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Ive switched to Sony
on: August 15, 2018, 15:50:26 PM
I switched from my Nikon D90 to a Sony A6000 mirrorless and loves the more compact size and weight. Also way better autofocus.

Had a bit of money come in recently and also bought a A7III with 55mm 1.8 Zeiss and Sony 28mm 2.0.

Absolutely loving it but its definitely the first time my kit is way better than my skills, im nowhere near pushing its capabilities.
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Re: Ive switched to Sony
Reply #1 on: August 15, 2018, 18:35:30 PM
I know a few people who have moved to Sony.. I think you get in camera HDR as well.. Seems to be some good kit

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Re: Ive switched to Sony
Reply #2 on: August 26, 2018, 00:45:09 AM
I also have a Sony, they are very decent cameras and work well, the problem is availability of lenses. Seems Sony don't give the independent lens manufacturers access and that means non-Sony can be more miss than hit.

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Re: Ive switched to Sony
Reply #3 on: September 28, 2018, 22:47:12 PM
I'm still a little confused over the "smaller camera" aspect of mirrorless systems...as inevitably you still end up putting a massive lens on the front of it anyway?

I'm probably going to stick with Canon for a while just because like Serious said, more of a aftermarket lens ecosystem out there for Nikon and Canon.

Isn't in-camera HDR fairly standard nowadays? My 5d MKIII which is a good few years old now has it built in. Essentially exposure bracketing with a final step where it does a basic HDR JPG based on one of a few processing presets. Usually end up using the brackets to re-do the HDR in photoshop later though...

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