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We've been digging around under the hood of the Nikon Z50. We look at what Nikon's first APS-C mirrorless camera does and doesn't offer.
I am looking for an Android app that I can use to control my Z6.
I need it to function as a shutter button and manual focus only!
The Snapbridge app takes over too much control of the camera and makes the display go blank. I want the camera to function normally with respect to all the controls and displays on the camera, but I want the app to be able to do ONLY shutter button (so I don't have to buy a remote shutter cable).
Secondly, I want it to be able to control manual focus in stepper motor increments (i.e. make the camera advance focus in the smallest steps possible) for infinity focus in astrophotography.
Is there such a program?
Also, the WMU program doesn't work for me - even after connecting wireless, as soon as I choose the "take photos" button, the camera disconnects. (yes, I disabled snapbridge temporarily)
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|54||FTZ-Adapter Version 2.0 -- w/Motor for D-lenses?|
|27||Was preordering the Z50 a dumb idea?|
|23||I am eager to get a Z50. Anyone else?|
|20||85mm 1.8 S vs 85mm 1.4 G lens comparison|
|13||How would these lenses go on a Z7?|
|8||How does the FTZ stop down the lens?|
|7||Upgrading to Z6, opinions on lens choice|
|6||Z7 video crop|
|6||Z50 sensor cleaning|
|6||Altson Canon EF lens to Nikon Z body adapter|
|6||Picked up the 14-30 f4 yesterday, took for a stroll..|
|5||Batis and others|
|5||Z6 and z7 jpegs|
|5||Z7 external monitor/recorder recommendation|
|4||The 24-70 2.8S|
|4||Feedback using 24mm 1.8 ?|
|4||Af-p 10-20 on z7, anybody?|
|3||SnapBridge has been fixed with iOS 13|
|2||Z7 Shooting With Focus Shift, Z Lenses & FTZ Adapter|
|47||Nikon Z6/7 gotchas and fixes|
|9||Bird Photography with the Z6 and firmware 2.0|
|7||I never ditch the hood|
|7||Nikon Z6/Z7 Fake ISOs|
|6||Update: got an iPad pro|
|6||Z6/7 manual focusing strategy|
|6||Re: These menu changes helped a lot for how I shoot|
|5||Part 4: Body, Controls & Handling / Ergonomics|
|5||Part 3: Picture Controls & Rendering|
|5||A method to supply the power from the mobile battery.|
|5||FTZd ie FTZ-Adapter Version 2.0 -- w/Motor for D-lenses?|
|4||Tip: Enabling both focus peaking + exposure zebras|
|4||Re: Nikon Z6/7 gotchas and fixes|
|4||Re: Nikon Z Pictures Thread|
|4||My Z6 thread (+ D750 Comparison)|
|4||RawTherapee Z banding removal how-to + demonstration|