New York City (6).

↑Nikon Z7 + Nikon 50mm f/1.8S.

6 thoughts on “New York City (6).

  1. Dave Uhlig says:

    Really good stuff Peter. I’ve got a Z6 with 24-70 2.8 on the way, should be here tomorrow. I’ve been using the D750 for 4 years, and ready for a change. Your switch has provided the spark. I’m hoping the EVF is better than the sony I used years ago, I’m sure it is. I think I’m going to wait on further lenses and see what the 50mm 1.2 S mount lens brings.

  2. Dave Uhlig says:

    Awesome, thank you for the heads up. My season slows down quite a bit now, so it’s a good time to learn a camera. If you come across any other tips or tricks, please pass them along! I’m thinking I may end up jumping into the S mount with both feet, and just going completely that route. I do still have a 200-500 5.6 that they don’t offer, so that would be the only lens out of the arsenal. Please keep posting some of your work, and don’t forget about Instagram…

    • I’m still using the D500 + 70-200mm for baseball (or at least will be using that combination in the spring) but for everything else it’s going to be the Z for me.

      I think that, despite Nikon’s attempt at marketing, this system is sort of under the radar, though it’s becoming less of a secret as people realize just how good it is.

      As for Instagram, I had a brief presence on it but decided a few years ago that it wasn’t for me.

  3. Samchoo says:

    Good move Peter. With my aging eyes, my Leica lens are always on shelf.
    Despite many dismiss Nikon Z series’ lenses (and they praise Canon RF lenses for being Pro), I personally enjoy the well balanced 1.8s series so much. I hold my move to Nikon Z for now as I am looking at the X1Dii for a superficial reason – it looks gorgeous.

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