The all-new Nikon Z30 has the smallest and lightest body among the Nikon Z series models. Designed for vlogging, it boasts a vari-angle 3.0-inch LCD monitor, REC lamp that immediately notifies of recording, and up to 125-minutes of recording time. It comes equipped with Nikon’s EXPEED 6 image-processing engine from the Z7 and the image sensor found in the Z fc, combined with NIKKOR Z lenses.
Why bother with a telescope, when you have a Nikon Coolpix P1000 camera? It’s touted as the current greatest-zooming bridge camera yet, with a 125× optical zoom, and a focal range going from 24 mm to 3000 mm 35 mm equivalent focal length. The one downside is its 16MP sensor, which mean the camera isn’t able to capture the level of fine detail of others in a similar price range. Read more for to see what happens when you use it to zoom in on Jupiter and Saturn.
Set for release later this year, Nikon has confirmed the development of their flagship Z9, a full-frame mirrorless camera that is the first to use the company’s Z mount. To meet the demands of both professionals across a wide range of genres as well as enthusiasts, it incorporates a newly developed FX-format stacked CMOS sensor and new image-processing engine. When it comes to video recording, the camera caters to professionals, advanced enthusiasts and cinematographers, with support for 8K video recording. Read more for a video explaining the features and additional information.