Z-series cameras are getting more attraction after an entry-level Nikon Z-series camera. The Z6 and Z7 models are still the only 2 cameras in the line. It would please many existing Nikon APS-C DSLR users waiting for the right camera to move to. The company still didn’t make an official launch or any teaser campaign and no model spotted. But, there is a necessity if the Z system is to flourish precisely this kind of camera that would bolster the Z system and broaden its appeal towards a wider audience. So, Nikon launched its Z series with the Z6 and Z7 makes introducing models on either side of these easy to fit within a single-digit naming convention.
It is noteworthy that Nikon Z1, Nikon Z3, and Nikon Z5 have been rumored at some point. The company made it clear early that they are concentrating on high-end mirrorless and DSLR cameras, instead of the more affordable end of the market. Nikon doesn’t have any junior-level mirrorless offerings below its newer full-frame cameras, unlike Sony, Canon, Panasonic, and others. Last year, the company has ditched its 1-series line, whose models were all priced well below the Z6 and Z7.
Sony’s A5100, A6000, and A6300 are all waiting for your attention if you’re on a budget. You can still use your lenses, albeit with a crop factor and a lower-resolution output if you want to move to a full-frame body in the line. But, the cheapest entry point into Nikon’s mirrorless line remains the Z6. It is a more affordable end of the full-frame scale. Supposed images already suggest that the viewfinder will be dropped. Dropping 4K video recording and using an APS-C sensor instead of a full-frame one would be the other most likely changes between a new model and the 2 existing models. The images suggest that such a model would retain a tilting LCD screen.