David Kilpatrick wrote:Knocked down to £349 removed from an A7 kit, London Camera Exchange Bristol. At that price decided it's worth getting to use with the A7R even though I suspect Sony did not bundle with the A7R because they are basically rubbish, or the OSS doesn't play nicely.
David Kilpatrick wrote:Not having much luck with the A7R despite having some 'interesting' lenses and the LA-EA3 adaptor; it's really only worth bothering with the camera if the results are going to be 100%, and at this time of year, almost any other type of camera works better.
Greg Beetham wrote:I guess getting an A7 isn’t really the answer either, no gain over the A99 in real terms, the A7+adaptor is smaller and lighter, yes, but no IBIS (and has a much smaller battery with no supplied charger).
Any which way you look at it FF = avoirdupois so far; unless the new expensive FE 24-70 zoom works good then you could ditch the adaptor and realize a more compact FF setup, sort of, and if it works good that is, and it should if it’s going to cost that much.
Its way out of my budget range but I guess there are lots of people out there who won’t be fazed.
My problem with FE lenses is the extension tube built into the lenses making them larger than they otherwise could have been…why make a compact short register FF mount and not capitalize on that?
btw Merry X-mas everyone.
Greg Beetham wrote:Checking a dof calculator http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/dof-calculator.htm for David’s shot at dpr it says at those settings FF 28mm @ f8 focused on a subject at 20ft the first point of acceptable sharpness is at 6.71ft which should easily include the dof range of the subject, the lens is a dud.
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