I don't think Tamron ever made anything in this range.
I used to have a Sigma 30/1.4, after 2-3 years I sold it for exactly the same amount of money I paid for it.
Projection? Paranoid? Moi? I am not buying another body until my present one falls apart. Fortunately it does not get obsolete after a year.
Dude, if you don't know what "match or beat" means it's your problem, not mine.
So you are telling me that for my regular AF-intensive situation, indoor sports, I should dump 5D3 + 70-200/2.8 (ISO3200+, at least 1/500, f/2.8) in favor of Sony solution, right? Because that's...
Hey, I've seen "The Last Enemy", I know where British democracy is heading.
I always laugh when I think about royal photo shoot scene in "King Ralph".
Let's also talk about Sikh massacres, or the rapes.
Here's an idea. Hire a photographer, take your own pictures, post them on facebook every day. Kill the demand.
Stunningly beautiful movie. Also, stunningly stupid.
I see a business oppportunity here. Ergonomic enclosures for Sony A-bodies! Improve your grip! Powered models! Variable balance models available!
@dave. No, the main complaint is that there are no lenses.
@dvt I would not be so quick to dismiss the EVFs. I think they will eventually catch up with pentaprizm OVFs.
@biza. They have eight FF E-mount lenses only two which are under $1k. Two, Carl!
Lenses, they have to make the leses first. More and cheaper.
Or busload of members on the National Slingshot Association.
How many lightbulbs on Eiffel tower should go out for it to pass into the public domain? Also, are slingshots ligeal in France?
How many lightbulbs on Eiffel tower should go out for it's image to pass into the public domain? Also, are slingshots legal in France?
Lawyers must be paid.