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 The Nikon Z5 is an entry-level 35mm full-frame mirrorless camera with 4K video and IBIS. It sits below the higher quality and more expensive Z6 and Z7 models in the Nikon Z range.Key features of the Z5 include a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, ISO range of 100-51200, 273-point hybrid AF system with eye and animal detection, 3690k-dot electronic viewfinder, flip-out touchscreen, weather-resistant magnesium alloy body, dual UHS-II SD card slots,

The Nikon Z5 is available now for £1,719 / $1,699 with the all-new Nikon Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 retractable zoom lens.

A Nikon Z 5 without a gap or a 'Z5' with one, as its manufacturer suggests? Maybe it doesn't really matter. Like those who insist on their latest innovation being spelled ALL IN CAPS, this appears to be a mere pretense to distract from the fact that this is a solidly built, fairly conventional offering in Nikon's new range of compact cameras with full frames with interchangeable lenses. Offering 24.3 megapixels and 4K video, it seems to tick what we expect these days in terms of key specs.

As the model name suggests, this unit sits below the existing '6' and '7' semi-pro models in its manufacturer's range, with the assumption being that it's a more affordable entry point into the 'Z' range for those who don't want a steep curve learning, they may perceive higher priced alternatives. That said, while it's comparable to other mirrorless options, the £1,719 being asked for the camera and lens package we were sent is by no means cheap for a 'starter' or smartphone upgrade.

On the plus side, if you've used a basic DSLR or bridge camera before - and this one feels like a slightly scaled-down version - there's a lot about the Nikon Z5 that's instantly recognizable in terms of looks, build, handling, and handling.

Those making the jump from a smartphone will take advantage of Nikon's live view and touch screen features, which also include touch AF and touch shutter by default - tapping your finger on the screen zeroes the camera in on a specific spot. your frame and capture an image that has where you tapped as the main focus point. From the get-go, despite a rather busy layout of controls, it's user-friendly and also useful for subjects that flit around your shot - wild fowl, for example, in our selection of test shots.

As a new entry point to Nikon's full-frame mirrorless range, the Nikon Z 5 offers plenty of performance and capability at an attractive price point, enabling the next generation to confidently begin their journey to learn and grow as creators.

Incredible image quality: With a powerful 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor, the Z 5 is a gateway to the benefits of full-frame, helping creators capture images with intense detail, ultra-shallow depth of field, and clear images in low light. unmatched consistency. From portraits that flatter, and nightscapes that stun, to street shots that make an impact, beautiful tones, true colors, minimal noise, and Nikon's renowned color science play a role in helping users capture images that are true to their vision.

High-speed performance and processing: Designed with EXPEED 6, Nikon's fastest image processor to date, the Z 5 is a reliable, high-performance tool for content creation. EXPEED 6 allows you to increase processing power and energy efficiency while rendering fine textures and small details with stunning results.

Superior low-light performance: With an ISO range of up to 51,200 (expandable to 102,400), the camera effectively reduces noise while maintaining high sensitivity and resolution to excel in low-light situations, making it ideal for shooting everything from low-light events. for a whole night under the Milky Way.

Capture with speed: With shutter speeds up to 1/8000, the Z 5 can capture fast-moving subjects with clarity, including fast-paced sports and wildlife. This higher maximum shutter speed allows photographers to better tame even the brightest midday light, unlocking the potential of high-aperture NIKKOR glass. When the moment strikes, the camera can also capture full-resolution bursts at 4.5 fps with full AF/AE.

Quiet and smooth: The combination of the camera's silent shooting mode and In-Body's 5-axis virtual reality stabilization provides quiet and stable shooting to document sensitive moments without disturbance.

A wide selection of lenses: Whether you're shooting stunning sidewalk studio portraits, long-range wildlife, epic wide-angle landscapes in the field or street photography, the growing line of NIKKOR Z lenses gives Z 5 users the versatility to capture incredible images with sharpness across the frame and superb collection lights in every situation. For even more flexibility, a wide range of traditional F-mount NIKKOR lenses can be used via the FTZ mount adapter to enhance

images with a unique focal length or beautiful bokeh, while still getting the benefits of in-body stabilization.

Two UHS-II SD Card Slots: Equipped with two UHS-II card slots for overflow, backup or separation of RAW and JPEG photos, the Z 5 allows photographers to shoot with extreme confidence using widely available consumer SD cards.

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