About that Nikon Z6/Z7 EVF blackout

In my last Nikon Z7 recap post, I briefly reported about the Nikon Z7 EVF blackout and I still keep getting questions about it:

Blackout: what YT are saying is a joke. There is an option in the menu which enables the “view all” on continuous AF. There is no blackout at all excluding in mechanical single shot which is normal.

Clueless people (the usual suspects on YouTube and some rumors websites) made a big deal online about the Nikon Z7 EVF blackout:

Here is a new video by Ricci that explains and shows what exactly is going on in the Nikon Z6/Z7 EVF:

Many cameras with EVF have a blackout depending on the selected settings/options and this is normal. Do you want to see Sony mirrorless cameras with EVF blackout? Sure, enjoy:



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