(Pocket-lint) – Vloggers and other video makers are the target audience for a new mirrorless camera type that Nikon has introduced.
The Nikon Z30 has an electronic vibration reduction system directly into the body of the camera in addition to its 20.9-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor. It can record video in resolutions as high as 4K, with Full HD recording up to 120 frames per second.
The camera can record continuously for up to 125 minutes (35 minutes at 4K UHD).
The new Nikon comes with a stereo microphone already installed, but users also have the option to attach an additional mic. A decrease in onboard noise will result in a less distracting wind ambiance.
Because the touch-screen panel on the back of the device has a variable angle, you may use it to take images and record yourself.
The Z30 has eye detection and animal identification technology so that the camera can keep focus whether photographing humans or animals. In addition to recording videos, you may take photos with autofocus at a rate of up to 11 frames per second.
Twenty different filters are available in-camera for both films and still images, and the camera’s compatibility with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi makes it possible to link it to a smart device for additional editing (via the SnapBridge app).
A wide variety of vlogging accessories are available, and the Nikon Z30 is compatible with the brand’s Nikkor-Z lenses. This allows you to customize the camera to meet your specific requirements most effectively.
The body may be purchased alone for £699/$709/€829, while the basic package can be bought for £839/$849/€999 and includes a Z DX 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR lens. It will be available for purchase beginning on July 14.