NIKON Z90 Shutter count

The mirrorless equivalent of the Nikon D500 is being touted as the APS-C flagship in Nikon's Z series camera. With the aid of a 1.5x crop factor that amplifies the focal length, Nikon's Z90 is said to be built around a 33MP DX sensor that can capture oversampled 4K 60p video and achieve 15fps burst shooting. Among the other claimed features are 6 stops of in-body image stabilization, a 3.2-inch tilt-only touchscreen, and a hybrid memory card combo with one CFexpress B slot and an SD slot. This camera is a must-have in Nikon's lineup, and I expect this or a comparable device to be available soon. The life expectancy of its shutter is completely unknown at this time.

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NIKON Z90 Life expectancy

The NIKON Z90 has a Shutter count expectancy of: 150000 shots

Check how this value compares with other camera models' shutter count life expectancy, including low range and high range cameras in the chart below.

Life expectancy in years of NIKON Z90

This camera should last on average 150000 shots. But also consider that the lifetime of a camera, measured in years, will depend on the number of pictures you take per day. Taking 100 pictures per day, would cause the camera to last close to 4 years. Of course that would also mean that the less pictures taken per day, the less the shutter wears, and therefore it will last longer. Check the next table that summarizes it.

Pictures taken per dayAverage life expectancy measured in years

nikon z90 release date

This camera is not available in the market yet, but soon will be so keep an eye on it

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