2021 is the year that everyone in the photo industry will sit up and take notice of the mirrorless cameras that have been flooding the market for the last decade. It has taken a decade for the new mirrorless options to finally match the venerable speed-demon pro-caliber DSLRs that we have all been using as...
i SUPPOSE this day was inevitable and that you would finally swtich fully to mirrorless. As a nikon shooter it’s sad to see you leave but as you said, nikon has some ground to make up. I am hoping that it’s sooner than later. I just started trying some action sports photography with my D850 the past few weeks and have had a blast doing it. I’d love to swtich to mirrorless but waiting for nikon to come out with a real groundbreaking machine. Maybe one day I’ll be able to attend one of your workshops and learn more about this genre of photography. Also, didn’t you have a blog post about setting a D850 up for action sports photography? I can’t seem to find it. Cheers!
Scott — thanks for the comment. I haven’t fully left Nikon. I still have my Nikon Z mirrorless kit in the hopes that they will bring out a blazing fast mirrorless sports camera this year. If they don’t, or can’t, then a lot of us will be moving on to another system. And of course, the FUJIFILM GFX 100 is my main kit right now. I did publish an article on the blog about how to set up the GFX 100 to capture action images. Maybe that is what you were thinking of?
I am hoping that this happens too. Though I am not in a huge hurry to swtich over it would nice to see nikon come out with something for sports. seeing that the olympics are this year one would hope they’d release a new body for it. it possibly was the gfx that you published an article on.
Wow Michael! I’m convinced, thank you!
GFX + MARSOC… now that’s a combination! Your blog is inspiring me to shoot my GFX kit more than my sony. Any word on a wide zoom for the gfx? (23-45)
Kevin – Thanks for the kind words. I don’t know anything about a wide angle GFX zoom. Love the GF 32-64!