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FuAn

Member Since 26 Mar 2013
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In Topic: Sonys' new A7(r) FX mirrorless

18 December 2013 - 07:06 AM

Got the A7 now for a couple of weeks it's great and a lot of fun! Some nice lenses have been announced...

Can't wait to get the nauticam housing!!! Hope Edward will bring one to Shanghai in March... ;-)


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In Topic: Sonys' new A7(r) FX mirrorless

21 October 2013 - 06:54 AM

Should be faster for the A7... The A7r will really only make sense if you are doing a lot of architecture, scenery stills... As soon as movement, more autofocus... Plays a role the A7 will be the better camera...

That's how I understood it from all the stuff I read...


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In Topic: Sonys' new A7(r) FX mirrorless

17 October 2013 - 06:52 AM

Aren't mirorless lenses supposed to be smaller, and then cheaper?


It all depends on the sensor size... With a full frame sensor you will need lenses that are as big and as expensive as for a SLR... It's got nothing to do with mirror or no mirror....

So yes it brings the A7 much closer to SLR size than a m4/3rd but I still hope the total package incl. a housing will still be more compact and lighter than for a FX SLR...


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In Topic: Sonys' new A7(r) FX mirrorless

16 October 2013 - 06:41 AM

Why the 7r? Wouldn't the 7 be the more appropriate camera for underwater? As from the presentation the sensor improvements on the A7r compensate for the lower low light performance with the high resolution sensor? Why still being just almost neck to neck with the A7. The AF system on the A7 should be better though?

So as long as you don't mostly shoot architecture or landscapes the a7 should be your choice or am I wrong?


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In Topic: Hi y'all

18 April 2013 - 04:43 PM

Oh ok,

 

no we will be on the MV The Ark