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What's the new move of Nikon Z Dx 50 ...?

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What's the new move of Nikon Z Dx 50 ...?

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Posted: 10-14-19 1:12 AM - Views: 948

By: Walter Schoeffthaler

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Nikon has now the biggest mount in history (Z-mount) and then they releas a Dx-camera (Z-50) with a "tiny" sensor behind this HUGE mount ....?!

What is Nikon thinking? Have they gone mad, all together. And no IBIS - which would at least have soften the appointmen-blow a bit. Really, this is Harakiri for Nikon. First they use all the tricks in the game to get us to change onto FullFrame, and now this ...? They are 5 years behind Sony, when it comes to mirrowless, and now they make one step in the wrong direction - in my humble opinion!

No problem for myselv, I have changed my whole system from Nikon to Fujifilm, but in my hart, I still like Nikon, always have, for that matter ...!
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Reply Nr.5 from Nikon Images on 11-11-19 7:20 AM



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Reply Nr.4 from Walter Schoeffthaler on 10-14-19 1:43 AM

Also, not only that - but on the day of the releas, they had 2 (TWO!) lenses for this new camera - and keep in mind this is not just a new itaration, a new model of an existing line. This is a completely NEW CAMERA and new LINE.

- They could not have made the impact any more DISSAPOINTING.

- Nikon NIKKOR Z DX 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR

- Nikon NIKKOR Z DX 50-250mm f/4.5-6.3 VR

Both of them really CHEAP'os, plasticy and both with a PLASTIC-mount !!!!
Really Nikon - can you do any worse to scare away any prospective customers?

- I don't get it really - what ARE they trying to do?


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