I’ve been researching this for the past week. It looks amazing as a small video recorder for trips and vacations.
I’m off to Walt DisneyWorld in three weeks, the only problem is can I get hold of one soon enough.
I have an A9 for sale in the 'Other brands' forum.
Normally I wouldn't advertise this here but I'm donating the money to charity and it's a particularly time sensitive event. So if you're interested please do take a look.
As the title suggests I’m looking for personal recommendations for photography gear insurance.
I’m adding my kit to the household insurance but that is prohibitively expensive if I want it insured outside of the home.
I bought a Sony A7ii for my daughter yesterday and I can’t figure out something.
When she reviews an image on the camera it zooms to the centre point rather than the focus point... which is really pointless.
I assume this can be changed?
I still have a few items to pickup, which includes the 2.0x convertor and the Sony 35 f1.4.
I'm also trying to decide on some lighting but struggling to make a decision between standard strobes and LED lighting.
Received the AR7III today and I have to say my first impressions have left me a little disappointed.
The only way to engaged the electronic shutter is to select silent mode (but I want to enable sounds)
Even shooting the mechanical shutter I can see the distortion when shooting fast moving...
I'm currently looking at the Zeiss primes having gone primarily the zoom route.
I'm loving the A9 so much. It's so incredibly good to use.
Big question mark now is do I cancel my A7RIII order and get another.
Looking for recommendations:
for two Sony bodies, and three lenses, a mixture of 85, 16-35, 24-70 and 90 macro.
If I could get two of those and the 70-200 that would be a bonus.
I’m looking for a satchel style.
For two Sony bodies and 7 lenses, 35...