Nikon Z50 Roadmap


For some of us, shooting with the Z50 mirrorless camera is like working with an old friend. Someone who has used virtually any previous Nikon dSLR will find the Z50 mirrorless camera comfortably familiar in shape and placement of the controls. The only things missing are the mirror and quite a bit of weight and bulk. The Z50 has been right-sized to fit in your hand, with all the buttons, dials, and knobs needed for the most frequently adjusted functions arranged for easy access. Another 12 settings can be adjusted from the i menu, and you can substitute other options for any of the dozen default i menu settings to suit your own working habits. (I’ll show you how to personalize the i menu in Chapter 10.) With so many ...

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