YFNTM there is no chemicals added to cigarettes. SAME goes for burning marijuana, which is why it has similar effects on the body when inhaling smoke. Anyhow, I have worked for a big tobacco company for about 4 years now, and you can look up on Health Canada and even on many packs of cigarettes what i forgot to specify is that the chemicals that are hazardous and cause cancers and death are not in the tobacco or added.
I took delivery of my Nikon Z7 kit including the mm f4S zoom lens and the mount adapter FTZ almost three weeks ago. And while I vowed to myself and those around me to NOT do a full review of the camera, after 3 weeks and pushing 5, shots I do have a few thoughts about the camera and figured I'd share them with a few of you - hope you don't mind!
I did post a few blogs entries about the Z7 before I took delivery of it Sept 7: So what follows is a summary of my thoughts to date For those wanting a real short answer I like the Z7 - a lot.
I'm almost certain that I'll soon conclude it has earned a spot in my camera kit. A likely consequence of that is that it will replace my D in my kit.
If anyone is shocked that THIS wildlife photographer would consider replacing a D with a Z7 they should look at two previous blog entries to get the context they need - my 8 Sept entry on why I ordered the Z7 right here and my 27 March entry about which Nikon DSLR I consider best for wildlife photography right here.
I use my D largely for landscape and animalscape shooting and it's my opinion the Z7 will meet this need equally as well as my D does. And, it has other features - and does many things - my D doesn't have or do.
Like being way smaller and lighter. Like offering User Settings rather than Shooting Banks Given the type of shooting I do and where I do itthe Z7 complements my D5 very nicely and in no way competes with it.
But for MY uses But let's get back on track Setting Up the Z7 OK Some of the available options may differ between your Nikon DSLR and the Z7, but you're going to find those features in pretty much the same place as always.
How user-friendly is the camera's initial set-up if you're NOT familiar with setting up a Nikon? Hard for me to forget what I know about Nikon cameras and answer this, but probably not much better than some of the other "better" modern mirrorless cameras.
Which means "totally confusing and incomprehensible" if you're a novice photographer and you're trying to use the User's Guide to guide you in setting the camera up! Shortly after I took my Z7 out of its box sorry, no video of that and began setting it up I was impressed with it's "high-end Nikon" build quality.
Buttons and dials were nicely finished and were positive in their "movements" dialing or pushing. The "Made in Japan" label instilled confidence. And although this is obviously subjective - the camera felt like a serious tool rather than a toy.
This is something impossible to comment on shortly after you get a camera - I'm not willing to drop my own camera on the floor or take a shower with it to test it. Nikon claims in the Z Series brochure that "Effective sealing, equivalent to the D, is applied to the joints of each exterior cover, as well as the shutter release button and battery chamber cover.
So the command and sub-command dials are in the same place. And the AF-On button is right where it should be and has always been. And there are "function" buttons on the front side of the camera beside the lens.
As an example, all the buttons associated with image playback and menu display have shifted to the right side of the back of the camera rather than being in a column to the left of the LCD.E [jump to top].
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