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Nikon Z f + Nikkor Z 40mm f/2.0 SE

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  • Nikon Z f
  • classic design
  • Full frame camera
  • 24.5 megapixel
  • CMOS sensor
  • tilting and rotating TFT LCD touch monitor, 8cm
  • VR for 8.0 stops
  • electronic viewfinder
  • double memory card slot, 1 SD memory card and 1 microSD memory card
  • incl. Nikkor Z 40mm f/2.0 SE

Powerful Z-series technology for absolute sharpness, outstanding precision and remarkable speed. With every subject.
Modern and classic controls offer maximum shooting flexibility
Boundless creativity thanks to state-of-the-art features

The full-frame Nikon Z f camera. Make it iconic.
True full-frame performance. Pure creativity.
With its looks and dials, the Z f may remind you of the 35mm SLRs of yesteryear, but this full-frame mirrorless camera offers the performance of today - and meets your creative needs. The full-frame 24.5-megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 7 engine are perfectly matched. Together with the high light output offered by the large diameter Z bayonet, they give you more creative freedom. Sharpness, contrast, color fidelity, dynamic range, focus precision, low-light performance - you're given all the tools you need to create your unique style. EXPEED 7 is used in Nikon's professional Z 8 and Z 9 cameras, allowing all the camera's systems to work together perfectly. Deep Learning AF algorithms are run on it, thanks to which the Z f can detect and track more subjects than any other mirrorless camera system. It also enables the enormously powerful VR* with 8.0 EV stops. EXPEED 7 is also behind the clear, noise-free images at high ISOs. When shooting stills, the Z f offers a native sensitivity range of 100 - 64,000 ISO (which can be extended to 204,800 in Hi 1.7 mode). For movie shooting, the maximum native ISO sensitivity is 51,200 (and can be extended to 204 800 in Hi2 mode). Both for evening shots in low-light conditions and for sharp, detailed images in bright sunlight. Shooting succeeds.

Revolutionary High-Performance VR
You've never seen image stabilization (VR) like this before. The Z f's extremely powerful VR system ensures blur-free shots - thanks to an effectiveness of an incredible 8.0 stops of 5-axis image stabilization and the world's first Focus Area VR.1,2 When shooting, Focus Area VR offers truly revolutionary control over the sharpest point in the frame. Rather than simply stabilizing the image in the center, the VR system aligns the image with the active focus point. Whether focusing on the outer edge of the frame or letting the AF track a fast-moving subject: The focus is rock solid. When shooting movies, you can combine the in-camera sensor-shift VR with the electronic VR3. This makes for smooth, freehand shots. When using NIKKOR-Z wide-angle lenses, any trapezoidal distortion is also corrected. Whether photos or movies: In-camera VR provides excellent stabilization for fixed focal length lenses. Even when using your highly regarded and veteran NIKKOR lenses with F bayonet: The Z f's powerful VR supports you with its 8.0 EV stops of effectiveness - without sacrificing image quality.

Scene Recognition Even When Focusing Manually
Thanks to its powerful EXPEED 7 engine and Deep Learning technology, this full-frame mirrorless camera offers the ultimate in manual focus support: Scene Recognition When shooting with manual focus (MF) and Scene Recognition enabled, the Z f detects the subject and moves the focus point there automatically. This saves you a lot of time when photographing people or animals. You can rely on the camera to safely place the focus measurement field on the face or even the eye. This way, you can devote your full attention to the composition. The MF metering works regardless of whether you're shooting through the viewfinder or the monitor. What's more, you can also use it for shooting with classic F-mount Lenses.

