Nikon’s new ZF is a retro-styled full-frame digicam aimed proper at our nostalgic hearts

The Nikon ZF camera held in-hand, facing the picture-taker with the LCD facing forward and showing them in Live View.
The Nikon ZF is the corporate’s newest digicam. | Photograph by Becca Farsace / The Verge

After 9 years of often chasing the retro-camera-with-modern-features unicorn, Nikon could have lastly gotten the components proper.

The Japanese digicam maker is asserting the Nikon ZF, a contemporary mirrorless digicam filled with pretty excessive specs — like a 24.5-megapixel full-frame sensor, 299-point monitoring autofocus with topic detection, in-body picture stabilization, and twin card slots (of a form) — in a physique that appears identical to one of many digicam’s analog forebears. Nikon could have finished this dance earlier than with its trifling ZFC and long-forgotten Df DSLR, but it surely’s correcting its most important errors with these cameras by giving the ZF a full-frame sensor and aggressive value of $1,999.95 when it launches mid-October.

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