New Z6 and Z7 announced with in body stablization.

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I think wireless transmission of images would be unreliable and use even more battery power. Hogan makes the point that Nikon marketing is awful and I agree. Canon would put out ‘white papers’ which are marketing disguised as technical bulletins. Apparently XQD cards are very reliable, you are far more likely to see a failure in the camera processing, or the card writer, and in the latter case most of the hardware is shared over two cards anyway.

My argument with the Z cameras is the price ... and I prefer DX and can not justify a Z7 to use in DX mode.
 
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I think wireless transmission of images would be unreliable and use even more battery power. Hogan makes the point that Nikon marketing is awful and I agree. Canon would put out ‘white papers’ which are marketing disguised as technical bulletins. Apparently XQD cards are very reliable, you are far more likely to see a failure in the camera processing, or the card writer, and in the latter case most of the hardware is shared over two cards anyway.

My argument with the Z cameras is the price ... and I prefer DX and can not justify a Z7 to use in DX mode.
It probably would drain the phone battery fast, too!
 

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