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if have many lenses or camera or bodies or other gear make sure all packed day before.

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went to volleyball last night for got to pack my Z9 and had relearn how to use Z6 since have not touch since last year around NOV for sports photography. i used once last month only for a group photo easy to get shot done for woman soccer team in grandstand watch the men playing. tips for people who has a lot of gear double check or make sure all is packed night before. it was chore learn how to shoot with Z6 inside gym with better lighting then last year and finding right mode for choice to get best autofocusing from camera. and learning when and when not to start your shoots and when to stop. since what i thought was in focus when caught person was not in focus. wish had Z9 too. since Z6 does not work well with pro sport lens Sigma Sport too. could make use of that lens also. 


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Nikon D3,D3x and D4 are very similar only few differences or adds on in the menu. I suppose D3s will be the same also D4s. B)


Nikon D2x is a bit different because of focus 11 areas / points of focus instead of 51 of the others, menu is similar too it was the base of the others menus. And the obvious is a DX camera. :lol:

I think it is less difficult to use than the others, so I don't need extra training when I use it. :)

The difference would be the D5 and D6. But at the moment I don't have any. -_-


Sometimes I lost time searching my lens, cos sometimes I move to another bag or place, until I remember maybe lost 30 minutes.

And always check the batteries one day before one event, and pick up one extra for safety.

If the batteries are close to 100% the flagships works more than 8 hours, only one time I finish at 9% with D4.

The D2 and D3 series with EN-EL4 battery is almost impossible to finish in 8 hours. Duration 10 to 20% more than EN-EL18 of D4,5,6 Series :rolleyes: