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So there, the evil (upgrade bug) has struck...Been browsing upgrade options for the GH4, and by pure accident noticed S5 - literally FF in GH5M2 body and with lens choice that appears fairly priced. I have always shunned the FF format as both crazily expensive and bulkier than M4/3 but it seems that in the past 1-2 years a lot of so called "entry level" FF cameras showed up, with weight matching M4/3 (or even lighter) and reasonable price (sub 2000 USD), meanwhile M4/3 seems to have gotten a bit heavier, and given the GH5M2/GH6 prices basically matching entry level FF. And I only care about stills, video being irrelevant more or less, so perhaps FF could be a good choice here. As I can tell that the evil is strong, thought I will ask a few questions since seems there are lots of FF folks here. Body wise looked at the following: Nikon: Z5/Z6 II Panasonic: S5 Fuji: XT4 Sony A7RIII / IIIA Anything else out there ?? (sub/around 2000 USD, those A1 cameras are way out of my price range ) A link to a comparison of tech specs of those (vs GHx) below, using dpreview camera comparison feature: GH4 vs GH5M2 vs GH6 vs Z5 vs Z6 II vs S5 vs XT4 vs A7RIII vs A7RIIIA Also a good read on Wetpixel: The Perfect Underwater Camera I am a bit confused by the Sony stack, also curious why Fuji did not get much traction underwater, as it seems an excellent camera on paper at least. But these seem more or less similar to a degree, though AF being generally praised on Sony and Canon R5 (not included as way too pricey) , hence this brings me to my main point - lens mounts and lenses. These all have different mounts L/Z/E and whatcha not. And I am confused.com. So a few questions to all the FF users out there (in an organized fashion so perhaps this topic can serve as a reference later): 1) are there any pro/contra of mount X vs mount Y? (as in tech specs of the mount itself) 2) are there any pro/contra of mount X vs mount Y? (as in lens ecosystem prices and future support, e.g. F being abandoned etc) 4) are there any lenses that are better with a given mount than other? (in other topic there was a talk of Sigma 105mm being slower on Z-mount for example) 5) are there any lenses that really shine but are specific only to a given mount? 6) are there any lenses types that are missing for a given mount, forcing usage of WACP or other pricey/heavy solutions? (like no wide angle etc) 7) anything else that might be important when considering body X /mount A vs body Y/mount B? Thanks for all the feedback in advance EDIT: Forgot to add - do feel free to tell me i am silly and upgrading to FF will yield little benefits. That is also an open question.
I am selling a complete Nikon D850 system, a dream setup that includes everything you need to shoot professional quality images. I’d like to invite you to check out the work I was able to produce with this amazing camera: https://www.instagram.com/lorenzoballarinphoto/ Most of the equipment was purchased brand new in September 2019, all the items listed below are in excellent conditions, they have been looked after meticulously. The camera body is in like new conditions, it has never been used outside the housing. All lenses and dome are in perfect conditions, no scratches in front elements. I would love to sell the setup as a whole, but I will consider selling some items separately. Camera: Nikon D850 DSLR Lenses: Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye Lens Nikon AF-S 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED VR Nikon AF-S 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 G IF VR Nikon AF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 G DX VR II Nikon AF-S 55-200MM F/4-5.6G ED VR II Kenko 1.4X PRO 300 Teleconverter DGX Nikon AF Housing: Nauticam NA-D850 Housing for Nikon D850 (Integrated led flash trigger, vacuum system and leak detector, dual ball handled tray & dual mounting ball on housing, 2x vacuum pumps, Nauticam Allen key set) Ports & Extension rings: Nauticam N120 140mm Optical-Glass fisheye dome port with removable shade Nauticam N120 Macro Port 60 Nauticam Extension ring 30 with lock Nauticam Extension ring 20 with lock Strobes: 2x Sea & Sea YS-D2J 4x Fiber Optic Cables Arms: 2x Float arms 4x regular strobe arms 6x Nauticam clamps 2x strobe arm clamps 1x cold shoe ball mount (for macro port) Case: Pelican 1620 Case, to carry the whole setup, everything in this list fits inside the case. Extras: Sony 64GB XQD card 2x 64GB San Disk Extreme pro 300 mb/s Gorilla pod 2x Camera straps Nikon Battery Charger Nikon D850 battery 2x Eneloop Chargers 16x Eneloop Pro Batteries Aquatech hand strap Spare fiber optic connector Spare Vacuum plug Air Blower 5x Nauticam O-ring grease 4x Sea&Sea O-ring grease 5x CR2032 Batteries Spare Housing o-rings and Port o-rings Due to image size restrictions I can only upload a couple of pictures in the post, remaining photos of the items can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/187905621@N03/F6Eo2p Items are located in Australia. Shipping charges and PayPal fees at buyer’s expense. Please feel free to ask questions or discuss individual prices. Asking price for the whole setup is 10,000 USD