According to Nikon Rumors, Nikon will release the Z5 camera in July, which is an entry-level full-frame camera with specifications lower than the Z6. Prior to this, it was reported that Sony will also launch an entry-level full-frame camera A5 in the near future.
Nikon Z5 camera uses a 24-megapixel full-frame CMOS, does not have a shoulder screen on the Z6, supports body anti-shake, and uses a magnesium alloy body.
Nikon Z5 will use Z6’s EVF viewfinder, which has the same focusing system as Z6, dual UHS-II card slots, and USB-C interface.
It is also reported that Sony will also release a cheap full-frame camera, the model may be A5, and it is reported that its price does not exceed 1,000 US dollars, which is about 7000 yuan.
Here are the latest Nikon Z5 expected specifications,
- The Z5 will have the same EVF as the Z6
- No top panel LCD
- Dual SD UHS-II memory card slots
- 24MP full-frame sensor (not sure BSI or not)
- Magnesium alloy camera body
- 1.000 dots LCD screen resolution
- Nikon EN-EL15c Battery
- USB-C camera powering, not just charging
- Same AF system as in the Z6
- 1.7x video crop in 4k, no SloMo option
- 6fps burst
In addition, Canon also released the entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera EOS RP last year. The current single body price is about 8,000 yuan. Do share your thoughts about the Nikon Z5 camera in the comment section below!