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Old 01-25-2020   #121
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...and a more detailed article from Thom Hogan explaining Nikon's VR system. (includes more detail on tripod use).
Excellent link, Lynn. Worth noting that this set of guidelines pretty much holds for every mfg. and VR lenses at the time it was written, at a minimum.

Obviously, it’s complicated. The other, later, link Lynn gave was “If you're counting on VR to let you take absurdly long shots, handheld or on a tripod, I'd strongly suggest that you select electronic first curtain shutter (EFCS) or the all-electronic shutter.” If you are under 1/2000 sec shutter speed, this solves a lot of potential motion blur problems. There’s more to it than that, loots more, but that’s the quick and dirty way to happiness.
My personal approach with any camera is to always shoot at native base ISO or as close to it as possible, so I am rarely using a shutter speed faster than 1/2000, so EFCS is on most of the time. The way Nikon implemented EFCS is more effective than it was on earlier cameras, though they won’t let you use it above 1/2000 to forestall the problems we have seen with EFCS in the past. Works in my situation, not necessarily everyone’s.

Vince, Thom Hogan is by far the best source of accurate information on all things Nikon. His guide to the Nikon Z6, Z7 contains more useful instruction than is available anywhere else including the (excellent) manual or the internet. It’s long, but it’s the best way to getting one’s money out of the camera.
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Old 01-26-2020   #122
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Old 01-26-2020   #123
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Thanks! I have enjoyed looking at your very fine work in this thread and others.
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I get a lot of joy out of using the Nikon Z6 with my old Nikon Rangefinder lenses.

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Getting a little crazy here....

With my bazooka of a lens -- 560mm f/5.6 Leitz Telyt-M, originally intended for Visoflex. As you can probably tell, I'm not exactly an expert bird photographer

I think this is an immature female pine warbler - I think!


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Part of an exceedingly decadent Sunday brunch at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, DC. How could I not take the Z7 along! Of course my wife came along too

All taken with the 50/1.8.


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Part of a job I shot last week.


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A little mid-morning light today.


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Vince,

Is the "Morning Petals" with the Nikon 50/1.8 S, or something else?
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Is the "Morning Petals" with the Nikon 50/1.8 S, or something else?
With the 85/1.8 S, at about f/3.5.
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With the 85/1.8 S, at about f/3.5.
Nice feeling and atmosphere.

Mr. Pan was with the 50mm s?
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Nice feeling and atmosphere.

Mr. Pan was with the 50mm s?
Many thanks - no Mr. Pan was with the 24-70 f/2.8 S lens. I think at like f6.3-8.
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Old 02-06-2020   #134
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Just love the way that the Z7 renders skin texture.


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Vince Lupo - wildlife photographer!

First two are with the 85/1.8, third one is with the 200-500/5.6 with the FTZ adapter.


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A rather large early morning visitor to our backyard.


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With the 60mm Micro G wide open, ISO 1600.


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With the 60mm Micro G wide open, ISO 1600.
Vince, it is often said that the super-high resolution of modern imaging chips is not kind to older folks, in terms of portraiture. But I really think you've made the system work for you here. Very nice use of the shallow depth of field; sharp where it needs to be to convey a sense of the person without the viewer feeling compelled to count every pore.

A nice, contemplative portrait.

I swear, there is one of these cameras in my future. . . .Nikon ought to send you a commission on RFC'ers who make the purchase.
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Vince, it is often said that the super-high resolution of modern imaging chips is not kind to older folks, in terms of portraiture. But I really think you've made the system work for you here. Very nice use of the shallow depth of field; sharp where it needs to be to convey a sense of the person without the viewer feeling compelled to count every pore.

A nice, contemplative portrait.

I swear, there is one of these cameras in my future. . . .Nikon ought to send you a commission on RFC'ers who make the purchase.
Many thanks Benjamin - I have a very tolerant wife

Based on the results I’ve been getting from this camera, from its ability to provide great-looking scans with the ES-2, to its video, as well as its black and white rendering, it has become a ‘do everything’ camera for me. As much as I am a Leica devotee, this camera has seemingly replaced my Monochrom (which I sold a couple of weeks ago), at least for now.

If the rumoured 61mp Z8 does in fact come out later this year, I hope that it retains the same body size and general design of the Z7. The camera feels great to hold and use.
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Looks almost Beartooth-ish.
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Looks almost Beartooth-ish.
Hi Vince,

Almost-ish, just lower altitude. These were Flaming Gorge, which is a bit out of the way for most people.
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Here's the color version of the one above. I liked the B&W better, but this one does give some sense of why the "Flaming" in Flaming Gorge.


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These are some black and white photos taken in Puglia with Nikon Z6 and Nikkor Z 24-70 / 4 zoom.
I love the excellent B / w of my Leica M9P but I believe that the Z6 is also able to provide optimal b / w.

[IMG]DSC_0401bn by albertospa, su Flickr[/IMG]

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These are some black and white photos taken in Puglia with Nikon Z6 and Nikkor Z 24-70 / 4 zoom.
I love the excellent B / w of my Leica M9P but I believe that the Z6 is also able to provide optimal b / w.

I'll take a deep breath, cover my ears, and say I think these are very "film-like'. Nicely done!

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Jeeze..those b&w's..w/24 to 70..
Very convincing..
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Jeeze..those b&w's..w/24 to 70..
Very convincing..
I know, that's why I've been hesitating on the M10M! The Z7 is pretty good in that department, especially in prints.
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As much as I hate to say it..I probably prefer to use a zoom for most of my stuff..as it seems my compositions come out way better when I have those spontaneous mm choices..
If I could double up with my M lenses..with the Nikon..I might just go for it..
But not sure how the sensor would work in that regard..
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The M lenses seem to do fine on the Z7, but the prime lenses that are dedicated for the Z are great too. I think I need to do more of a comparative study of the M lenses (Z7 vs my M-D, for example) to really see if there's a difference.
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The M lenses seem to do fine on the Z7, but the prime lenses that are dedicated for the Z are great too. I think I need to do more of a comparative study of the M lenses (Z7 vs my M-D, for example) to really see if there's a difference.
Vince,your photos and comparative study are always very interesting.
I have now posted some photos with Leica lenses:
https://www.rangefinderforum.com/for...=170444&page=3

As soon as I have time I will compare my Summilux 50 II on the Z6 and M9.
The Summilux 50 II is a very nice lens but with a very critical definition at the edges, but on the Z6 it seems to be as good as on the M9.
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Excellent photos Vince, very "crisp". Which lens did you use?
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Excellent photos Vince, very "crisp". Which lens did you use?
The Nikon 200-500/5.6 @ 500.
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