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  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    bakubo wrote:bakubo wrote:classiccameras wrote:I'm still wondering why there are no more 3rd party m/4/3 lenses, Sigma, Tamron and the others must think there is still a market for their lenses in cropped and FF but as you say they are really no longer a budget option.m4/3 3rd party lens makers:SigmaTamronVoigtländerSamyangRokinonKowaKodakTokinaVenus OpticsKamlanZonlaiOptekaMeyer Optik GoerlitzSLR MagicYILensbabyZhongyiYasuharaJackarHolgaZeissHandevisionA useful […]
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  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    Thanks for the info, many names I have never heard of and are not in my local camera stores either, On line is a wonderful thing butStatistics: Posted by classiccameras — Mon Aug 19, 2019 7:15 pm
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  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    bakubo wrote:classiccameras wrote:I'm still wondering why there are no more 3rd party m/4/3 lenses, Sigma, Tamron and the others must think there is still a market for their lenses in cropped and FF but as you say they are really no longer a budget option.m4/3 3rd party lens makers:SigmaTamronVoigtländerSamyangRokinonKowaKodakTokinaVenus OpticsKamlanZonlaiOptekaMeyer Optik GoerlitzSLR MagicYILensbabyZhongyiYasuharaJackarHolgaZeissHandevisionA useful website […]
    bakubo
  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    classiccameras wrote:I'm still wondering why there are no more 3rd party m/4/3 lenses, Sigma, Tamron and the others must think there is still a market for their lenses in cropped and FF but as you say they are really no longer a budget option.m4/3 3rd party lens makers:SigmaTamronVoigtländerSamyangRokinonKowaKodakTokinaVenus OpticsKamlanZonlaiOptekaMeyer Optik GoerlitzSLR MagicYILensbabyZhongyiYasuharaJackarHolgaZeissHandevisionA useful website with […]
    bakubo
  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    I think Sony are trying to ween people off A mount but softly softly catchee Monkey, they will cease bringing out new A mount models, so if your a big Sony fan you may transfer over which is what they want, but not for me you can keep E mount.I'm still wondering why there are […]
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Nikon’s DF finally recaptures the spirit of Dynax 7D

Sony said, as they took over the Konica Minolta camera division in 2006, that the day of mechanical controls and switches was gone. Economies of production and efficiencies of design meant that from now on, cameras would be controlled by buttons and menus. Anyone who remembers the original Alphas, the 7000 and 5000 from the . . . → Read More: Nikon’s DF finally recaptures the spirit of Dynax 7D

Sony – please add gain control to A77 sound

When I had the Canon 60D and 600D cameras for the usual brief period of magazine review loan, one of the things I could have tested more thoroughly was the excellent implementation of sound input gain control. Since it worked, and worked really well, I had no need to. Any system with auto gain, in . . . → Read More: Sony – please add gain control to A77 sound

Tilt-shift with full frame DSLRs

After just a short while working with full frame, high resolution DSLRs the need for tilt lenses has really come home to me. Most lenses deliver their best results at fairly wide apertures like f8, it’s easy for detail to begin to look soft and lacking impact if you are forced to stop down to . . . → Read More: Tilt-shift with full frame DSLRs