« on: November 20, 2014, 05:40:40 PM »
Personally, I was waiting for A7R II with quiet shutter, faster frame rates, and non-lossy RAW files. A smalish 35 mm f/2. lens like on RX1/R would have helped the cause greatly as well.
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the reds are difficult for all cameras.
a guy from IR wrote that no camera beside some nikon is rendering them realistic.
Confetti and Cake by dancook1982, on Flickr
*IF* Sony can deliver that...and deliver a nice range of high-quality lenses to match...and deliver a full suite of accessories...
Yep! I got one. And it works fine. It is just as good, so far, as the Canon brand.
Watch as I open the box and start playing around. I only have a few samples in this video. It is more of a first impressions video. May have more to follow.
it´s so much more fun walking and traveling with the small A6000.
since i have the A6000 my canon DSLRs stay at home for most short trips.
129mm length... that's a big lens! Sigma 35mm Art is 94mm, for comparison.
Nice to capture one hobby with another
Not much good to say...
I know it took Yongnuo a year to release so hopefully they realized they were rushing products to market like the YN-e3-Rt and that was hurting them and they really have made improvements.