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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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Using Adobe Bridge/ACR for ‘film looks’ controlled by your Alpha

It’s now easy enough to find camera profiles – image looks created by independent photographers, as Adobe and Sony do not provide any – which make a big difference to raw processing using Adobe Camera Raw or Lightroom. There are also many fine adjustments you can make within these programs, able to customise the image . . . → Read More: Using Adobe Bridge/ACR for ‘film looks’ controlled by your Alpha

Tamron 18-270mm – a hero, but no VC…

After using Sigma’s 18-250mm optically stabilised zoom on Alpha bodies for a year and more, the first thing which strikes about the Tamron 18-270mm for Sony mount is the lack of the VC (Vibration Control) stabiliser found on the same lens made for Canon or Nikon.

Tamron’s lenses come without a case, but with . . . → Read More: Tamron 18-270mm – a hero, but no VC…

DxO for Mac and Alpha 230-380 – plus discount deal

December 2, 2009 – DxO Labs is pleased to announce the immediate availability of DxO Optics Pro v5.3.6 for Mac bringing full compatibility with Apple’s latest operating system Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard, and adding RAW support for 15 new cameras: Canon EOS 7D and PowerShot G11; Nikon D300s and D3000; Olympus E3 (Elite edition . . . → Read More: DxO for Mac and Alpha 230-380 – plus discount deal