Nikon’s new Zf blends a body and control layout from the F-series film SLRs of the past with modern Nikon Z8 and Z9 DNA to produce a 24MP Z-mount full-frame mirrorless camera. But how does this blend of past and present hold up in the real world?
DPReview’s Richard Butler got his hands on the latest Nikon and provides a first look at the Zf’s BSI CMOS sensor, shooting modes, 3D Tracking autofocus, multi-shot high resolution mode and more.
Learn more about the camera in our Nikon Zf initial review, where you can browse through sample images we took and read our breakdown of what’s new and how it compares to other cameras on the market.
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