OH, SNAP! - Nikon Z5
T3 India|November 2020
Is it the ultimate entry-level full-frame camera?

1,36,995 (with 24-50mm kit lens) nikon.co.in

An ‘entry-level’ full-frame mirrorless camera, the Nikon Z5 is designed to compete with the likes of the Canon EOS RP. It follows on from the original Z7 and Z6, sitting directly underneath them to give those with a smaller budget, or less advanced needs, a model to get them going.

At the heart of the Z5 is a new 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor. It’s similar in resolution to the Z6’s 24.5 megapixel device but importantly it is not backlit, which makes it cheaper to include at this price point.

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