Nikon Z6 - Image & Discussion Thread

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I used the Z6 and 14-30/24-70 f/4 zooms extensively while on vacation in England. The camera was a gem to use.

I’ve only had time to look at a few images so far, but I’m really pleased with this one. Sunrise from the Millennium Bridge looking at St. Paul’s cathedral from one very early morning in London.

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Took my new Z6 on a recent vacation to Colonial Williamsburg and the Outer Banks. Coming from an old D7000 this is a huge upgrade. Used the 14-30 f4 and 24-70 f4 mostly.

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Just a Bunny in my yard.

I installed the 2.01 firmware and wanted to grab a shot to confirm the installation. This with the 500pf.
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Indeed we have. I gave in to the Z6 rather easily, I'm afraid. But my 850 is still much loved.
*If* (read when) I do I think I'll finally retire the D750 depending on results but some of the higher ISO shots I've seen so far have been impressive to the point where it's really tempting. No way I'll part with my D850, but the D750 (and possibly the D500) may go the way of ebay or other....
 
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I'm waiting to see if I'll use my D750 any more after acquiring a Z6. At the moment I think it's not likely.
That will be my dilemma...it will really depend on venue shoots....everything I see points to "yes, it'll be better"....since I'm normally at iso 3200 f/4 the 24-70 s lens will be useful, but I also need to be able to be effective with the 70-200, 8-15 fisheye, and the 300 pf at those iso/aperature settings using the FTZ....the D750 is nothing short of amazing in that regard, which is why I still have it....
 
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I only brought with me Nikon Z6 and 24-70S/4 on my vacation trip to East Coast last month. Very pleased with the combo.
 
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The Z6 with a wide assortment of both auto and manual focus lenses of the f-mount variety.

28/2.8, 35/2.8 and 135/3.5 = manual focus
50/1.8G = auto focus.

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70-300 AF-P - lens worth every penny.
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Some manual focus goodness. Nikon 28mm f/2.8 AIS, 35mm f/2.8 pre AI and 135mm f/3.5 AIS
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These with the FTZ and Nikon 50mm f/1.8G

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