperture screen.

Price and availability

 Nikon ZFC can appear in three different color options: black, brown, and silver. If you insist on the rumors, Nikon may release a new camera on June 28 and start shipping at the horizon of next month. As soon as the firm puts together an official announcement, we will hear about the value and availability of Nikon ZFC in India.

Here is some extra information: If Nikon instigates a retro-style ZFC mirrorless camera, the company may release two APSs. There are also lenses with a fixed focal length C.

Some people speculate that Nikon will soon expand its lens portfolio, launching 28mm F2.8 and 35mm F1.8 lenses.

 

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