There’s been a ton of new camera releases and we’ve written reviews on some of them, so be sure to check it out. Things are getting exciting in the digital camera world! If you’re filming, nearly every camera release has video-centric features and options. These days, it’s harder to find a camera that will only do photography, compared to cameras that do both video and stills. Here are a couple new cameras that will get you excited to shoot, there’s only one DSLR in the mix!
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Sony ZV1 (Or ZV-1)
Sony’s classic RX100 series has been repackaged into a similarly sized video-focused unit. On the photo aspect, it shoots 20.1 megapixel images up to 24 photos a second. For videos, the ZV1 will do 1080i at 60 fps and 4K at 30 fps. A first for Sony’s compacts, it now has a flip out screen that will also face forward. Paired with the 24-70mm equivalent zoom from the RX100VA, it’s a professional camera in a pocketable form factor.
Ever since the mirrorless full-frame race has started, manufacturers have been trying to one-up each other with various goals of being the smallest and lightest. Due to be released in October 2020, this takes the title of smallest 35mm sensor camera with IBIS (in-body image stabilization).
This is Nikon’s first APS-C camera in the Z range. It’s an excellent mid-range photographic camera with video capabilities. It’s the start of crop sensor bodies in the Z range, hopefully soon bringing back the popular D3100, D3200, D3300, D3400, and the D3500 models but in mirrorless form.
A successor to the D750, and the latest in the line from the D700. It’s an incredible all-rounder with great performance in both photos and videos. At its heart is a 24.5MP backlit CMOS sensor with phase detection. For photos, it can shoot continuously at 7 frames per second, or boosted to 12 fps in electronic shutter mode. It does drop to 12-bit though. For videos, it’s impressive for a DSLR. It can shoot 4K up to 30 frames a second. The D780 is the perfect upgrade for people with older Nikon DSLRs.