l also value small size and light weight and have been really tempted to add a Z50. I do wish the cards and batteries were the same as with the Z6. But I think if I saw a good deal on a lightly used one I’d have to get it.I really like the small size and light weight, the fact that it has both main and sub-command dials, and I love the image quality. I am very happy with it, and have used my Z6 very little since getting it.
I find it very useful to correct overall color casts. The six drop-down filters on the left combined with the strength and color sliders on the right allow me to fine tune very well.A little off topic here, but I have revisited the white balance issue I brought up in my original post in a new thread in the General Technical Discussion forum.
Bottom line: I don't trust the Nik Color Efex 4 "Remove Color Cast" approach.
Now I had just got myself talked out of buying one and then you post info like this!! (I'm so glad you are sharing your experiences.) Is it a photography fanny pack? I'm so glad you have found something you can carry pain free. Makes photography so much more fun!Yesterday I discovered that my Z 50 with kit lens will fit into a very compact fanny pack (Brits prefer "lumbar pack"). When walking with it I forget that it's there. No more shoulder/neck pain from a backpack or slingback!