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  1. #21
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael J. View Post
    I see that I have to crank up the settings a bit.

    Importing raw files into Lightroom, camera-settings were embedded. So I did test of all Picture Control presets and for me the Portrait worked the best to get a good starting point in LR.

    If I shoot jpg only I have to rethink what settings are the best.
    The ones via the phone look to need a bit more color


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  2. #22
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    The ones via the phone look to need a bit more color
    Yes, so I have to thing pp in phone after downloading to it or in camera more vivid setting
    Camera: Nikon Z50
    Lens: DX 16-50 mm f/3.5-6.3 VR

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  3. #23
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    A few Z50 test shots
    Test-shots of focus-tracking - This girl (eye) is a teammate of my daughter at the Swimming-team.

    A few Z50 test shots-rope-1.jpg


    A few Z50 test shots-rope-2.jpg


    A few Z50 test shots-rope-3.jpg
    Camera: Nikon Z50
    Lens: DX 16-50 mm f/3.5-6.3 VR

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  4. #24
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    A few Z50 test shots
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael J. View Post
    Test-shots of focus-tracking - This girl (eye) is a teammate of my daughter at the Swimming-team.

    A few Z50 test shots-rope-1.jpg


    A few Z50 test shots-rope-2.jpg


    A few Z50 test shots-rope-3.jpg
    Wow some slow shutter speeds for those, the first one caught in the air, what did you think of the tracking
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  5. #25
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    A few Z50 test shots
    Mark, also a team-mate is warming up. I was curious how the tracking does in low light. Thumbs up that the z50 did a superb job

    A few Z50 test shots-mark-2.jpg


    A few Z50 test shots-mark-1.jpg
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  6. #26
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    Wow some slow shutter speeds for those, the first one caught in the air, what did you think of the tracking
    I didn't expect too much cos my Oly was a bit out of tracking, but I saw your BIF shoots so I thought I will give it a try and I am amazed hoe the z50 took the challenge. Now I have to figure out the best setting for those kind of tracking.
    Camera: Nikon Z50
    Lens: DX 16-50 mm f/3.5-6.3 VR

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  7. #27
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    A few Z50 test shots
    Tried the pop-up flash in a very dark situation. I was standing from this friendly guy approximately 3 meters away

    A few Z50 test shots-pop-flash-1.jpg
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  8. #28
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    Re: A few Z50 test shots

    A few Z50 test shots
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael J. View Post
    Tried the pop-up flash in a very dark situation. I was standing from this friendly guy approximately 3 meters away

    A few Z50 test shots-pop-flash-1.jpg
    Looks good at 6400 iso
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