While the Nikon Z full-frame range has introduced professional and enthusiast users to Nikon's mirrorless lineup, the DX range allows beginner and novice users to share in the joy. These mirrorless cameras are even more lightweight and portable, so they are a great option if you are looking for an interchangeable lens camera for travel and everyday use.
The Nikon Z50 was the first DX-format Nikon Z camera ever released. This camera has the hallmarks of the popular full-frame Z6 and Z7 models but in a smaller format and with a smaller DX-format sensor; this obviously makes the camera more budget-friendly. The Z50 is capable of high-resolution images and 4K videos, all of which can be taken in through the EVF or 3.2-inch tilting LCD screen. This sleek and stylish mirrorless camera is capable of speedy performance, with a 209-point hybrid AF system with EYE AF, as well as up to 11 frames per second continuous shooting.
Nikon expanded this range recently with the release of the Z fc - the design of this camera owes just a little to the popular models from Nikon's film camera days. Despite retro appearances this camera is thoroughly modern; it includes a 20.9MP image sensor, 4K video quality and 11 frames per second continuous shooting. This stylish camera features a textured leather exterior which is available in a range of stylish cameras - you can put your personality on show through your choice of camera.