Unrestricted Tilt and Rotate Monitor
With the first unrestricted tilt and rotate touchscreen monitor on a full-frame Nikon Z-series camera, you'll keep everything in view easily and clearly when shooting from any angle. What's more, Touch Function Call-up gives you a whole new way to assign shooting functions. Touch Function Call lets you assign button functions to nine customizable areas of the bright, high-resolution touchscreen. It's flexible and intuitive to operate the camera: By tapping an area, you can easily move the focus metering area, switch between subject eyes, select grid lines, activate a virtual horizon, and more. With Touch Function Call enabled, you can even control the position of the focus point with your thumb on the monitor while looking through the viewfinder. Whether you're shooting using the monitor or viewfinder, the camera is smooth to operate. When you shoot in portrait mode, the menus and controls on the screen are aligned vertically. In addition, when you rotate the monitor toward you, the camera automatically switches to self-portrait mode.
 
Stunning detail with Pixel Shift
The Z f is the first Nikon Z camera to support a Pixel Shift option that combines up to 32 exposures to create ultra-high-resolution images with unsurpassed detail precision and spectacular color fidelity. The feature is ideal for shooting in controlled studio environments - or any environment - where the subject remains absolutely motionless. By selecting a one-pixel shift, you can merge four or eight shots into one 24-megapixel RAW image. This corresponds to a size of four RAW images. With a pixel shift of 0.5 pixels, you can merge 16 or 32 shots to create a RAW image with an impressive 96 MP resolution and a maximum image size of 16 RAW images. When you merge eight or 32 shots, moiré, color fringing, and noise are significantly reduced. Combined with the Z f's razor-sharp focus, the results of pixel-shift shooting are astounding. From breathtaking to unimaginable - nothing beats it4.
Additional Information
1 8.0 stops Image stabilization effect with NIKKOR Z 24-120mm f/4 S telephoto lens. According to CIPA standard.
2 World's first focus area VR. Based on Nikon research, as of August 2, 2023. When using NIKKOR Z Lenses without their own VR, in-camera (3-axis) focus area VR is available. When multiple focus points are displayed, focus point VR has no effect.
3 When using electronic image stabilization, the angle of view is equivalent to that of a lens with approximately 1.25x focal length.
4 Nikon's NX Studio software is required for high-resolution pixel shift shooting.
5 AF sensitivity of up to -10 EV. Measured in Photo mode at ISO 100 and a temperature of 20 °C with single AF-S and a lens with a f/1.2 aperture.
6 Pre-Release Capture can only be set when shooting with High-Speed Frame Capture+ to record continuous shooting at up to 30 frames per second.
7 4K UHD footage from 6K oversampling can be recorded at frame rates of 30p/25p/24p in the FX frame range.
8 4K/60p movie recording is available in DX format.

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Nikon Z f + Nikkor Z 40mm f/2.0 SE

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  • Nikon Z f
  • classic design
  • Full frame camera
  • 24.5 megapixel
  • CMOS sensor
  • tilting and rotating TFT LCD touch monitor, 8cm
  • VR for 8.0 stops
  • electronic viewfinder
  • double memory card slot, 1 SD memory card and 1 microSD memory card
  • incl. Nikkor Z 40mm f/2.0 SE

Product description for Nikon Z f + Nikkor Z 40mm f/2.0 SE

Powerful Z-series technology for absolute sharpness, outstanding precision and remarkable speed. With every subject.
Modern and classic controls offer maximum shooting flexibility
Boundless creativity thanks to state-of-the-art features

The full-frame Nikon Z f camera. Make it iconic.
True full-frame performance. Pure creativity.
With its looks and dials, the Z f may remind you of the 35mm SLRs of yesteryear, but this full-frame mirrorless camera offers the performance of today - and meets your creative needs. The full-frame 24.5-megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 7 engine are perfectly matched. Together with the high light output offered by the large diameter Z bayonet, they give you more creative freedom. Sharpness, contrast, color fidelity, dynamic range, focus precision, low-light performance - you're given all the tools you need to create your unique style. EXPEED 7 is used in Nikon's professional Z 8 and Z 9 cameras, allowing all the camera's systems to work together perfectly. Deep Learning AF algorithms are run on it, thanks to which the Z f can detect and track more subjects than any other mirrorless camera system. It also enables the enormously powerful VR* with 8.0 EV stops. EXPEED 7 is also behind the clear, noise-free images at high ISOs. When shooting stills, the Z f offers a native sensitivity range of 100 - 64,000 ISO (which can be extended to 204,800 in Hi 1.7 mode). For movie shooting, the maximum native ISO sensitivity is 51,200 (and can be extended to 204 800 in Hi2 mode). Both for evening shots in low-light conditions and for sharp, detailed images in bright sunlight. Shooting succeeds.

