In celebration of National Camera Day, Nikon has now introduced its latest camera designed for streamers, content creators, and vloggers: the Z 30. Sitting at the heart of the camera is a 21-megapixel CMOS sensor that'll give you plenty of definition for your stills, and its 4K UHD video recording capabilities make it perfect for those shooting vlogs or online content.
To make the device even handier, the Z 30 is Nikon's smallest and lightest Z series mirrorless camera to date so you can easily take it on the go with you no matter what location you're filming at.
Naturally, it boasts a vari-angle touchscreen LCD that can face the front as well to give you a better idea of your framing and shooting process, while an intuitive, user-friendly control scheme means you don't have to be a camera expert to operate the Z 30 and make the most out of it. If you're on a tight schedule to upload content to YouTube, Instagram or TikTok, you can also transfer your files from the camera to your mobile devices conveniently through Nikon's SnapBridge app.
Available this July, the Nikon Z 30 will go for $850 USD with one lens or $1,200 USD with a two-lens kit. Learn more over on the camera maker's website.
Elsewhere in tech, Apple is reportedly working on a replacement for the original HomePod.