The Nikon ZF is easy to use and offers intuitive controls for a fun shooting experience.
Buttons and Dials
The ZF has dedicated dials and button for quick access to important settings. On the top plate, you’ll find a mode dial to select between manual, aperture-priority, shutter-priority, and program auto modes, as well as scene and effects modes. Two control dials are located on the front and rear of the camera to adjust shutter speed and aperture settings. Customize the function buttons to give you one-touch access for settings like ISO, White Balance, and AF Mode.
Viewfinder and Rear Screen
The ZF comes with a high-resolution, 100% frame coverage electronic viewfinder. This allows you to compose your shots accurately. The EVF’s refresh rate results in a smooth live view with minimal lag. The rear touchscreen is tiltable up and down, providing an intuitive interface to change settings, review photos, or pinch-zoom during playback.
The ZF’s menu system is logically organized, with settings grouped under photo shooting, movie shooting, custom settings, setup, retouch, and My Menu tabs.
For quick access, the top of the menu has dedicated spots for frequently used options like AF mode, image quality and metering mode. Custom settings menu allows you customize the ZF to suit your personal preferences. On the right hand side of the screen, you will find a helpful description for each setting.
Nikon ZF is a camera that offers a comfortable shooting experience with its ergonomic design, tactile controls and user-friendly interface. The ZF can be customized to fit your needs and shooting style by customizing the function buttons and My menu.
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