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Most of my shooting is landscape, so the first thing I did was configure the Nikon Z7 for that purpose. I also eliminated as much JPEG-centric cruft as possible, since I never shoot JPEG*. Still, some JPEG settings affect things like the histogram and may allow higher quality image review, so RAW+JPEG is useful.
As I use the Nikon Z7 more I may modify these settings, but they are not likely to change much other than how I configure certain buttons.
* Excepting RAW+JPEG initially for ease of preview in the macOS Finder which did not support preview of Z7 NEFs, displaying them as generic icons, hence the sidecar JPEGs are useful until macOS is updated.
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