I bit the bullet and ordered a Z50 last week (just have to wait for stock to come in before I receive it). For me I own a DX camera presently so lenses should work with this. Also I couldn't justify the extra cost for the XQD cards when I have so many SD cards already. And for a hobby...
anyone using Z50 yet? If so what are your thoughts? I am toying with idea of either a Z50 or Z6. Obviously Z6 will involve purchase of new cards. Main thing I am after is how is the quality of higher iso images (mainly in the ranges of 1600 to 6400)
I’ve used them also for small canvasses but did order a 60cm aluminium plate from them last year. Quality and service is good. Of course not the best quality but for the price pretty good. 2 canvasses had minor damage and when I sent them images of that they sent me 2 new canvases within the...
But did you try the 850 also? I currently have a dx camera but iso capability(or lack of) is driving me nuts. I feel I am missing shots I could be getting if I could push the iso higher.
The Z appeals to me at present more due to weight saving as long as IQ is similar to D850.
did you do any noise reduction with these? I ask as the last photo seems to show more noise at iso 8000 compared to the black and white one at iso 32000?
also with focus - did you use manual focus or did auto focus work fine in these conditions?
so I may edit in daytime in natural lights or at night using LED room lights. When calibrating we are first asked to measure ambient lighting and if I do so with either natural light or room lights, I get a message saying "too much ambient lighting". So how do we really have to measure this...
Sorry if I’m being thick but surely 70-300 won’t give you the reach of 150-600 and being full frame won’t give you the “crop factor” zoom either so isn’t that gain in lightness offset against a loss of reach?
I suppose if you aren’t going to shoot over 300 then it definitely is a gain
Is the D850 not heavier than the D500 and if so does that not offset advantage gained by using lighter lenses on D850?
That’s the whole reason I was posing my question. ISO capabilities seem better and better nowadays but I’m not sure I’d want to shoot over a 6400 if I could help it.
I’m asking not to buy but just to learn why certain cameras may be rated better.
My camera is 12MP and I’ve got some large quality prints which I’m happy with so I know Mp isn’t everything but just want your thoughts.
Another scenario example: Assuming D500 and D850 were both either fx or dx...
How do you judge which is better? Is megapixels everything?
I was wondering as most users seem to class the D500 as the best DX camera out there yet megapixels are lower than entry level D3500.
Do you rate the D500 better due to its focussing speeds and...
wow for that high an iso it's good. I have been thinking of upgrade from D90 mainly as I don't like the noise on that camera and while I was looking at the D850 I have also been looking at this mainly as I can use my current dx lenses.