Nikon Z50 Firmware Update

Nikon Z50 DX-Format Mirrorless Camera

Nikon Z50 Firmware Update – The Z50 uses the same Z-lens installation as the larger sensor camera, which means that it can utilize the same range of Z-branded FX lenses, even with the 1, 5x-applied trimmer factor. Along with Z50, Nikon has also launched the first two lenses in a beginner Z-mount DX Lens set, a 16-50mm pancake Zoom, and a 50-250mm super Telephoto Zoom.

Nikon Z50 Design and Features

The Nikon Z50 features an APS-C 20.9-megapixel sensor with a 209 phase-detection AF pixel, expandable range of ISO 100-51200 to 20400, 11fps burst shooting with AF/AE tracking, EXPEED 6 processor, 180-degree touchscreen processor, 180-degree flip-screen, 2360k-dot EVF, 4K UHD video recording with 30p speed, Snapbridge, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and a body weighing less than 400g.

The Z50 looks very similar to the Z6 or Z7, which is slightly scaled up, with the viewfinder hump protruding from the center of the camera and a large enough grip extending forward from the body, without ever looking like posing as a DSLR.

The Z-mount, which is too large, even for a full-frame format, means the camera is not much smaller than its large sensory brother, but the lack of the top-plate LCD immediately distinguishes it visually.

Nikon Z50 Performance

The Nikon Z50 lets you play in shutter speeds of up to 30 seconds and has a Bulb mode for almost any aperture time, which is good news if you are very interested in night photography. There is an optional extended exposure noise reduction function that can be enabled to filter out the hot pixels that may appear when the very slow shutter speed is used.

D-Lighting is a Nikon dynamic range optimization tool that attempts to squeeze out the full dynamic range of sensors into a JPEG. Lighting D-Active works “on the Fly” before the in-camera processing engine converts RAW image data into JPEG. The available settings are off extra high, high, Normal, and low, plus automatic mode.

Check the camera firmware version

Nikon D800 Firmware Update version

How to Updating the Camera Firmware

  1. Create a new folder on your computer.

  2. Download the Nikon Z50 Firmware (F-Z50-V110W.exe / F-Z50-V110W.dmg) to the folder created in Step 1.
  3. Extract the Firmware file (F-Z50-V110W.exe / F-Z50-V110W.dmg) containing “Z_50_0110.bin” (camera firmware) to a folder called “Z50Update“.
  4. Copy the file “Z_50_0110.bin” to the memory card that has been formatted in the camera.
  5. Insert the memory card into the main slot on the camera and turn on the camera.
  6. Select the Firmware version in “SETUP MENU” and follow the instructions displayed on the camera screen to complete the firmware update.
  7. Turn off your camera and remove the memory card after the firmware update process is complete.
  8. Confirm that the camera firmware has been updated to the new version

Nikon Z50 Firmware Update for Windows

Name Firmware Version Download
Nikon Z7 Firmware C” Ver “1.10
Instructions for the firmware update

Nikon Z50 Firmware Update for Mac Os

Name Firmware Version Download
Nikon Z7 Firmware C” Ver “1.10
Instructions for the firmware update

See Also Nikon Z7 Firmware Update

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