Home » Nikon » Nikon Z50 Reviews Roundup

Nikon Z50 Reviews Roundup

By on

The Nikon Z50 is a 20.9MP mirrorless camera with APS-c image sensor. The Nikon Z 50 offers a sub-$1000 entry point into company’s Z-mount mirrorless system. You can find several Nikon Z50 reviews below to find out more aboıut this camera.

The Nikon Z50 is a compact, lightweight camera that is a joy to use thanks to its deep handgrip, logical control layout, and very good electronic viewfinder and LCD screen. The Z50 is compatible with the FTZ mount adapter, allowing it to use F-mount DSLR lenses.

Nikon Z50features a 21MP BSI CMOS APS-C sensor (similar to what’s on the D500) with 209 phase detection AF pixels, ISO 100-51200, 11fps burst shooting, EXPEED 6 processor, 180-degree flip screen, 2360k-dot EVF, 4K UHD video recording at 30p, and a 395g body.

Unlike the Z6 and Z7, the Z50 does not have in-body image stabilization. The new Nikon DX-format mirrorless camera priced at $856.95 body only. Check availability at (B&H/Adorama/Amazon)

Nikon Z50 Reviews

From PhotographyBlog review :

Overall, the Nikon Z50 is a very well-realised camera with a lot of plus points and not many negatives. Our main reservations are about the range of lenses, or rather the lack of them, something that we hope Nikon will address sooner rather than later…

From DigitalCameraWorld verdict :

The Nikon Z 50 is not just a scaled down version of the Nikon Z 6 and Z 7. Nikon has done a remarkable job of giving such a small camera such a solid one-handed grip, but quite apart from the size of the camera, we were impressed by the 16-50mm pancake kit lens which is one of the slimmest APS-C kit lenses we’ve yet seen and uses a ‘proper’ mechanical zoom rather than an electrical power zoom system. But the clincher could be Nikon’s pricing. Body only, the Z 50 already costs less than its chief APS-C rivals, the Sony A6400 and Fujifilm X-T30, and the pricing for the kit lens and twin lens bundles is really quite remarkable.

From ePhotozine verdict :

If you do go for the Z50, then you’ll find a high-quality 20mp APS-C CMOS sensor, that gives excellent noise performance, great colour reproduction, rapid focus, and pretty much everything else you could want from a new camera. Nikon says the camera is weather-sealed to the same degree as the Nikon D7500.

The Z50 gives the same excellent image quality we’ve come to expect from Nikon cameras, it’s just that it’s in a thinner, more compact package, with the added bonus of quicker continuous shooting (at 11fps), a larger screen, and quicker access to settings, when compared to most Nikon DSLRs.

See also 2019 Nikon Black Friday Deals

Read more Nikon Camera Rumors.

Join the Nikon Camera Users Group to share your Nikon photography, ask and answer questions that arise and help each others!

Skylum's all-in-one photo editor Luminar 2018 is out now and available for just $69 for new users, with big discounts for upgrading users. We rated Luminar as "Highly Recommended".