Yeah, screw the a6000. Sony quit building APS-C mirrorless, right DPR?
Say what you will about the ridiculousness of it, but you've got to admit that when it comes to gold and fishskin covered cameras this one looks pretty good.
I really wish they'd just set ISO 200 to a standard of 1 and then go logarithmically from there. ISO 409600 becomes gain of 11, for instance, ISO 1600 a gain of 4, etc. Makes a hell of a lot more...
You don't need a 1.3mp sensor to see in the dark, the a7s is a credit card away :)
Yeah, and according to my uncle he's got a better mousetrap. Turns out he's full of it but it makes him sound great at the time.
Never. Have you been paying attention to Sony?!
That's not fair. They recently acquired a patent on something they call the "status quo".
I loved your post. a7s owner, that "blushing" is inherent to the sensor and your post rings of truth and humor. Well done, sir.
I hope so
I find no fault in not being easily pleased.
Truer words were never spoken.
I misread your initial post. Sorry bout that. I'll admit when I mess up :)
You're right, but FF and "E-mount *stills*" is both recent on the scene and the main draw, albeit with much better blending of the two with the a7s.
The OP here has never held an a7 body. They are substantial. I own the sony a850, the nex7, and the a7s. No comparison between any of them. The a850 is heavy and holds well in the hand with the...
From everything he's said, Marcelobtp has never held an a7 body and might be stoned. They are substantial. I own the sony a850, the nex7, and the a7s. No comparison between any of them. The...
Same here. From nex7. Have had FF 24mp and 12mp makes 24 look like technical wizardry is required :)
Cry me a river. You've got plenty of lenses at your disposal. The FF emount needs lenses, it's brand new. Arguing that focusing for a bit on a new line of lenses that will keep Sony alive and...
It's what I want for the "rides in the car" lens for my a7s as well. I'm certainly not judging you here. Forgiving sensor in every way and massive zoom range? Yes, please.
Leave it to just another canon shooter to state the absolutely obvious: A large sensor with a decent-aperture long telephoto takes glass. Well done.