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  1. I already have "HDR monitor, large OLED TV". And almost every new medium size to large new 4K TV supports HDR. And by the way, if you watch this on an OLED HDR TV, it looks great. On a non HLG screen, it looks quiet bad:
  2. Is it stuck on 1/25 speed? I had the Z7 for few days and could not change the shutter speed from 1/25 in S mode. As I shoot only in M mode, did not spend much time trying to solve it, but it was strange.
  3. As HDR becomes a standard on 4K TV's, is it wise to buy a camera without even HLG support? Nikon Z7/Z6 does not have it for example.
  4. liork

    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    It works same as it is on the 5D IV. And the Z7 sensor works identically to the D850 except some banding because of the PDAF pixels. No need to argue here, it is a fact that the Z7 has dual gain.
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    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    Not a big problem, Canon also use in EOS R same sensor from 5D IV with some modifications.
  6. liork

    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    It is the same sensor as D850 + addition of PDAF.
  7. liork

    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    The Z7 has similar sensor to the D850 + PDAF.
  8. liork

    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    The Z has indeed dual gain, as you can see it here: "The sensor uses a 'dual gain' design that at higher ISO uses a lower-noise readout method" https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikon-z7/7
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    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    It is a dual gain camera.
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    Nikon Z6 Low Light

    The 24-70 passes less light within the same f stop value, thats why you see more noise.
  11. Thank you, its a kind of workout... better than nothing. Thanks!
  12. In any normal camera like Panasonic, Sony or Olympus, you choose Video mode (PASM) independently from stills mode. I always shoot video in M mode. But stills in different modes. When I switch to video, I want it always to go to M mode, regardless of stills mode. But, in Nikon Z, whenever you switch to video mode, you are limited to the same still mode that you were shooting before. For example, if your mode dial is set to P mode in stills, when you switch to video, it will be P as well. So you have to move mode dial first to M and only then switch to video. Any way to work it around?
  13. Olympus definition is not relevant. The E M1 II can shoot C4K and does not get heat. The issue is sensor size.
  14. All Micro 4/3 have managed to do so, you do not hear about heating problems in Panasonic or Olympus cameras. In FF this is more problematic.
  15. IBIS never causes a crop, in any camera. Digital stabilisation does make a crop, these are two different things.
  16. Very small difference between Sony and Nikon video quality. Nikon has better IBIS while walking, Sony has better high ISO.
  17. So, does it have better video than Sony or not?
  18. Have you compared external Sony 8 bit vs Nikon 10 bit and saw a big difference?
  19. But in realty, the Sony 8 bit video does not fall far short of the Nikon...
  20. It cannot be as good with a much smaller sensor.
  21. Who will buy this camera? I do not see any Canon / Nikon / Sony sports photographer switch to it. And most of Olympus users do not want such a huge body.
  22. Even the E-M1 II produces 80MP Hi Res RAW files (and 50MP JPEG). And its got a 20MP sensor. Not hand held.
  23. 40MP on a micro 4/3 sensor?
  24. They did not put HLG in the flagship E M1 II so do not expect it on this camera...
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