I was there earlier in the week. Beautiful place.Some place down on the Jurassic Coast you may have heard of before.......
Lovely I could live where we stayed easily!! We didn't go down onto the beach. My other half struggles with her knees so distance is fine, hills are okay, more than a few steps or anything too steep is a big no-no!!
1-2 months delivery though. If it was 1-2 weeks…..Amazon France selling tamron 17-28 for 850 euros - https://www.amazon.fr/Tamron-17-28-F2-8-pour-Sony/dp/B07TV6NJC8/
a nice little bit of savings
The 17-28mm has been in stock and available at quite a few suppliers for the last 3 weeks or so?In general I am not impressed by Tamron's production and supply lines. The strategy seems to be making great mirrorless lenses with just enough copies for all the youtubers to rave about how awesome it is and few other lucky ones. The rest have to wait ages for it.
If the wait was 1-2 weeks instead of 1-2 months, I'd have ordered it myself.
Even before then can sort their supply for 17-28mm and even 28-75mm they are teasing 4 new lenses. Of course more lenses is good and welcome but if I want of one these 4 lenses I will have to probably wait 2 years at this rate.
I know but they don’t know when they will have stock, I need to know it will arrive inside 2 weeks.Jessops currently have 10% off everything. So could get it for £810 from there (although think it's currently out of stock). Not sure if it's too late though as you've already ordered.
Code for 10% off is bankhol10
I am very much of the same thinking, hate the new subscription model, got the final stand alone version Lightroom which is compatible with my Sony A9.Was talking about just vanilla LR(6). Don't need any think else. If you actually need everything that you get as part of the subscription then it's definitely for you. I just want/need LR.
How fast do you shoot? I've read a couple of people breaking it when shooting at Hi+.So has anyone had issues with there a7iii shutter.
Mine has been issue free so far ,though I’m probably on less than 5k,but I’m in a Facebook group and people are constantly going on about shutter issues and trying to push Sony for a recall.
There seems to be a few stripping there shutter per week and not even ones with high shutter counts a lot under 10k.
Chips on their own isn't a balanced diet. Unless you have a bag in each hand. You should eat the fish and chips. Make sure you put lots of salt and vinegar on them, oh, and ask for scraps too.
Camber sands is (was?) a lovely place, but there were no shops/kiosks to sell chips then - just miles and miles of snady beach and shallow, warmish sea at this time of year. Anything you wanted to eat or drink came in your bags.
Many fond memories there as a kid.Camber sands is (was?) a lovely place, but there were no shops/kiosks to sell chips then - just miles and miles of snady beach and shallow, warmish sea at this time of year. Anything you wanted to eat or drink came in your bags.
Be surprised if the cost to change into the Tamron will be so little. The f/4 lens is poorly regarded and can be bought very cheaply. The Tamron isn’t bad, supposedly much better than the f/4 lens. The 35mm f/1.8 is very good. The 50mm f/1.8 is pretty poor.Need some advice here, good people of the forum. I'll hopefully be picking up my A7mkII in a couple of days and went with the Sony FE 24-70mm f4 ZA oss lens.
Now my plan of thought is to chop the Sony lens in and get the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 di iii rxd. I'll only be paying an extra £200 odd.
Or would I be better off purchasing the 35 or 50mm prime instead? And keeping the Sony lens.
Won't be in a position to purchase any lenses after this for quite a while. So trying to see which way forward is the best way.