I was in a similar situation. I started with a Z6 w/ kit lens, sold it for a Z50 2-lens kit, and just sold the Z50 to return to Z6. The Z50 is an ideal travel camera, with good battery life. But it lacked the plug for a Solmeta GPS unit or remote shutter release, so I am moving back. Two great cameras, maybe for different consumer segments and usage, but you can't go wrong with either. Find what works for you.I've decided to return it and have already ordered the refurbished Z6 with the kit lens ($1,700 and it was refurbed by Nikon). I also have the 50 1.8 Z lens so I think I will be just fine for now..
Those are hardly shot where IBIS should make any difference. IBIS isn't everything, but it does make some shot possible that might not be without it (shutter speeds, angle, etc). It also helps by keeping the image in viewfinder steady. The hard part is not getting lazy when you have it.
I agree. Technology should enhance good technique, not replace it.
And neither did I.That was my point, albeit poorly made.
I agree!I feel that Nikon has made a great choice in what it did with the Z6 and Z7. They went in the middle of the pack and made their newest mirrorless technology accessible to everyone. They now have room to expand into the more "pro" areas and into the consumer areas with more affordable FX cameras and, as we have seen affordable DX.
Why should you be any different than the rest of us poor souls.Ah, the batteries. That's another reason to resist the Z50 for me. I can use the same batteries in my Z6, D750, and D7200, and I have quite a few. I don't like having to stock another variety for a Z50.