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#1
Francesco Failla

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Buona Sera,

Verrei porre un problema alla casa madre.

Sono un possessore di una Nikon Z6 e un obbiettivo 100-400 serie z e da poco tempo mi sto dedicanto alla foto naturalistica ed ho notato che con AF auto e impostato il traking sulla fotocamera non si è

possibile avere un buon tracciamento del soggetto per cui si hanno foto sfocate. 

A questo punto mi domando Nikon è in grado di effettuare un upgrade per risolvere questo problema?

come mai su fotocamere come Sony questo problema non esiste perchè ha un tracciamento veloce e preciso.

considerando che Nikon essendo leader mondiale nel settore fotografico potesse risolvere questo problema e far felice tutti i possessori delle fotocamere Nikon.

un cordiale saluto

Francesco Failla



#2
g4aaw pete

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Ciao Francesco

L'azienda Nikon non legge questo forum. Siamo utenti di apparecchiature Nikon

Abbiamo alcuni membri molto ben informati qui.
Forse uno di loro sarà in grado di aiutare.

 

 

Hello Francesco

 

The Nikon company does not read this forum. We are Nikon equipment users

 

We have some very knowledgable members here.

Perhaps one of them will be able to help.

 

Thanks to google translate!



#3
Francesco Failla

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Grazie del tuo commento ho ricevuto un messaggio da parte di Nikon dicendomi che avrebbe girato il problema alla casa madre speriamo in bene.

Mi domando se avendo acquistato un Nikon Z6 con un obbiettivo 10-400 nativo serie Z non posso fare foto naturalistice a meno che i soggetti non siano fermi se volano allora vengono sfocate.

Per caso dobbiamo acqistare macchine più costose per darci alle foto naturalistiche?



#4
Francesco Failla

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Vorrei sapere chi sarebbe di questi membri ben informati che potrebbe aiutare a risolvere il problemae se si come.

Grazie

Francesco



#5
Merco_61

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The problem is that few of us speak Italian and that important details get lost using Google translate. The forum is international and uses English as the main language.

#6
Francesco Failla

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I would like to know who would be of these knowledgeable members who could help solve the problem and if so how.

Thanks

Francis



#7
Merco_61

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What focus mode do you use when the camera doesn’t track?

Can you show us an example shot?

 

I wouldn’t be surprised if I am one of those members that Pete mentioned. 



#8
Francesco Failla

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Hi Nikonian,

 

I apologize for not speaking English and I understand that Google translator isn't the best option. I'm asking my wife to translate.

 

I use auto focus and the canera doesn't track. Is this a mistake?

Looking forward to your kind advice on this subject.

 

Francesco

 

PS

I don't even know how to post my pictures here. I've tried to link a picture on my Drive but the server replied that I'm not authorized.



#9
Merco_61

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The autofocus system in the Z6 is very complex. 
A good starting point is setting the camera to single-point autofocus and continuous focus.

 

The following is correct using the Z6II, I hope that it works the same with the Z6.

If you press the ”i” button, these are the settings furthest to the right in the display. The single-point setting is the one shown as two small square brackets inside two larger square brackets in the top row. The continuous focus setting is shown as AF-C in the bottom row. This setting should keep what is in the focus area focused while the AF is activated even if what you are aiming at moves towards or away from you. 
 

Once you have mastered this basic setting, you can start experimenting with the more advanced settings, and perhaps separating AF activation from the shutter button.