Nikon introduces the new Nikon Z50 an APS-C size sensor body with the new Z mount that is also seen in their Full Frame sensor bodies Z6 and Z8.
Being that the Z50 has a Z mount means you can use Full Frame Z mount lenses on the Z50. The styling is very simlar of that of the Z6 and Z7 minus the top LCD and no Joystick and minues few buttons.
Nikon opted for a new 20MP Sony Sensor - which is less then that from Fuji and Sony - but 20MP still should be enough - the idea is to maximize low light performance.
The Z50 sports a very nice grip and the Z50 feels better in the hand then that of the Sony A6400 and Fuji XT30.
The menu system will feel very familiar to Nikon DSLR owners. The new Z50 has PDAF Phase Detect Auto Focus with EYE Auto Focus so focusing will be very good.
The Nikon Z50 will suport the DSLR DX mount lenses with an adapter so you can use your lenses. As always with new systems it will take few years before there will be a good selection of native lenses. Nikon is offering two native lenses initially, but of course you can buy the avilable Full Frame native Z mount lenses as well but there will be a year or two for more affortable native lenses become available.
The Z50 sports a really nice Touch LCD. The new LCD has 3 Soft Touch Buttons.
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