Published Sep 16, 2020 |
Updated sample gallery
The Nikon Z5 is a compelling entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera sporting a 24MP non-BSI CMOS sensor. We recently got our hands on Adobe Camera Raw support and have updated our sample gallery with a variety Raw conversions adjacent to their out-of-camera JPEG counterparts, for your viewing pleasure.
In addition, we’ve run the Z5 through our studio test scene and added it to our comparison widget. Take a look below and see how it stacks up against its 24MP peers. And keep your eyes peeled for our full review, coming soon.
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