This Expert Setup guide is designed to save you time, and get your new camera set up in exactly the way that will serve you best when out in the field. I show you a range of hidden features you may want to enable, as well as a suite of settings to suit different genres of photography.
This course is designed to cover the Z mirrorless range. It focuses primarily on the Z9 as well as the Z7ii, Z6ii, Z50, Z5, Zfc & Z30.
How to customise your Z camera for YOUR use case
Suggested custom button set up for maximum efficiency
How to create dedicated user profiles for different kinds of shooting
What memory cards will best suit your shooting style & budget
How to optimise your stills and video output
Matt's preferred portrait, landscape and action settings profiles
How the new options will affect your shooting process
Best Video options to select for your workflow
The new Z9 features and options
Z9 Custom Settings Menu bank set up and customisation
I found your "deep dive" into the menu and customization options particularly helpful and informative. It's amazing how quickly menu and setup information can be forgotten when not used & accessed on a regular basis. Obviously, that information is second nature to you at this point.
I can now use my Z9 with full confidence
The information is presented in 'bite sized' pieces which are indexed, and easy to go back to as needed. It clearly demonstrates all the menu features, and how to use the function buttons.
Additionally Matt provides some specific settings he recommends for different shooting styles, but more importantly armed with the information in the course you will have the knowledge to effectively set up your own customs function buttons, shooting banks, and the imenu to insure you take advantage of all the features that will be key to your preferred type of shooting.
A true pro
I downloaded the Z Mirrorless Camera Guide because I preordered a Z 9 through your link to B&H Photo and wanted to get a head start on understanding all the menus and functions.
I even learned some things that apply to my Nikon DSLR that I hadn’t understood fully before.
Now if only I could get the camera and start using it.
What a great way to get up to speed with the Nikon mirrorless. I am new to that and just getting back into photography so has increased my knowledge and confidence in the tools dramatically.