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Nikon Z6II, D7000, D200  Objetivas: Nikkor 24-70mm F/2.8 + Nikkor105mm F/2.8 + Nikkor85mm F/1.4 + Nikkor 20mm F/1.8 + Nikkor300mm F/2.8 + TCs 1.4x & 1.7x + Flash: 03 SB-900 + 01 SB-910

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Resposta #226 Online: 25 de Novembro de 2021, 15:04:34
"The question people ought to be asking is this: why didn't Sony do any of this (dual stream, no mechanical shutter, etc.)? To me, it seems like Nikon has taken well-known ideas and simply implemented them first."


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Nikon Z6II, D7000, D200  Objetivas: Nikkor 24-70mm F/2.8 + Nikkor105mm F/2.8 + Nikkor85mm F/1.4 + Nikkor 20mm F/1.8 + Nikkor300mm F/2.8 + TCs 1.4x & 1.7x + Flash: 03 SB-900 + 01 SB-910

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Resposta #227 Online: 25 de Novembro de 2021, 15:07:47
"We really have four shutter possibilities with the current Z's (all but the Z9, which introduces a new, faster variation of #4):

1_Auto — This is the new default with current firmware on most of the cameras, and with this option set the camera will use EFCS (see #3) up to 1/250, and mechanical shutter (see #2) beyond.
2_Mechanical — The old default: the camera always uses the mechanical shutter at the beginning and end of every image.
3_Electronic First Curtain — The camera does not perform a shutter action at the begging of a photo, it just turns on the image sensor to collect data, but at the end of the exposure the mechanical shutter is used to stop the data collection.
4_Silent Photography — When this is set to On, the camera does not use a mechanical shutter for anything.

#1-3 are set with a Custom Setting (in the D's, setting number varies with camera). #4 is set with the PHOTO SHOOTING menu. It's only #4 that causes really bad motion artifacts or bad banding with frequency lighting, and how much of a problem that is depends a bit on the camera, as they all have different image sensor transfer rates. It's generally safest to use #1 or #3 for your photography, because #2 can cause shutter slap issues at lower shutter speeds. (The Z9 changes this, as it's silent photography all electronic shutter is just as fast as the mechanical shutter. For all other models, #4 can generate visible issues in your images.)"

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Resposta #229 Online: 28 de Novembro de 2021, 18:18:44
  https://www.dpreview.com/articles/0906069009/our-favorite-gear-rewarded-dpreview-awards-2021?slide=21

"Jaded cynics that we are, we don't say 'wow' much at DPReview, but the Z9 is a camera that has impressed all of us. Even before we'd had one in our hands, the Z9's specs seemed like a wishlist, comprised of all the features that a professional photographer might want. We've described the Z9 as the most 'DSLR-like' of any mirrorless camera that we've ever seen, largely thanks to its immersive, black-out free electronic viewfinder, but that doesn't mean that it feels like old technology. While it's DSLR-like in terms of size and weight, the Z9 eclipses the likes of the D5 and D6 when it comes to both features and performance."
Nikon Z6II, D7000, D200  Objetivas: Nikkor 24-70mm F/2.8 + Nikkor105mm F/2.8 + Nikkor85mm F/1.4 + Nikkor 20mm F/1.8 + Nikkor300mm F/2.8 + TCs 1.4x & 1.7x + Flash: 03 SB-900 + 01 SB-910

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