Mirrorless technology, modern sensors, and video-focused streaming services have given rise to a range of cameras that are as capable of filming motion as they are shooting stills. The Nikon Z30 is the latest example. The smallest and lightest camera in the Z range, it has a 20.9-megapixel sensor, yet is geared towards video creators with features like a front-facing screen, 4K video output, eye-tracking autofocus, excellent low-light performance, and a built-in stereo microphone with external mic support. It can also run for up to 125 minutes at a time, draw power from its USB-C port for extended shoots, can be both controlled and off-loaded wirelessly, and has built-in electronic stabilization for on-the-go shots. Coming mid-July in three bundles: camera-only, with a 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 lens, or with both the 16-50mm and a telephoto 50-250mm f/4.3-6.3 lens.