Revolutionary High-Performance VR
You've never seen image stabilization (VR) like this before. The Z f's extremely powerful VR system ensures blur-free shots - thanks to an effectiveness of an incredible 8.0 stops of 5-axis image stabilization and the world's first Focus Area VR.1,2 When shooting, Focus Area VR offers truly revolutionary control over the sharpest point in the frame. Rather than simply stabilizing the image in the center, the VR system aligns the image with the active focus point. Whether focusing on the outer edge of the frame or letting the AF track a fast-moving subject: The focus is rock solid. When shooting movies, you can combine the in-camera sensor-shift VR with the electronic VR3. This makes for smooth, freehand shots. When using NIKKOR-Z wide-angle lenses, any trapezoidal distortion is also corrected. Whether photos or movies: In-camera VR provides excellent stabilization for fixed focal length lenses. Even when using your highly regarded and veteran NIKKOR lenses with F bayonet: The Z f's powerful VR supports you with its 8.0 EV stops of effectiveness - without sacrificing image quality.

Scene Recognition Even When Focusing Manually
Thanks to its powerful EXPEED 7 engine and Deep Learning technology, this full-frame mirrorless camera offers the ultimate in manual focus support: Scene Recognition When shooting with manual focus (MF) and Scene Recognition enabled, the Z f detects the subject and moves the focus point there automatically. This saves you a lot of time when photographing people or animals. You can rely on the camera to safely place the focus measurement field on the face or even the eye. This way, you can devote your full attention to the composition. The MF metering works regardless of whether you're shooting through the viewfinder or the monitor. What's more, you can also use it for shooting with classic F-mount Lenses.

Unrestricted Tilt and Rotate Monitor
With the first unrestricted tilt and rotate touchscreen monitor on a full-frame Nikon Z-series camera, you'll keep everything in view easily and clearly when shooting from any angle. What's more, Touch Function Call-up gives you a whole new way to assign shooting functions. Touch Function Call lets you assign button functions to nine customizable areas of the bright, high-resolution touchscreen. It's flexible and intuitive to operate the camera: By tapping an area, you can easily move the focus metering area, switch between subject eyes, select grid lines, activate a virtual horizon, and more. With Touch Function Call enabled, you can even control the position of the focus point with your thumb on the monitor while looking through the viewfinder. Whether you're shooting using the monitor or viewfinder, the camera is smooth to operate. When you shoot in portrait mode, the menus and controls on the screen are aligned vertically. In addition, when you rotate the monitor toward you, the camera automatically switches to self-portrait mode.
 
