Well if you go with the new Sony you will save a ton on lens......because there aren't any.
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Put 35mm sensor in this chassisCan do as long as you call it a Sony NEX-9
Am I asking too much?
Please could any user of 5d help me.
I have just bought one and it seems that it often stacks because it can not write or read from the cards.
The red light is lighted and the camera responds as busy or wait. The speed of the memory cards is 30.
Also when I tried to take several shots after 5 or 6 stopped and I had to wait a few minutes.
The question is, has the camera a problem or do I need faster cards.
I REALLY REALLY want FF, Retro Design, mirrorlesspick 2. Full frame mirrorless? upcoming Sony NEX-9
I love the retro design of x100s - IQ is really good. I hope Fuji will release FF with retro design soon.
Just a 2nd thought, I carry 5D III + 40mm pancake quite often. It's quite close to x100s body size
The 50 1.8 II is the superior and more reliable lens.
I would hazard a guess that you are in a minority with that position. The 50 F/1.8 is sharp and a stellar value, but it lacks virtually everything else.
As much maligned as the 50 F/1.4 is, the 50 F/1.8 has greater issues. Pentagonal bokeh, cheap build and a comically slow (and noisy!) focusing plague this lens.
It's a great starter lens in getting use to primes, using larger apertures, etc. but unless you are shooting non-moving objects at stopped down apertures, I'd choose the F/1.4 ten times out of ten over the F/1.8.
The 1.4 supposedly has better build quality but breaks more often and is not as sharp.
At the middle aperture values, maybe. At f/2 or wider, though, the f/1.4 is far superior in both sharpness and bokeh quality.