Picked my Z50 up today

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Having to spot subjects while standing under the balcony to keep out of the rain.

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Alright. Let us know! Any other lenses on your radar? 300mm PF + 1.4/1.7 TC (and ftz) + Z50 could be a solid, small bodied, very high IQ combination.
Other lenses depends on how well it does, i bought it for a general walk or in my case ride around kit, if it looks like it will cope with a bit of BIF then the Sigma 100-400 or the 300MM PF and TC.
If not then it will stay as it is and i will use the G80 and 100-400.
 
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Even though we have switched to Olympus from Nikon, we still have a D2X (love the old buddy) and D750 cameras. We still have several Nikon lenses and I almost bit on the trade-in for the Z6. Trade-in value + trade-in bonus and a free Nikon lens adapter which would have brought the purchase price to $1195. I resisted but have had tremors of regret. I loved my Nikons but they got to heavy for me to lug around after I broke my dominant wrist. The Z50 has some interest and I might bite if Nikon sweetens the pot.
 
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Had my first short session today, still have to bond with it but it shows promise

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Nice nice NICE !! Great to see and good on you.

Danny.
Many thanks, one problem was the lens isnt long enough for the Kingfisher that turned up

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What do you think of the battery life? Based on reviews I saw, it seemed on the short side compared to its competition.
 
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Many thanks, one problem was the lens isnt long enough for the Kingfisher that turned up

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Mike been watching your BIF for years. I'm an Oly guy who switched over to Nikon because Oly just didn't cut it with BIF. I bought a d500 and its a winner. I also own a z6 and was disappointed with it AF-C-----to be honest the tracking on the z series sucks. Its a great cam except for the shoddy AF system. It has great image quality, light weight, handles nicely,super sharp image with my 24-70 f/4, can use old glass with adapter------but for BIF ----UGGGGGGGGGG. Jus my opinion!!!
Ken
 
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