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Nikon Mirrorless: Button And Control Setup
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Nikon Mirrorless: Button And Control Setup.

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  1. Dhritiman Batchu says:

    Thanks for the setup info Steve. As someone lloking into the Nikon Z system, this was incredibly useful. Regarding your point about using the ring on the lens to control Exp. Comp. – can you then customise the +/- button near the shutter to control another function? Also, what about the 3 buttons at the bottom, near MENU? Can those be customised as well? I understand this is totally a noob question, but I'm very curious. Cheers.

  2. Marc says:

    Thanks Steve for all that info you're putting out.
    I feel like nikon has been focusing on lots of things that most nikon users dont care that much about, and has also been ignoring actual concerns we have about the mirrorless world. I think the majority of us got patience to wait for a camera that's close to what we really need and also we don't need to always be using cutting edge tech, so it should've been wiser for them to put their time onto what we ask for rather than trying to keep up with sony and canon's prefered specs.
    When considering if its worth upgrading to mirrorless, i should better know what these cameras can and can't do, and how i could get the most from them, because right now i dont feel confident about them at all. I still have no Z camera but, with these 2 vid you did, i can make a better image of what they got to offer and how i showld be using them, and this is valuable. For example, I didnt know the Z cameras allowed for changing focus area modes with dials, and that makes a huge difference if they didn't at least have that. I've been ready to get a Z6ii, but not knowing things like that has been keeping me on the wait

  3. Tom LeTourneau says:

    This is great information. I appreciate Steve’s eBooks, having read the Focus and Exposure volumes. Rose has been a great help too. Never a stop to my learning and much further experience will surely refine my work. I am a bit unsure about the Save Settings for U1, etc. After you save any one of the custom U settings to an appropriate U place, must you go back in and return settings to your “non-U” set, ie a set that is one you’d use for all the other modes (A S M P Auto)?

  4. Center for Latin American Arts says:

    Excellent video as always!…My Z7II is stuck on MF Focus Mode , I have the FTZ adaptor with a Nikkor AF 50mm 1.8D lens…any suggestions?

  5. Karen Vaisman says:

    Do you now have the 70-200 s lens? If so what do you program on the lens buttons? Do you are four buttons or are they all still considered you will lens function one button? Thanks

  6. Mario Vella says:

    Hi Steve I recently bought a Nikon z50, but I don,t know how I I,m seeing the histogram in my view finder , Can you please tell me how I get it away .Thank you from Malta

  7. Aravind Mj says:

    You can assign AF area to your function button. My Fn2 looks like this "AF/[+]" . On pressing Fn2, main dial controls AF mode, sub-dial controls AF area mode.

  8. Craig C says:

    YAY! Looks like Nikon granted my wish! 🙂 Z50 now offers Animal / Eye AF detection, AND we can now assign subject tracking initiation to Fn1 / Fn2. Subject tracking also behaves differently when the shutter button is pressed half way down – it re-centers when you let go – PERFECT!

  9. oorcinus says:

    I had exposure compensation on the control ring too for a while, until i’ve realised i keep getting third of my photos accidentally bumped to +1/3 or -1/3 EV. It’s too easy to accidentally brush it, and the 24-70 ring is super smooth and easy to bump back or forth a little. What i started doing instead is – just use the back command dial for EV compensation, set it to NOT require the (quite stupidly and non-ergonomically placed EV comp button), and to RESET on meter standby.

    Since Z cameras have a huge chonker of a rear command dial, in a much higher position than the normal DSLR wheel, it’s near impossible to accidentally bump it, and it takes quite a bit of deliberate force to rotate it with your thumb, so there’s next to zero chance you’ll do it by accident. And, you can still do it in a quick swipe when in a hurry, without any button fiddling.

    That said, unlike the lens ring, it assigns a function to a dial that already does something in most modes, so it screws up the muscle memory – if you always use the A or S mode (with swapped sub/main dials), it can work out fine, but if you jump between modes, it’s not so good. In M it’s completely useless, as you still need to press the EV comp button.

    So, like with everything, it’s give some, take some.

  10. Scott Benedict says:

    I have a question. I've had my Z6 for about a year and didn't notice this before, but as I learn the camera, I notice new things all the time. I usually have AUTO ISO set to on, but on my last outing, I decided to set it manually to 100 and turn off AUTO ISO. I was shooting outside in broad, mid-day sun, so there was no reason to have the ISO any higher than 100. However, I noticed (sometimes after the picture was taken) that the ISO was still auto changing. Not as drastically or as much as with AUTO ISO on, but it still was changing. It was creeping up to 200 and higher. Even in Manual it was doing this. The behavior I would have expected would that the image would just become over or under exposed if my shutter and aperture were not set correctly to the lighting situation. Is this typical for the Z6 to auto change the ISO even when Auto ISO is turned off or do I have a setting turned on that I've forgotten about. I'm used to the behavior of my Lumix G9. Once I manually set the ISO, it stays there and if I don't adjust the shutter or aperture, the image will be over or underexposed. Thank you!

  11. JP dJ says:

    Steve, I bought your Nikon AF Mirrorless book yesterday. Reading, with camera in hand, at page 60, I already am at a point where "this is worth my money" – and I still have 420 pages to go. And, as you indicate in the book, no matter how good they are, people need to read the entire introduction.
    I have been a professional photographer for a long time and then became a serious academician. I should be able to figure things out myself. True, but you have given the shortcut.

  12. Craig C says:

    I wish / hope Nikon offers alternative subject tracking initiation on the Z 50 in a future firmware update (currently we can only initiate with the Ok button). Fn1 or Fn2 would be IDEAL. Would love animal tracking too!

  13. See Through Different Lens says:

    Sir I have a serious question to you, I have Nikon D500 with me and I am planning to buy an additional full frame body. I cannot afford Sony as it's too expensive. Now my question is , Can I buy Nikon Z6 for wildlife photography?

  14. Sloppy-1-1 says:

    I use easy exposure compensation set to on, coupled with apply to live view on, so when I am in S, A or P it changes to exposure compensation without pressing a button. Works better than spot metering for me (I've set spot metering to joystick press)

  15. Sandy M says:

    Hi Steve – your videos are awesome! I have a Z6 and want to make sure i have my ISO set correctly. What would you recommend the min/max levels should be set to? Thanks!

  16. Vidyadhar Kanetkar says:

    Hi Steve, I tried this and I am seeing something which I don't understand…Please check/help me understand. My setup
    Z6, custom control assigned FN2 to Depth of Field preview and when I press the FN2, it does show depth of Field preview but also shows AE-L on the screen. Why?

  17. The Eclectic Photographer AJR says:

    You taught me about BBF, game changer. I am extremely intrigued by your comment of getting away from it on ML cameras.
    Using your focusing ring for EC brilliant!
    So you are 100 mirrorless now?
    Another great video, keep it up but too bad I’m heading over to Fuji!

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