Nikon Finally Confirms Its New Z Mirrorless System
Digital Photographer|Issue 205

New range welcomes two full-frame models and three lenses.

After weeks of teasers, Nikon has finally launched its new Z mirrorless system with two cameras. The Z7 heads up the new range, with a 45.7MP back-illuminated sensor and a new EXPEED 6 engine at its heart, along with a new lens mount. While this new mount necessitates a new range of optics, Nikon is also making an adapter available that will allow for existing F-mount lenses to be used, with support for both auto-exposure and autofocus with the vast majority of current options.

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