It’s been a while since we heard anything about the hypothetical Nikon Z30 – an entry-level camera in Nikon’s Z mirrorless lineup to replace the popular Nikon D3x00 series DSLRs. In fact, it’s been over a year, with the N2016 code – presumed to be the Z30 at the time but turned out to be the Z fc (thanks enchalta!) – being discovered in April of 2021. It was expected that the Z30 would be announced last May, but that date has long since passed.
Now, though, new rumours suggest that we might be getting closer to a release – although they still don’t know exactly when. With the push that other companies seem to have been making for APS-C lately, with two new APS-C RF cameras from Canon and three lenses from Sony (with another camera rumoured), it’s about time for Nikon to add more APS-C variety now they’ve had a few years to flesh out their full-frame lineup.
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