Saturday September 26, 2020

2020 Gives You the Best Nikon Mirrorless Camera For You

Whether you are a beginner or simply an enthusiast of photography, 2020 brings the best Mirrorless camera there is. They work well for Vloggers and YouTube-rs, taking on the social trend of influencers. Choosing a nikon mirrorless camera depends on the type of photography that you want to do. Here in this article, we have curated the best mirrorless camera that can be used by all photographers no matter what your skill level is.

Nikon Mirrorless Full Frame

2020 is not all bad news. True, there has been so much going on with the pandemic and Covid-19 situations, but the year has a lot of exciting news up its sleeves. The most recent news is the technical innovation from Nikon. Nikon is still very new in the market, making its launch first in 2018. However, Nikon is rumoured to be manufacturing a new model of APS-C below the Z50 and two new full frame model of Z series. These are supposed to deliver high burst speed and high resolution image quality.

Nikon mirrorless camera

Nikon Mirrorless Camera-Z7

The new Z series lenses is known to include the Nikkor Z 70-200 mm f/2.8 S. the launch has still not been done, due to extensive delay in productions. Covid-19 is to blame for this! This is said to be a professional telephoto lens with the widest prime lens that Nikon has manufactured yet. Another latest model has been the Nikon Z5, which is mainly for photographers who want to sharpen their skill at full frame photography.

Nikon Mirrorless Landscape Photography

Nikon Z50

Nikon Z50 on the other hand is more for the vloggers, influencers and the enthusiasts which is a bit smaller than Z5 and less expensive than Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7. The model also comes with two new Nikkor Z DX lenses; Nikkor Z DX 16-50 mm f/3.5-6.3 VR and Nikkor Z DX 50-250 mm f/4.5-6.3 VR. The first one is a slimmer model with sleek and contemporary design while the second one comes with a telephoto zoom respectively.

Nikon Mirrorless Z7 Photography
Cold day in Breckenridge, photographing Ski Spectacular for Disabled Sports USA. Nikon Z7, Aperture Priority, ISO 125, 1/1600 at f/8, -0.3 EV, Nikkor 70-300mm lens at 300mm. #Instagood #photooftheday #learnphotography #nikonlove #justgoshoot #exploretocreate #visualsoflife #passionpassport #createexplore #natgeotravel #instatravel #travelphotographer #learnphotography #letsgosomewhere #welltravelled #breckenridge #skispectacular

 

Nikon’s Z series has diverse lenses to compliment your Z series Mirrorless camera. The Ultra HD Video features in all these models is sure to get you all excited. This, coupled with the silent autofocus system and the advanced technology of the Z series lens is worth the wait. This article is a sneak peak of what is to expect in 2020. You cannot be sad and depressed cooped up in your home all the time. There is something to look out for. Something to hope for.

FAQ

Can I use Nikon DSLR lens on Mirrorless camera?

Yes, you can use DSLR lens on a Mirrorless camera. But you may need an adapter to mount the DSLR lens on the camera. If the DSLR lens is manual, then any mechanical adapter would be suitable.

Will Mirrorless cameras replace DSLR?

Mirrorless cameras are usually more compact while a DSLR is faster, with better focus and viewfinder. So chances are rare than Mirrorless camera will ever replace DSLR. Each has its own purpose and will continue to do the same.

Is Mirrorless camera better than full frame camera?

Mirrorless cameras and full frame cameras vary on sensor technologies and image processing techniques. Having said this, many Mirrorless camera may use full-frame sensors and also APS-C. So basically there is not much difference in the image quality between them.

Are Mirrorless cameras good for wildlife photography?

Mirrorless cameras have advanced technology in-built in their system. They have better speed, performance, ergonomics and many other advantages. In wildlife photography, the Mirrorless cameras has huge potential, but nothing can be said to be absolute.

 

Sources

  1. Nikon Blog
  2. The Verge Magazine

 

 

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