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Testing the Nikon Z7 and Nikon NIKKOR S 24-70mm f/4 S in the Eastern Sierra

See my Sony mirrorless wishlist and Nikon mirrorless wishlist and Canon mirrorless wishlist.

Gorgeous fall weather in the Eastern Sierra—as I write this in my Sprinter van, hard pellets of snow are pelting the roof at around 10,000 feet / 3048m elevation. It promises a winter wonderland tomorrow.

I’d rather be out there in the storm hiking around and inhaling the wondrously fresh cool air, but I need to prepare at least a few pages for publication, including assessing whether the Nikon Z7 has any serious issues.

So far I love the Nikon Z7 and will take it any day over the Sony A7R III—a real camera at last (speaking in terms of ergonomics/haptics). The Nikon Z7 EVF is if not the best, as good as the very best out there—loving it. The Nikon Z7 does have some shortcomings, but it’s classic Nikon usability—excellent.

Rock Creek
f11 @ 1/20 sec, ISO 64; 2018-10-05 17:34:53
NIKON Z7 + Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S @ 24mm
ENV: cliff above lower Connness Lakes, altitude 10400 ft / 3170 m, 38°F / 3°C

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