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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.
(1) a working histogram in M mode: currently it is of no use and I have no idea why Fuji can't implement properly like other manufacturers.
(2) RAW button to have options to stay on until you want to revert to JPEG: irritating to have to remember to press it every time unless you dig into the menu system.
(3) JPEG processing of bright reds needs some work: the camera quickly blows the reds when the info is still there in RAW.
(4) ability to use exposure comp when external flash is set to "on". For some reason, the exp comp is disabled under this circumstance.
(5) ability to tell the camera how you want it to behave with ISOs: Pentax cameras allow you to tell the camera whether to prioritise resolution(ie keep ISO as low as possible) or speed (go up the scale with more abandon) which can be v helpful.
(6) ability for LCD to turn on automatically when you've left it off to use the OVF - eg if in Av mode, if you turn the command dial it would be nice if you could get the LCD to turn on and show which aperture you've just chosen - and then turn off after a couple of seconds if the dial is not turned further.
video mode - lock focus
video mode - allow manual focus
video mode - allow EV adjust during recording
video mode - allow LCD off
AF - improve accuracy
AF - improve speed in low light
auto exposure - speed up AE adjustment for rapidly changing light conditions
sound recorder function - two hour minimum sound recorder in wav format using video audio bitrate
Archiver - Loving Every Image Captured Always
I also want to see a bulb exposure function similar to what the Fuji X100 has - I purchased this camera to get creative especially with night scenes just to find out my wings have been clipped to 30 secs
Please Fuji add a bulb feature in the next firmware update
Bulb setting at least in manual mode.
True control of shutter speeds, at least when in manual. Currently there is a weird interaction of. iso, DR, and shutter speed resulting in a limit to how slow the shutter can go..
+1 bulb. don't put to waste the brilliant design of cable release threads.
The elements of a subject that speak to us are often scattered and can't be captured in one photo; we don't have the right to force them together, and to stage them would be cheating ... / Henri Cartier-Bresson
When in A or S mode allow push of the control wheel to lock setting. With a lock icon next to A or S on the screen. In manual mode pushing the control dial switches between A and S selection but in A priority and S priority pushing the dial does nothing constructive. It's way to easy to unintentionally change setting the way it is now. Hopefully this will make sense.
In A mode, with flash on, allow user defined setting for the longest SS used. The typical 1/60 is not fast enough to freeze little moving subjects.
Fix the WDS.
In M mode, with auto ISO, allow us to dial in exposure comp, to effect the ISO selected.
to be able to use the "click" on the first dial for user settings, as Fn button !!
only one use in view mode, so why ????
to have the good histogramme in liveview mode !
that contral in manual mode darken or lighten the LCD
On most mode, +- ev dial doesn't work !
OK for EXR Auto if you want but the other ?
in Manual, you fix a speed, and an aperture
then set auto iso to expose, you have no +-ev possibility !
manual focus in video (and it records the sound of focus )
lock exposure in video
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