Nikon introduces mirrorless Z30 camera for vlogging and video content creation
Suitable for aspiring vloggers and live-streamers.
Nikon has introduced its new Z30 camera as part of its mirrorless camera series on June 29.
With its compact size and light weight of just about 350g, the camera is convenient to carry around to shoot vlogs or live-streams on the go.
Like its counterparts in the full-frame Z series cameras, the Z30 offers Eye-Detection Autofocus and Full-time Autofocus (AF-F) for consistently focused shots.
Its rotatable 7.5cm vari-angle touch-sensitive monitor allows for an almost 100 per cent-angled view of the surroundings, allowing users to explore their creativity.
The camera also has a movie-record indicator light for users to know when their camera is rolling, and can film up to 125 minutes of shooting time.
It captures clear 4K video footage even in low-light settings, thanks to its sensitivity of up to ISO 25600 for videos and ISO 51200 for still images.
The camera is also compatible with Nikon’s WebCam Utility software, which allows users to stream live from the camera.
More information about the camera and where it can be purchased will be updated on the Nikon site here.