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Lucas_

Lucas_

Lives in Brazil Campinas / SP, Brazil
Works as a Retired Engineer, part time photographer
Has a website at http://lucaspix.smugmug.com/
Joined on Oct 5, 2007
About me:

Retired Automotive Engineer, part-time Photographer for over 40 years.

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  • Commented on Sony Alpha a7 II Review preview

    - Dan, I didn't say you were careless, I said DPR was for assigning such a tough job to a newcomer ( no ofense ). Anyway, I don't find the A7II to be bulky at all, it's actually robust! I bought...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha a7 II Review preview

    - Dan, I didn't say you were careless, I said DPR was for assigning such a tough job to a newcomer ( no ofense ). Anyway, I don't find the A7II to be bulky at all, it's actually robust! I bought...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha a7 II Review preview

    I've been shooting for three months with the A7 and close to two months with the A7II, now. The A7II adds almost everything that I wished the A7 had: better sized grip, more robust body, more...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha a7 II Review preview

    I've been shooting for three months with the A7 and close to two months with the A7II, now. The A7II adds almost everything that I wished the A7 had: better sized grip, more robust body, more...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha a7 II Review preview

    The A7Ii is such a wonderful camera, that DPR had to dig out something like "high ISO noise" to not give it another gold to Sony...! They're also mistaken when saying that the sensor is the same...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha a7 II Review preview

    The A7Ii is such a wonderful and groundbreaking camera, that DPR had to dig out something like "high ISO noise" to not give it another gold to Sony...! Since I bought it my excellent A99 startedto...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha 7S Review preview

    Grab an A6000 with the 16-50 and 18-135 f4 lenses and you'll be in heaven for some time and won't miss your p&s. After that, there'll be no limit where you can go!

  • Commented on Sony Alpha 7S Review preview

    Grab an A6000 with the 16-50 and 18-135 f4 lenses and you'll be in heaven for some time and won't miss your p&s. After that, there'll be no limits for you!

  • Commented on Sony Alpha 7S Review preview

    Not with the A7S! The full sensor readout and low pixel density are some of the great features that prevent those problems. The A7S is a landmark, having "raised the bar" quite higher than ever for...

  • Unfortunately the new Sigma "Art" lenses, although excellent performers, have been very bulky and heavy. Not really Sony Ax style.

  • Have faith. An A9 may be around within a year...!

  • That, or just shoot in manual focus, I enjoy it!

  • I mostly compose and focus through the EVF on my Sony cameras. Moving the focus point with Sony's joystick control is a breeze ). The LCD is only used for checking menus and changing parameters...

  • No comparison, the A7/A7II are Full Frame cameras!

  • This is great news, kuddos to Sony (again)!
    Now we A7 late adopters ( I just bought an A7 two weeks ago... ) will have to beg Sony to release a FW for the A7 at least with all A7II enhancements...

  • This is great news, kuddos to Sony (again)!
    Now we A7 late adopters ( I just bought an A7 two weeks ago... ) will have to beg Sony to release a FW for the A7 at least with the A7II enhancements...

  • Try an RX100III or an A6000!!

  • Or, they will announce the new "1Dx MKII" with the 36MP Sony sensor!

  • Or, they will announce the new "1Dx MKII" with the 36MP Sony sensor, modified to Canon specs...!

  • Or, they will announce the new "1Dx MKII" with a 36MP Sony sensor, modified to Canon specs...!

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