So the camera won’t try to reacquire focus again, that is good to knowHaving read Richard's explanation about Manual focusing I would like to point out that you do not have to switch from Auto Focus to Manual on a Z6 to manually focus on the nearest point. While still in Auto Focus Mode you can manually override this and when you are happy you can start the focus shift procedure from the Menu.
Thanks, Walter! I found one at half the price, so I wonder if I'm better off going with your choice because Sony might be more reliable.I have this XQD/SD card reader. Works great.
I'se still got 1941s Pinots and Clarets purchased from Simi Winery in northern California in November 1977. The Pinot must be allowed to set and breathe for around two days once opened and before consuming.I'll have to drink to that. I'm thinking a Pinot from Oregon's A to Z winery
You're relatively new here, at least as a registered member, so you may not be aware of the thread about wine: https://www.nikoncafe.com/threads/wine.308506/#post-3932362 Hopefully you'll be interested in joining in the conversation.I'se still got 1941s Pinots and Clarets purchased from Simi Winery in northern California in November 1977.
Not using Z lenses sounds like people that buy a Jeep Wrangler only for pavement, never dirt. It's just not right.I have no intention of buying Z mount lenses though, there's not much that interest me right now. I just want to use my Sony mount glass + F-mount lenses and use it as a universal camera back!
I have the same reader, but my cable in the back has never firmly fit in place. I'll often have to unplug it to get the computer to recognized I have a card in it.I have this XQD/SD card reader. Works great.