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  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver
  • Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver

Nikon Z fc Digital Camera with 28mm Lens - Silver

£1,129.00

  • 20.9MP DX format CMOS sensor
  • EXPEED 6 Image Processing Engine
  • Hybrid-AF with 209 on-sensor AF Points
  • Fast, continuous shooting at 11fps
  • 4K Movie up to 30p
  • Slow-Motion capture in Full HD
  • Vari-angle screen
  • WiFi/Bluetooth Connectivity

 

Capture your iconic moments with a camera that connects you to the aesthetic you’ve always loved. Inspired by the celebrated Nikon FM2 SLR film camera from the early ‘80s, the Z fc mirrorless camera boasts authentic design details that have been meticulously re-created: from the control dials to the round viewfinder and the classic Nikon logo engraved on the pentaprism.

 

Iconic—it’s in the family

The black textured body. The subtle grain in the silver metal of the frame. The Z fc mirrorless camera displays just as much character as the Nikon SLR film cameras of yesterday—and its special-edition NIKKOR Z lens looks the part too. It’s all about original design details from back then. And real creative power for today.

 

 

Physical control dials

Individual dials let you control shutter speed, exposure compensation, and ISO sensitivity without going into the camera menu. You can also set up the camera so that you can use the command dials for shutter speed or exposure compensation.

 

 

Top display panel

Are you going for portraits with shallow depth of field, or wide street scenes that are sharp from front to back? The small display panel lets you confirm aperture at a glance by showing you the f/stop number you’re shooting at.

 

 

Round electronic viewfinder

The high-resolution viewfinder on the Z fc is electronic, but the design is circular—just like the optical viewfinder was on the Nikon FM2. You’ll see everything clearly and it activates when you bring the camera up to your eye.

 

 

Built for today

The Z fc might look like it just stepped out of the ‘80s, but the robust magnesium-alloy chassis ensures this mirrorless camera is ready for today. Sturdy in every way, the body is also lightweight and easy to carry around. Hang it from your shoulder and prepare for admiring glances from passers-by.

 

 

You can feel the quality

The skeleton of the Z fc is forged from magnesium alloy, the same material used in Nikon’s professional cameras. Striking an optimal balance of durability and lightness, this is a camera designed to go wherever inspiration takes you.

 

 

Tell stories your way

How will you capture your iconic moments? Video wasn’t an option with the Nikon FM2, but that SLR camera still broke barriers when it arrived, with faster shutter speeds than ever before. The Z fc delivers stunning video footage—and it’s also the first Nikon Z camera to feature a vari-angle monitor. Prepare to take your framing to a whole other level whether shooting handheld or with a tripod.

 

 

Masterful movies

You can record 4K/UHD video at 30p, or turn ordinary moments into epic moments by shooting slow-motion footage in Full HD. You can also capture still frames while filming and create dramatic 4K time-lapse sequences in-camera.

 

Intriguing angles

The high-resolution vari-angle touchscreen monitor makes it easy to shoot at the angle you want. Turn the monitor to the front and the camera automatically enters self-portrait mode. Perfect whether you’re filming or taking selfies.

 

 

Vibrant vlogs

Great content deserves to look great, too. With the Z fc, you’ll get incredible sharpness and flattering depth of field. Use it for interviews—or turn the vari-angle monitor on yourself for perfectly framed straight-to-camera segments.