Nikon has announced the Z5, the fourth model in the company’s series of mirrorless full frame cameras and the cheaper variant of last year’s Z6 and Z7 models.

The Nikon Z5 is meant to bring the full-frame quality and look to the masses with a relatively low starting price of $1400. This makes it one of the cheapest full frame cameras on the market.

The Nikon Z5 has an FX-format 24.3MP CMOS sensor with the new EXPEED 6 image processor from the more expensive models. The camera has sensitivity up to ISO 51,200 (expandable to ISO 102,400) and can capture full resolution bursts at…

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