Another Nikon Z recap

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Here is another Nikon Z recap:

→ Nikon Z7 – try before you buy at WEX (UK).

→ Nikon Z cameras have compensation for focus breathing:

After the interview, we discovered a few very interesting points which Nikon does not promote enough and we found to actually be very important and potentially huge selling points (at least for some users). The first is that the Z cameras have compensation for focus breathing on all (native?) lenses – this is amazing and it actually seems to work from our very short testing – we will test this more). The cameras also keep the focus when zooming in and out very well – both of these could be invaluable for some video shooters in our opinion. (Lensvid)

→ A few sample photos taken with the new Shoten Leica M to Nikon Z7 adapter can be found here.

→ Pictures of the new SmallRig cage for Nikon Z7 (credit: Philip Fung).

→ Nikon Z 35mm f/1.8 lens review just got published at mobile01 and PhotographyBlog.

Nikon to start exhibiting the Z6 mirrorless camera in four cities in Japan.

→ The Nikon Z7 is the second best selling camera for September at Map Camera in Japan:

  1. Fujifilm X-T3
  2. Nikon Z7
  3. Sony α7 III
  4. Panasonic G9
  5. Canon EOS Kiss M
  6. Sony α7R III
  7. Sony RX100 VI
  8. Nikon COOLPIX P1000
  9. Olympus Tough TG – 5
  10. Nikon D850

→ Jim Kasson’s published several Nikon Z7 tests, including a banding report (he was not able to reproduce it).

→ In case you missed that on PhotoRumors: Canon EOS R vs. Nikon Z7 comparison at Photonstophotos.

Some interesting Nikon Z videos:

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