The new retro-inspired Nikon Zfc looks the business, and internally it’s almost identical to the older Nikon Z50. Essentially, Nikon has taken its existing DX model, prettied it up based on its FM2 film camera, and sprinkled it with a few bonus extras.
Paying a premium for something that looks a bit funkier isn’t anything new, and arguably the Zfc is worth it for that alone – after all, wanting to pick up your camera because you enjoy how it looks and feels is an important part of photography.
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