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NIKON Z7 : Nikon का पहला Full-Frame Mirrorless कैमरा | REVIEW| Tech Tak


The Nikon Z7 is Nikon’s first mirrorless camera. It uses the same 45.7 megapixels full-frame (35mm) sensor as Nikon’s flagship D850 and runs on the latest Expeed 6 processor.Z7 impresses with its size and compact form factor. At 675g, it is 30-40% lighter than the likes of D850, which makes it easy to carry on the shoulder or neck with the strap attached. For navigation, there is a touch-enabled 3.2-inch LCD screen which can be tilted up and down, keeping users aware of the photo composition. The only limitation is that it doesn’t swivel sideways.

The LCD screen is also bright enough for outdoor use. The Z7 comes with a high resolution OLED electronic viewfinder, which provides a more accurate idea of the exposure and depth-of-field in photos unlike optical viewfinders.The Z7 uses the new Z mount, with a slightly larger diameter of 55mm and flange length (distance between mounting ring and sensor plane) of 16mm.The Nikon Z7 impresses with many good points, but if you don’t want to spend so much there are less pricey options available, like Sony’s full-frame mirrorless Alpha 7 R II, which starts at ₹1,57,490.

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The Nikon Z7 is Nikon’s first mirrorless camera. It uses the same 45.7 megapixels full-frame (35mm) sensor as Nikon’s flagship D850 and runs on the latest Expeed 6 processor.Z7 impresses with its size and compact form factor. At 675g, it is 30-40% lighter than the likes of D850, which makes it easy to carry on the shoulder or neck with the strap attached. For navigation, there is a touch-enabled 3.2-inch LCD screen which can be tilted up and down, keeping users aware of the photo composition. The only limitation is that it doesn’t swivel sideways.

The LCD screen is also bright enough for outdoor use. The Z7 comes with a high resolution OLED electronic viewfinder, which provides a more accurate idea of the exposure and depth-of-field in photos unlike optical viewfinders.The Z7 uses the new Z mount, with a slightly larger diameter of 55mm and flange length (distance between mounting ring and sensor plane) of 16mm.The Nikon Z7 impresses with many good points, but if you don’t want to spend so much there are less pricey options available, like Sony’s full-frame mirrorless Alpha 7 R II, which starts at ₹1,57,490.

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