First Impressions

Setting up in the near dark, standing under the arch at Cathedral Cove before sunrise offered a great test for using the camera in low light. The layout of the controls felt very intuitive coming from a D850. There were a few buttons I had to search for, considering the first time I was using this camera, though I still managed to get the settings I wanted quickly. Now for getting a focus point in the low light - something I often find hard on other mirrorless cameras...
I was pleasantly surprised how easily the Z7 picked up an autofocus point after tapping on the edge of a very dimly lit arch with the touchscreen. The live view autofocus performed better than my D850 where I have to focus with the phase diction system through the viewfinder in low light.

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