Nikon Z7 FX-Format Mirrorless Camera Body w/NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S
|Continuous shooting speed||9 fps|
|Item weight||1.29 Pounds|
|Effective still resolution||45.7 MP|
|Optical zoom||2 x|
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 13.46 x 6.86 x 10.16 cm; 585.13 Grams
- Date First Available : 5 November 2018
- Manufacturer : Nikon
- ASIN : B07GQ3HVW1
- Item Model Number : 1594
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Think of the Z7 as the new D760. All the sweet handling of a 750 with the output of an 850. And 3 “U” banks!
Image quality is as good as or better than the 850.
Nikkor F lenses’ AF speed is as fast as the 850 and perhaps a little more accurate.
The Sony XQD card gobbles up the 60MB, 14 bit NEFs at a remarkably fast rate.
The 24 – 70 lens is super sharp wide open. Belying its lite weight and small size.
The FTZ lens adapter works seamlessly with no performance penalty.
With older “D” screw driven AF lenses, in camera VR works great and AE works great (but no AF.)
The viewfinder is VERY close to the excellent viewfinders of the 750 and 850 with lots of add-on features.
The VR is much better than either the 750 or 850.
You can get the full resolution benefits of the sensor, while hand holding the camera.
In summary: the Z7 is a small, fast handling camera that turns out remarkable results.
Currently there is only one program that lets you use the Z7’s 14 bit NEFs in Photoshop. That is Nikons new ViewNX-i program. It is as slow as it ever, and only produces very large TIFFs. I’m sure Adobe is working on that problem.
There are some Nikkor lenses that, as yet, don’t work with the Z7. For instance the DX 10.5mm.
Some third party lenses suffer performance lags. For instance, the Tamron 45mm f1.8 hunts a lot in lower light.
The Z7’s very low light (available darkness) AF performance is good, but not as good as the 850’s.
The XQD cards are outrageously expensive.
Oct. 13, 2018 - Three days ago, Adobe has upgrade their "DNG converter" to work with Z7 NEFs. The upgrade works fine. My workflow is now: Z7 NEF > DNG converter > Bridge > Adobe Camera Raw > Photoshop.