We took a short trip this past weekend and went to Sanibel Island. We went fishing in the bay and there were many of these buildings on stilts sending out at sea. I thought this abandoned one had some character.
You will probably noticed that I shot this with the new Nikon’s Z7 full frame mirrorless camera. Having owned many mirrorless cameras and currently owning Sony’s a7RIII, I would say that Nikon has done a fantastic job with their first full frame mirrorless camera. After using it for about a week I would say the ergonomics is great, the buttons and menus are easy to use and navigate. The image quality is probably the best in any full frame sensor I’ve used (it should, same sensor as the D850). This camera feels like a “real” camera, comparable to DSLR. Only thing missing is the “eye autofocus” that you can find on the Sony mirrorless. With that said, Sony definitely has some competition.
Last, I also purchased Zeiss 55mm Otus lens and used the new lens adapter for Nikon F mount lenses. I would agree with other reviews, it is very comparable to Leica’s 50mm lenses on the market today. It is large, that is the only concerning thing!
It is not very often I get to watch a sunrise with this little one next too me!
I don’t take too many candid pictures of people except family. I walked down by the river, near Takakkaw Falls. This young man soon followed me. I figured if he was going to be in my image, I should make him the focal point.
Last year I wanted to get a reflection of the mountains and was unsuccessful due to the weather. Here is a picture from last year. The first time I went out this year I was able to get a good reflection but you could not see the mountains due to the dense fog.
Finally, on the third time, I got the shot!