how the lens is built. If you look at the mount end of a Z prime or the 24-70/4, you’ll see that the rear glass is almost flush with the end of the lens.Well, that makes things less attractive to me, since I don't plan to own that lens. I wonder what makes a lens 'compatible'.
Simple as that!the biggest improvement I've seen in the z6 is AF accuracy which is probably because I don't fine tune DSLR (but I'm gonna)
I sent both my DSLR bodies to NPS for a recall fix. When I received them, they were calibrated exactly the same, so when I do AF fine tune on my lenses I use the same adjustment settings on both cameras. The only hard part is with telephoto lenses, unless you have a body like the D780 that allows fine tuning at multiple focal lengths.the biggest improvement I've seen in the z6 is AF accuracy which is probably because I don't fine tune DSLR (but I'm gonna)
According to Thom Hogan new Z TC's will not work with FTZ adopter. As no TC are available yet nobody tried but the reason may be rectagonal baffle inside the FTZ preventing TC protrusion to fit. Other reason, new TC are optimised for Z lenses and 70-200 is first to be released, there are also few new long zooms (100-400 and 200-600) on the road map, so wait and see.Z-Body - Z-TC - FTZ - F-TC - F-lens…
Would that work?