Nikon's Z6 is close to the perfect Mirrorless camera for stills and movies. The 24-70F/4 lens is good start. Personally I prefer primes like the 50/1.8S or 105/1.4F. Even the 50/1.8 works great on this camera ( not so good for video ). It is small with good grip and produces sharper images than DSLRs. The preview before you shoot allows for best setup of shoot (WB, AE, and AF). Electronic first curtain improves landscape sharpness further. I sold my D850, because the Z6 does most of my work better and faster.
Pros: Very good preview mode Highest resolution of its class Perfect ergonomics Very good color representation Good battery life Very accurate AF at good light Low light AF useful for Astro Up to 12 pic/sec Easy setup and saving of iT Best in class video performance Excellent EVF and LCD MONITOR Better value than Z7 Excellent IIBIS 1/10 -1/4 sec hand held Price ~$1800
Cons: AF sometimes sluggish unpredictable FTZ interferes with tripod mounting plates
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One of the best cameras I've ever owned. If you are thinking of purchasing one, don't hesitate!
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So far so good with my first ever mirrorless camera. I enjoy the features and it fits very well with my other Nikon DSLRs. I've included a few low res photos that I took on my first shoot.
Pros: Lightweight, electronic viewfinder, focusing system, support for Nikon lenses, video features
Cons: None so far.
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Everything all the reviews said positive about the new Nikon is true. The transition from my D7200 was mostly seamless and my first weekend with the camera produced a lot of high-quality shots.
Pros: Sharpness is phenomenally coupled with the speed makes this just amazing
Cons: The adapter took some getting used to - but within an hour I was shooting as if I don't it all my life
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I like this cam very much. There are many great features, etc. I am concerned about the file handling capabilities. The interface between the photo files is not ideal. I understand Nikon's want to sell additional software, but as someone who's supposed to be working as professional, I'm left with a convoluted post production workflow when it comes to working with NEF RAW files. The simple fact that an updated MacBook Pro is unable to natively display the raw files and I'm forced to first view images in Nikon's proprietary software to make choices and then open the files in Photoshop is a hard pill to swallow. It's a shame. I am looking for a system and workflow that saves time and have considered buying multiple cameras of the same model. I hope Nikon gets this worked out soon. I'm left to continue my search unless this happens.
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