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Nikon Z7 Camera Review: The Company’s First Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera is Not Really Worth the Hefty Price Tag
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Nikon Z7 Camera Review: The Company’s First Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera is Not Really Worth the Hefty Price Tag

Equipped with a high-resolution electronic viewfinder and the first ever on-sensor phase detect system, Nikon has released its first ever full-frame mirrorless camera – the Nikon Z7. It comes jam-packed with features that seem impressive enough to tick off every photographer’s dream camera specs, such as its 45.7 megapixels sensor, 493 on sensor phase detect system, a blistering 9 frames per second, and a 3.6 million dot electronic viewfinder. Would it live up to our expectations? We put it to the test and here’s what we found: Body and Handling Due to the absence of a mirror box, the Nikon…
JRC: Why You Should Know About the Next Big Thing in Camera Equipment Rental
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JRC: Why You Should Know About the Next Big Thing in Camera Equipment Rental

In the world of professional drool-worthy camera gear, everything is big, bulky, heavy, and definitely expensive. That absolutely bokehlicious shot with delicious, creamy effects probably came fro, a good camera body with a pricey lens that is wider than most people’s wrists. The average guy who is into photography will most likely be broke from investing in camera gear worth thousands, or simply from renting from places which are just too costly. We’re talking about close to $150 a day just for a decent body and lens! But hey, wonderful news for all of us who are dying to create…
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