True enough Andy but to be honest I've never used a grip or had any desire or real need to add one. I guess if I had, I may well have been looking at the big pro cameras too.One additional consideration: there is no battery grip with shutter release and dials meant to be used in portrait orientation for the Z6/Z7. While I'm very happy with the Z6 for the various reasons already mentioned, the lack of an option to add a vertical grip is another key reason to keep the D750 around.
You may well be right but I think they will see me out. Meanwhile, the about-to-be-released Fuji X-Pro3 looks rather nice.As far as I see how Canon and Nikon have released such a good number of valuable (and excellent) RF and Z lenses in a short period of time (a year), I believe mirrorless system is the future. I predict I won't see any new DSLR APS-C cameras in 5-10 years, then no more new full frame DSLR bodies in 10-20 years. Well, I can be wrong.
Until the EVF and AF improves to at least equal the OVF and AF in a dSLR, it won't happen.So when can we pre-order a D9?
I'm hopeful that mirrorless AF improves to match and surpass current DSLR capabilities sooner than that!
It's just the next level of tech.
- With film you didn't see if you got it right until tomorrow.
- With DSLR, you see it a few seconds later (while being a bit distracted from the subject to check).
- With mirrorless, you see exposure before shooting, more confident you have it right.