I’ve posted a separate collection of comparative images throughout the native ISO range, as well some photos taken at high ISOs specifically. This post focuses on more general sample images I’ve taken with the Nikon Zf.
I’ve tried to include a mix of scenes as well as the kinds of variable lighting that you’re likely to run into when using the Zf for street or travel or general walking-around photography, the kinds of situations this camera is purpose-built for.
Nikon ZF Sample Photos
These were originally shot in RAW and have been lightly processed in Lightroom. I’ve kept the processing minimal so as to not mask the camera’s performance with excessive post-processing.
You can click on each image for a full-size version for a closer look.
Black & White Sample Images
These were all originally shot in RAW, which records all the color information. If you have the camera set to the monochrome profile, it will affect the JPGs as well as the JPG preview thumbnails embedded within the RAW files, but the underlying RAW files will revert to color. For these, I’ve mostly used the Camera Matching monochrome profile in Lightroom for the conversion (which is close but not a perfect match to the in-camera profile).
Color Sample Images
Nikon Zf Price & Availability
Since its launch, the Nikon Zf has been in hot demand (unsurprisingly) and is sometimes running into backorder status.
It comes in a variety of configurations, from body-only to bundled with the 40mm ƒ/2 lens or the 24-70mm ƒ/4 lens.
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