Stunning detail with Pixel Shift
The Z f is the first Nikon Z camera to support a Pixel Shift option that combines up to 32 exposures to create ultra-high-resolution images with unsurpassed detail precision and spectacular color fidelity. The feature is ideal for shooting in controlled studio environments - or any environment - where the subject remains absolutely motionless. By selecting a one-pixel shift, you can merge four or eight shots into one 24-megapixel RAW image. This corresponds to a size of four RAW images. With a pixel shift of 0.5 pixels, you can merge 16 or 32 shots to create a RAW image with an impressive 96 MP resolution and a maximum image size of 16 RAW images. When you merge eight or 32 shots, moiré, color fringing, and noise are significantly reduced. Combined with the Z f's razor-sharp focus, the results of pixel-shift shooting are astounding. From breathtaking to unimaginable - nothing beats it4.
Additional Information
1 8.0 stops Image stabilization effect with NIKKOR Z 24-120mm f/4 S telephoto lens. According to CIPA standard.
2 World's first focus area VR. Based on Nikon research, as of August 2, 2023. When using NIKKOR Z Lenses without their own VR, in-camera (3-axis) focus area VR is available. When multiple focus points are displayed, focus point VR has no effect.
3 When using electronic image stabilization, the angle of view is equivalent to that of a lens with approximately 1.25x focal length.
4 Nikon's NX Studio software is required for high-resolution pixel shift shooting.
5 AF sensitivity of up to -10 EV. Measured in Photo mode at ISO 100 and a temperature of 20 °C with single AF-S and a lens with a f/1.2 aperture.
6 Pre-Release Capture can only be set when shooting with High-Speed Frame Capture+ to record continuous shooting at up to 30 frames per second.
7 4K UHD footage from 6K oversampling can be recorded at frame rates of 30p/25p/24p in the FX frame range.
8 4K/60p movie recording is available in DX format.

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Review of the Nikon Z f retro camera with full-frame sensor

Finally, after its launch in October 2023, we were able to present the Nikon Z f a vintage sister of the Nikon Z6 II with the more modern autofocus system of the larger Z9/Z8 models. However, the focus here is not on the design, but also on the features of the camera! Manual lenses with electronic contact benefit enormously here.

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Nikon Z f + Nikkor Z 40mm f/2.0 SE

Bildsensor
Sensor Auflösung
24.5 MP
Sensorgröße (Typ)
Vollformat
Sensorgröße (Maße)
35.9x23.9 mm
Sensor-Typ
CMOS
Optik
Brennweite
40- mm
optischer Zoom
1 fach
Lichtstärke f/
2- f
Naheinstellung
0.29- m
Autofokus
ja
Technik
Belichtungsmessung
Mehrfeld-, Mittenbetont-, Spotmessung
Belichtungsautomatik
Programmautomatik, Zeitautomatik, Blendenautomatik + Manuell
Blitz
Blitzschuh
Konnektivität
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
WiFi
maximale Video-Auflösung
4K Video
maximale fps (Video)
60fps (bei 4K)
Anschluss
HDMI micro (Typ D)
USB Typ-C
Blitz-Anschluss
Nikon
Objektiv-Anschluss
Nikon Z
ISO-Empfindlichkeit
100 - 64.000
ISO-Empfindlichkeit (erweiterbar)
100 - 204.800
Fokusmessfelder/Autofokuspunkte
273
Speicher
Speichersystem
SD Karten-Slot
micro SD Karten-Slot
Speicherkartentyp
SDHC
SDXC
SD
micro SDHC
micro SDXC
micro SD
Ausstattung
Blitzsynchronisation
1/200 s
Dioptrieneinstellung
-4-2 dtp
Filtergewinde
52 mm
Displaygröße ca.
8 cm
Display-Auflösung
2.1 MP
Display beweglich
ja
Touchscreen
ja
Bildstabilisator
ja
Bildstabilisator-Art
5-Achsen Bildstabilisierung
optischer/elektronischer Sucher
ja
Sucher-Auflösung
3.69 MP
Suchervergrößerung
0.8 fach
Suchertyp
OLED Sucher
Abmessungen und Gewicht
Außenmaße B x H x T ca.
144x103x94 mm
Gewicht ca.
880 g
Sonstiges
Farbton
schwarz
Akku-/Batterie-Typ
Nikon EN-EL15c
Handgriff-Typ
Nikon Smallrig Handgriff für Nikon Z f
Lieferumfang
Im Lieferumfang
Zubehörschuhabdeckung BS-1, Gummi-Augenmuschel DK-33, Gehäusedeckel BF-N1, Lithium-Ionen-Akku EN-EL15c mit Akku-Schutzkappe, Trageriemen AN-DC27, USB-Kabel UC-E25
EAN and KAN KAN
EAN
4960759913685
KAN
VOA120K001

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