Recently I had the chance to spend some time with a Z6 that I wanted to compare with my D750. I really liked it so far, but I had this one question:
In some scenarios where there was backlighting e.g. from direct spotlights, I could not really judge the exposure on the otherwise brilliant EVF. The maximum white that could be displayed was of course a lot less bright than the real spotlight itself, and in this scenario it felt to me like a "light grey". I wanted to see how much of the area around the direct light sources would be blown out completely, but it was hard for me to tell because quite a bit of the area just felt like this "light grey" (which was probably max. white already).
So I thought I could turn on some kind of overexposure warning (Zebra), which would have made complete sense to me in this special scenario, but I couldn't find it anywhere in the menu.
When I had to return the camera I asked in the shop, and the salesperson quickly turned on the zebra-function in video mode, but he also could not find it for photo mode.
So my question is, did Nikon "forget" this function??? Is it very well hidden, so I (with a lot of Nikon experience) could not find it at all? So if it is there, where do I turn it on? And if it is not there, how do I judge the correct exposure in situations where it just is not very good to see on the EVF screen?
Thank you very much for your help! I really would like to try the camera again with this warning turned on... :-)