We recently got our hands on a final production Nikon Z fc, and we wasted no time taking the retro-styled camera out and about around the Seattle area. Given that it uses the sensor from the Z50, we expected solid image quality, and the Z fc delivers.
The collapsable 16-50mm F3.5-6.3 lens isn’t fast, but it’s decently sharp, and only adds about $140 to the price of the body-only kit.
We’re still waiting for Raw support for Z fc files in Adobe Camera Raw, so many images in this gallery were processed from .NEF files in-camera. Once ACR support is available, we’ll update this gallery.
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