Advertisment

Nikon Z with EXPEED 7 Image-Processing Engine is Released in India, Price Starts at Rs 1,76,995

The newest Nikon Z f camera has been released in India. With its cutting-edge features and capabilities, this full-frame mirrorless camera seeks to reinvent the shooting experience

author-image
Kapish Khajuria
New Update
Nikon Z India Release Price Unveiled

The newest Nikon Z f camera has been released in India. With its cutting-edge features and capabilities, this full-frame mirrorless camera seeks to reinvent the shooting experience.

Advertisment

The new Nikon Z f camera is an important addition to the company's mirrorless collection and is powered by the same EXPEED 7 image-processing engine as Nikon's Z 9 and Z 8 flagship models. The business is showcasing the camera's video and photography capability and it has a 24.5-megapixel CMOS sensor.

Nikon Z f camera: Features and Pricing

The Nikon Z f stands out with the camera's internal recording capabilities in 10-bit H.265 format and N-Log and HLG recording support. This allows users to capture intricate details, making it an ideal choice for a wide variety of subjects, including weddings and nature photography. 

Advertisment

The Z f also includes a focus point VR function that reduces subject blur even in compositions where the subject is on the edge. This improves the usability of the camera in various shooting situations.

Nikon claims that users will get impressive autofocus (AF) performance with support for 3D tracking in photo mode and subject tracking in video mode. It detects even small human faces and ensures accuracy in various shooting conditions, including low light. The Nikon Z f also has a multi-angle display that allows photographers to compose images from different angles.

In addition, the Z series touch camera makes it easy to adjust settings when cropping images. There is also the option to record 14 frames per second RAW and 30 frames per second jpeg.

Advertisment

The camera supports 10-bit HEIF technology for richer color depth and detail. For videographers, the company has added support for 4K video recording at 60fps, which is possible for up to 125 minutes, as well as in-camera 10-bit N-Log and HLG recording capabilities. It starts at Rs 1,76,995 and goes on sale from October 12.

Other highlights

The company says its new camera has its own black-and-white dial that sets the Nikon Z f. It allows users to create monochrome photos and videos with different settings. It also offers creative controls for both photos and video, allowing photographers to express their artistic vision through color and tone. 

The camera also has AI-based features such as portrait balance and skin softening, designed to produce better results without extensive post-processing.

Advertisment