But let’s zoom in on a detail on the yellow dragon. Sharp, yet smooth, despite being cropped down to around 7.3% of the original resolution:
Nice bokeh behind the subject. It allows the central character to pop, to be the point of the image:
Whites and blacks. The shades on the dress are smooth and accurate, but the detail on the black garb remains fine:
A change in pace: the geometry of an apartment block is captured as well as colourful marchers:
Only a couple of hundred metres from the drums of the marchers, a mistimed wedding was being conducted. I sneaked a shot from a very long way back:
Cropped down, it’s nowhere near good enough for the wedding album. But as spy shot, well …
Nikon is on a winner here with the Nikon Z7. And if it’s a bit too pricey for you, consider the slightly more affordable Z6. The resolution is lower (24 megapixels) and a couple of features a missing, but it’s also a couple of thousand dollars lower in cost.
The website for the Nikon Z7 is here.