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Whether you're jumping in and shooting or upgrading from an existing DSLR, the Nikon Z5 is a compelling case for yourself if you want a capable and affordable full-frame camera. The larger sensor provides a wide dynamic range as well as more information to manipulate in post. Other sub-$1,500 full-frame cameras to consider are the EOS RP ($999) and the Sony A7II ($899 (with discount) - 1399 body only), however, the RP doesn't have built-in stabilization/dual slots and the A7II lacks 4K video (as well as a headphone jack) as well as dual slots.

If you're currently shooting with a crop sensor or would like to start with a full-frame camera, this is our favorite choice at the moment. For still photographers, we highly recommend this if you want to save a little on splurging on some lenses.

That in itself is a bit exciting for us. As you know, before the Z50, all Z series cameras only accepted the XQD card. Now you can rest assured that you won't be running out of space for your pictures or videos anytime soon.

The Z5 body has a built-in 5-axis vibration reduction mechanism with a sensor shift for stabilization by up to 5 stops regardless of the lens used. This system also works with modified lenses when using the optional FTZ adapter, where 3-axis stabilization is used.

No one likes a wet, corroded camera. The Z5 has the same gasket as the Z6/Z7. The Z 5 uses the same magnesium alloy body and ruggedness as the Z 6 and Z 7. Both the camera and the NIKKOR Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 lens are built with dust and drip resistance in mind, ready to tackle your next adventure .

The Eye Detection AF function helps to accurately capture the eyes of people and animals. A wide range of AF points covers almost the entire frame, and several AF modes allow the user to have precise control or fully automatic assurance to focus on the subject with ease.

The Z5 is the same weight and size as the Z6 at 1.3lb / 590g (body only). Compared to the D850, the Z5 at 2.01lb / 915g is the ultimate camera body.

With the EN-EL15-C, you can finally charge your camera and use it at the same time.

Z 5 makes it easy to document any creative vision in 4K UHD/30p or 1080/60p (full-frame). When recording video, the PDAF system responds quickly, allows users to quickly lock critical focus on subjects, and is fully customizable to suit any production style. The camera's built-in VR image stabilization and electronic VR reliably eliminate shake when shooting video, plus users get the added benefit of peak focus and the ability to take photos while recording.

In addition to the traditional interval timer and in-camera time-lapse modes, the Nikon Z 5 features a new Time-Lapse Movie mode that gives users the best of both worlds for more efficient movie-making – the ability to use images from the interval timer mode and create a time-lapse mode in-camera.

In addition, the Z5 has BOTH a video microphone output and a headphone jack, so you can accurately monitor audio levels.

In conclusion: We give the Z5 the stamp of approval. For the price and features, we think this camera is worth picking up for a first-timer or someone looking to add another camera to the mix.

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