Introduced in 1982, the Nikon FM2 was one of the company's most beloved, and longest-running models, being produced until 2001. With the new Z fc, the company is channeling that same spirit. It's notable at first glance thanks to a heritage-inspired design, but also in use, as it offers mechanical dials for shutter speed, ISO, and exposure compensation. That is paired with modern technology, including a 20.9-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with a maximum ISO of 51,200, a 209-point hybrid AF system with Rapid Eye-Detection, even while shooting 4K video, and a 3.0-inch Vari-angle monitor that supports multiple shooting angles and also flips around for blogging. It's arriving alongside two new lenses designed to match the camera's vintage aesthetic, and in addition to black, it will be available in limited quantities in six premium exterior colors.