The Nikon Z5 was announced this week at a price point approximately $400 less than the older Z6. While it was assumed that the Z6 would remain more capable in most ways, the cameras seem remarkably similar.
One of the first decisions the consumer is faced with when picking a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC) system is that of sensor size, and the decision typically boils down to full-frame vs. APSC vs. Micro Four Thirds.
While you can get excellent results with all three systems, it is important to take into account a few considerations before diving in and making an investment in a particular ecosystem of bodies and lenses.
When choosing a MILC system, don’t get too caught up on raw specs right away, but consider these two things first: