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    Im in the same boat Nikkor glass, Emount a camera, MFT b cam.

    The thing about nikkor glass is it fits..
    nikon, canon, sony, MFT, and probably the new lens mount too.
    Personally I think it is the last thing to sell. Ever.
    Not to mention in manual focus it is just good better than any AF glass

    As it happens it is not that useful on the Z6.. which really comes to its own using the new 24-70.

    I basically have two sets of Nikkor AF and MF, I only use the AF for stills (D1 and D600) or on the Z6.


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    Sony just announced the a7R IV. It won’t solve your recording time limit, I don’t believe, but something to check out.


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    BCAM can be a complication that affects ACAM. Part of the reason I went Eva1 was to do an Eva1/GH5 setup which was a better duo in my opinion than the C200/1dXmkii, the Fs5 or 7/As7II, etc. I used mostly Nikon or sigma art primes and it worked, though a few Lumix lenses meant I was carrying extra stuff only for one camera. Now, with the S1, the lens mount disparity is gone and I can treat the S1 as an EF mount camera and use the same lenses across the board on both.
    Stuart Hooper


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    I have shot with the Z6 and the A7III and the latter is the more mature option at this point. The main selling points of the Nikon were the "native" adaptation of the nikkor glass and the potential for RAW. RAW is turning out to be elusive and there is really no advantage with Nikon glass because both cameras will require an adaptor and nither will give you any AF.

    I would stay with Sony so they will cut together more easily.

    -gl


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