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Shooting Streeton: December 2, 2021 at 4:32 am
What I wish to express is not directly pointing at you as a photographer, Terry.
I am lashing out at P-PXL in general, degrading quality articles. It started out high but plummeted very low over time. Topics/articles have become rarer, and thanks to that, the content is indifferent and not worth reading anymore. It’s not everyone who wishes to participate in artic workshops but merely subscribes to become better photographers and find inspiration.
I blame the editors for having become ‘lazy” and worn-out oldtimers.Re: NEW Sony a9 Article…What Am I Going To Do?Reply #1 on: October 5, 2019 at 6:21 amRe: Cameras, Lenses and Shooting GearReply #2 on: October 1, 2019 at 1:13 pm
Hi again friends..
…and again I couldn’t find any comments to Kevins review of the Sony 7R4 where he compares it to cameras as Fuji GXF 50and the uber Phase One.
I have been on the fence about moving from my two 7R3’s to two 7R4’s, but ran into thoughts on such as difraction kicking in earlier, bigger demands to lens accuracy and precission alignment, hand holding sensibility, focus precision using shallow DOF despite eye focus and such.
All that holded me back and I simply left the though buying the new cameras. So far. I didn’t want a pure tripod demanding camera.
I am always on the fence when Sony moves the tech. and now I am just insane curious how the A9II is and if it has a suitable 36MP sensor which is enough for me. (Said the old Nikon D810 user 🙂
It’s about time Sony lifts the scene carpet and show what they got. Am I agin to change ieteration or I can happily live on with the 7R3.
Now for the sake of sharing, the 7R3 is eronomically just improving so much mounting a Gabale L-Plate. I use judt the buttom plate and my God how that imroves the comfort shooting the camera: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2o3u9Pd5j4Q
No I am not involved in the commercial part of this product. Just enjoying it.Re: Cameras, Lenses and Shooting GearReply #3 on: October 1, 2019 at 12:42 pm
Couldn’t find any other comments to Kevins rave about the Sony 100-400mm GM lens, so to share common experience, I go with a topic by its own.
First of all I can’t praise this lens enough because not only it replaces my 70-200/4 and 70-300mm G lens, it also makes my Sony photograhy a pure plasure supplying it with the 24-105 mm G lens which is at least as transparent and sharp as my now sold 24-70mm GM lens looking to 40 % of the center of the lens. Only corners suffers a bit compared. That said, with a tad of salt, because my sample of the 24-70mm GM wasn’t symetrical mounted from factory even having it replaced with big trouble. Hence the whole left side of the frame on both lenses wasn’t as sharp ans the right side. A small ‘arghhh’ because this should not happen on a lens in that price class, SONY!!!
But ok, I am as glad as a billion doller lotto winner with the two lens combo I have today.
I supply my bag with a 16-35mm GM lens if I know I will be faced with compositions requiring such wide vission to make a balaced composition.
May I end up saying the 100-400mm GM lens is perhaps my best Sony lens? I am very, very happy with it. Happy shooting 100-400mm owners.Re: What's going on with micro 4/3Reply #4 on: September 14, 2019 at 10:42 am
Peter, let’s not forget that Sony owns (is it 51% ?) of the Oly imagine devision. So I am shure they have organic sensors up their sleeves. …
…For many who are not shooting fast moving objects, stitching with u43’s is up to it regarding resolution IMO.
Sony recently sold all their shares of Olympus back to Olympus.
Ouhh!!! Didn’t know. Sorry for that.