Inside the numbers of the new Nikon Z f
Take a run through the stats and spec of Nikon’s new classic camera, where iconic design meets incredible full frame performance
Effective pixels: 24.5 million
The sensor on the Nikon Z f guarantees amazing image quality on stills and video.
ISO sensitivity: Lo, 100 to 64000 to Hi 1.7 in photo mode
Lo, 100 to 51200 up to Hi 2 for video. The Nikon Z f is a master of low-light situations.
Processing engine: EXPEED 7
Image quality: Outstanding
RAW/lossless compression/high efficiency/high efficiency★/HEIF (MIAF standard 10-bit recording)/JPEG.
Autofocus: Single-point AF: 273 points
273 points with coverage area: approx. 89% vertical × approx. 88% horizontal. Auto-area AF: 299 points, coverage area: approx. 89% vertical × approx. 96% horizontal. The Nikon Z f also includes face, eye and torso detection, as well as dogs, cats, birds and vehicles detection. You’ll be shooting sharp whatever the subject.
Low-light AF limit: -10 EV (using f/1.2 lens)
Even in low-light situations, the AF will hone in on your subject with precision.
On board VR: Up to 8 stops of focus point VR for ultra-steady shooting
World’s first focus point VR keeps VR concentrating on the subject for even sharper images.
Monitor: Fully vari-angle 8cm with approximately 2100k dot
Shoot yourself. Shoot at any angle you like and still see the monitor screen with the full vari-angle screen on the Nikon Z f.
Image creation support: 11 kinds of Picture Control
With three monochrome modes (monochrome, flat monochrome and deep tone monochrome) and a new portrait mode added. 20 Creative Picture Control settings and a dedicated monochrome switch for instant access to mono shooting.
Video: Shoot 4K at 60p (DX)/30p (FX), and HD at 120p/60p/30p, with H.265/264, N-Log and HLG
You can also record 4K video at 60p (with DX crop) for 125 minutes in a normal temperature environment. Video-specific features on the Nikon Z f include a red REC border, focus peaking, zebra stripes, a waveform display, fine ISO control and a video info display.
Card slots: 2
One SDXC (UHS-II) and one microSD (UHS-I)
One HDMI Type D, one USB Type C, external mic input and headphone output
Burst shooting: Continuous H: 7.8 fps, continuous H (extended): Approx. 14 fps
High-Speed Frame Capture: Approx. 30 fps*
* Fixed to JPEG [L] and NORMAL
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