Nikon Z Pics Thread

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As far as handholding I've noticed I hold my Z camera longer than I did the 810 or 750. I also use a wrist strap with the Z body and find it very comfortable.
Me too. I have the OpTech Gimme Grip Strap which clips on to the rightside eyelet and the bottom right of the L-plate. It's an easy job to unclip it and attach their Duo Utility sling (which can hold 2 bodies, or a camera and binoculars, which is what I do).
 
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I think this one's got it all - surf, spray, volcanic rock, land, clouds/fog and a bit of sky. Z7, 24-70 f4.
Big Island, Hawaii.
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From a really fun shoot this past weekend!
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Another from the same show.....

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A little wakeskating action with the Z6 and 70 - 200f2.8. I'm finding with G lenses and the adaptor, they're nowhere near as sharp wide open, so as long as you stop down a little, then it becomes a bit more acceptable.
 

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Had some friends come to town so we took them to the rodeo.
At the end of the night it was so dark that picture taking was really a waste of time but I wanted to see how high iso shots looked on the Z6.
Normally these shots would go in the trash but they might be interesting for anyone interested in the Z6.
Both images were run through Topaz denoise 6.
Also this is with the 70-300p.

Iso 14,000
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Iso 51,600
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Here’s a portrait from a shoot I did on Saturday. Lighting was a single Godox AD400 with an octo on a c stand. Off camera flash with a row boat good times haha
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Day out at the zoo with the Z6.
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Partial rainbow over Flaming Gorge.

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Little bit of sunflowers standing out in the storm.
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