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Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S
Nikon Z7

Examples, Handheld: Mt Conness Basin East

All examples on this page shot with the Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S.

This page shows a number of images that used Nikon Z7 IBIS. How well does IBIS work just out and about—just ad-hoc subjectively and using my best handheld technique.

A viable solution for low-light shooting is (sometimes) to take 3 to 5 shots, then keep the sharpest one—pity that this is not automated. With luck, my experience has been that one image may be completely sharp. I did this for a few shots, but time pressed and I got what I got for most of them—did not pause to take multiples.

These images are best viewed on an iMac 5K or similar.

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f5.6 @ 1/640 sec handheld IBIS=on, ISO 100; 2018-10-05 18:16:04
[location “Upper Conness Lake”, altitude 10600 ft / 3231 m, 38°F / 3°C, LACA corrected]
NIKON Z7 + Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S @ 30mm equiv (30.5mm)

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