Nikon has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of a new vlogging camera in India. The Nikon Z30 features a 20MP APS-C mirrorless sensor. The vlogger-focused camera has a dedicated focus mode, lengthy video recording times, microphone, movie-record indicator light, the REC lamp, auto-switch to self-portrait mode when the monitor faces front, and an angle of vision that is around 100% even in 4K UHD/30p.
The Z30 is a camera made specifically for recording videos. The camera provides unparalleled consistency and gives a focused shot in any situation with up to 125 minutes of filming time, an Eye-Detection Autofocus, and Full-time Autofocus (AF-F). It is ideal for those who enjoy making vlogs. There are more focus modes to choose from in Auto mode, including Single Autofocus (AF-S), Continuous Autofocus (AF-C), and Manual Focus, for greater flexibility in focusing based on subject type (MF).
An Animal-Detection AF that detects a pet’s eyes for a focused framing is also available for both video and stills for the furry companions that are ready for the trending hashtags. The camera has a 20MP APS-C sensor and supports Full-time Autofocus and Eye-Detection Autofocus (AF-F).
With an ISO sensitivity of up to 25600 for films and up to 51200 for still photographs, you can capture clarity and textures even in low-light situations, such as night market excursions or evening cookouts, giving each photograph personality and vitality. Users of the Z 30 can obtain up to 125 minutes of shooting time.
The camera’s capability to record minute details in 4K UHD footage with an almost 100% angle of view provides a wider viewpoint in tight locations or scenarios, such as filming beauty lessons or food flat lays. With Full HD/120p for slow-motion filming and 20 different filter effects from Creative Picture Controls.
The Z30 features a 3-inch vari-angle touch-sensitive monitor for individuals who like to vlog on the go or capture memories while travelling. The camera is housed in a portable housing that weighs about 350g and is ideal for prolonged shooting or transporting. Additionally, Full HD films up to 120 frames per second can be recorded by users for slow-motion recordings.
The Z30 is further improved by a wide selection of compatible accessories and a suite of Nikon ecosystem products, including Webcam Utility for live streaming and NX Studio for quick and simple video editing. Not to mention, SnapBridge offers customers the chance to shoot remotely while also providing a hassle-free and seamless experience by allowing instant camera-to-smart device sharing.
Exposure compensation in Auto mode allows users to more easily adjust the balance of an image’s light and shadows. Picture Control’s three parameters of modifications are helpful for creators who are particular about being able to portray every subtlety of an intended portrait photo.
The camera also produces up to approximately 11 frames per second in high-speed continuous shooting (extended) or around 5 frames per second in the usual mode thanks to Nikon’s very own CMOS sensor and the same image-processing engine used in the Nikon Z 7 camera. Silent mode, which prevents the shutter from making any sound when it is released, enables shooting in locations or situations that demand minimal disruptions.
The Nikon Z30 delivers an efficient set of operational controls inherited from expensive Z series camera models, giving customers an even more stress-free experience. The camera will likely be improved with a mode dial that can save up to three original settings, custom buttons for assigning to commonly used settings, and a photo/video picker that enables quick and simple switching. Get cosy with a functional yet stylish design that features a front right shoulder that is ergonomically contoured with a deep embossed leather grip.
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