3 Alphas at once

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3 Alphas at once

Unread postby sury » Mon Apr 08, 2019 9:54 pm

On Saturday I was at Shoshone Falls Park in Idaho, USA. I noticed a couple next to me.
The lady was shooting with a A99M2 and CZ24F2, the gent had a A68 and I was shooting
with my A99M2 and CZ24-70. I would see another Sony once in a while but 3 Sony bodies
at once was indeed a rare event. :D
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Re: 3 Alphas at once

Unread postby bfitzgerald » Sun Sep 15, 2019 11:49 am

They are out there I saw plenty of A mount cameras over the years. It is unlikely to have 3 at the same time
I've no doubts that A mount is still around in reasonable numbers - though due to inactivity obviously less than in years past. I saw a load of A200-350 bodies years past, so I assume the sold fairly well

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Re: 3 Alphas at once

Unread postby Fotogeorge » Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:58 pm

I only see camera phones out there. I maybe the only one around here with still working A-mount cameras. Yes, I still have a working A350. Yesterday, the pop-up flash capacitor in the A580 gave up the flash, but it still works with external flashes. The A-mount, just slowly dies. My KM 7D lives on. Sometimes, all you need is 6 gig. IMHO!
KM7D, Sony A350, A580, A-700, A57, A65, A5100 & a6500 & bunch of lenses.

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