« on: September 28, 2014, 03:35:55 PM »
For landscape photography, especially on a tripod, I think you'll be very happy with an A7R; although you may want to wait until the A7R II comes out and then grab an A7R for even cheaper. For street photography, I think it's a bit iffy unless you're sticking with stationary subjects, in which case the A7R will be fine. For moving targets with your EF lenses you're stuck with focus peaking, since you can't effectively use the loupe on moving targets, which seems to only really be good at f/2.8 and smaller. You could also try some FE lenses, but I'm not too impressed with the AF performance there. In theory, since it's mirrorless, the focus should pretty much always be bang on, but I've found in practice the hit rate on static subjects is significantly worse than my 5D3. In any case, if your primary usage is static scenes that you'll be manually focusing then I think you'll be very happy with it.