David Kilpatrick wrote:http://www.photoclubalpha.com/2012/07/11/sony-nex-7-the-high-end-hybrid/
Problem is, I could have written so much more...
artington wrote:Unlike you, I'm not fussed about the lack of GPS - rather have more battery life - but when I recently had to replace a broken 7 I was seriously tempted by the E-MD with its in body IS but its a clunkier box than the elegant 7 and the IS is not rated highly by some reviewers.
What I am missing is eye-level operation.
I sold a NEX-5n with electronic finder, because of certain issues - mainly that it was not as convenient as the NEX-7, and the finder was somehow not as good.
David Kilpatrick wrote:What I am missing is eye-level operation. My RX100 comes tomorrow and my new specs come in a week or two, but they won't help as they are new distance ones, plus something I have never had before, a special office varifocal pair designed for the Mac screen and for reading things in different positions (expecting some headaches from that).
There was a 16mm optical finfer on eBay yesterday for £47.50 but it was at KEH in the USA and they won't ship to the UK, or I would have bought it. I am no way paying £180-200 for the finger, twice as much as for the lens! Crazy.
So, I am working on ideas to use an LCD-screen only camera better. Maybe a Hoodman loupe screen hood fitted to the RX.
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