The long-rumored Nikon Z30, which is expected to be its new entry-level mirrorless cameras, has edged closer to a possible launch thanks to the registration of a new DX Z-mount camera.
As usual, it was the ever-reliable Nokishita who spotted the registration of the new Nikon camera in Taiwan. The filing doesn’t explicitly reveal the name of the camera, so we could be looking at a Nikon Z30 or a Nikon Z50 II, but the clues gives us a good idea of what kind of camera to expect.
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