The Z50 is your latest mirrorless camera from Nikon and can be aimed at semi-pro photographers who need something more than an entry-level device. Compact and free of flab, the Z50 is lightweight and the buttons are easy to achieve. Surgeries are ideal and the handling experience is fine.
The Z50 is equipped with a 20.9MP APS-C (DX-format) detector and contains an ISO range of 100-51200. The camera is designed around the organization’s Z bracket. At the peak of the body is a 0.39-inch. Viewfinder. Under the viewfinder is a 3.2-inch touch-sensitive TFT LCD that can be tilted and used to take selfies too.
Backing the 20.9MP detector is the Expeed 6 picture processor, which enables 4K UHD (3840 x 2160p) video recording with up to 30fps.
The camera lens can zoom out and in with a mark of 35mm and 24mm, in the range of 16mm to 50mm on the side of the lens. In daylight shots, at 24mm and 16mm, the camera takes sharp and crisp pictures with the colors intact.
In 50mm and zoom, the objects in focus came out to be less sharp and there’s the blurriness of the environment.
From about 5 meters, the camera shots come out with clarity however they also lack sharpness. The colors, however, are retained whatever space. The autofocus of the lens adjusts within a few seconds when aiming to get the photo.
At night, in poorly-lit surroundings, at 16mm too, the camera clicks pretty good pictures with decent levels of clarity and details, but appear slightly grainy. In well-lit market areas, the image quality is much better without grain. Shots are sharper with very little grain.
The Z50 has videos in the camera that are time-consuming and built-in Wi-Fi and files can be moved using the Nikon program but downloading photographs.
The camera comes in a design and provides a fantastic handling experience. The low-light shots could have been captured with more clarity but that is a balanced camera at the mirrorless segment.