One of the ways I keep tabs on the camera industry and how things are going with different brands is through my Google Analytics. Aside from some of the consumer products like GoPros and smartphones, the Nikon Z6/Z7 is the #1 hit article I have for memory cards. Meaning, a lot of people are buying the Nikon Z6 and Z7 right now.
The Nikon 50mm f1.8 S was one of Nikon's first lenses for the Z mount system and it has been designed to cater to the hybrid shooter who wants a single lens that can do anything. Video, landscape, wedding, portrait, or even street photography. While the f1.8 aperture isn't exciting for a lot of people, the versatility makes it a great place to start when building out a new kit. The lens is weather-sealed, has a silent stepping motor focusing system with very little focus breathing. It's very well corrected, incredibly sharp with a very manageable size and weight.
A firmware wishlist of features I would like to see implemented in the Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras. I usually do these at the end of my Fujifilm camera reviews and interestingly enough, almost every time, they almost all get fixed as long as they are reasonable. Not to say Nikon would do this, but these camera companies do monitor community feedback. I think Nikon could potentially implement some of these in the Z6 and Z7 to make them significantly better cameras. These requests are not unreasonable considering other cameras have these capabilities.
I've just wrapped up some of my memory card benchmarks in the Sony A7rIV and noticed something very interesting and exciting. Sony has dramatically improved the speed of UHS-II memory cards in their mirrorless cameras. A few cards in the Sony A7rIV are now clearing the buffer at a rate of about 200MB/s which is very similar to the XQD speeds in the Nikon Z7.