Nikon Z Pics Thread

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Playing out back with my Nikon Z7 and with the new to me 300 f/4D IF-ED

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Wanderings... Sunday walk, once around "Stadlersee" ZH/CH.

All 50 on Z 6

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Some more, various Z gear used.

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The Z camera amazes me in how much detail it gives you. All I did was to crop these. Its so easy when you can crop this much and not lose that detail.
I agree, the AF on my Z50 blows my D7500 out of the water. Peaking helps as well. It gives my old lenses a breath of fresh air.
 
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Nikon Z6 with the 24-70 f4 S lens
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nikon z6 , nikon 105 macro , nikon r1c1 macro flash system
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These are pretty macro shots. Handheld or tripod? What aperture? Depth of field is always a challenge with macro.
i used a tripod for these ... all are about f 13-f18 .....the macro flashes let me go to smaller apertures.. i love using manual focus with the focus peaking highlights
 
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