Posted in: Featured, Photography TechniquesCommentsJo said: Reply Hi Francesco,The insights you provide in your fantastic Z7 review are really helpful - many thanks for that! (I should note that I intend to get a Z6 instead, since I don't need the additional resolution.)In the review you state "As I said I can’t think to work with a single slot for even a moment ...". Did you ever experience problems with your SD cards? Why is a single XQD card slot a no-go for you?I'll use the Z6 mainly for portrait work, but now and then I'll be shooting a wedding, too. This is why I'm still not sure if the Z6 is the optimal choice for me.Many thanks in advance,JohannesFrancesco Spighi said: Reply Hi Jo,thanks a lot for appreciating the massive effort I put to write that review. :) I had in the past a few problems with some SD cards, but I never had one with CF or XQD. By the way - as I wrote - I mainly working alone so I don't want to take any "free" risk. I guess XQD cards are safe enough to make almost everybody feel safe and sound, but that's not my case, unfortunately. I try to take any measure I can to prevent a failure, and one of these is to work with a double card slot! If you usually don't work alone (meaning there are more cameras shooting the event) I think you can move forward buying your Z6!Jo said: Reply Hi Francesco,Thanks, I really appreciate your help! If you would use the Z7 for weddings, which lenses would you take along - since there are not many native Z lenses available right now?The 24-70 f4 S seems to be a nice zoom lens, but then again it won't be fast enough for dim light situations. Would you use the FTZ adapter together with F mount lenses? Or the 35 f1.8 S? The 50 f1. 8 S? Many thanks, JoFrancesco Spighi said: Reply I'm currently using a 28 1,4 and a 58 1,4. Maybe I'll get the 50, that's incredibly sharp and with an amazing flare, when used against the sun! Cancel reply Leave a note This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.