We finally got a date! If you preorder the new Batis 85mm f/1.8 lens now you will get it by October 29 at BHphoto (Click here). And the good news is that very ealry preorders from may 11 shipped today!
P.S.: Tom F Watson tested the Zeiss Batis and Loxia lenses in Hong Kong. Check it out!
Anyone using a 500mm lens? (SonyAlphaForum).
Sony RX10 II review: This Swiss Army knife of the camera world boasts even more tools than ever! (Imaging Resource).
Beach trip with the Sony a6000 and a few lenses (movetomirrorless).
Shootout: Sony FE 55mm Sonnar, Zeiss Loxia 50mm Planar, Leica 50mm Summilux-M Compared (Talkemount).
High ISO camera concept (SonyAlphaForum).
CanonFD 300mm 1:4 L tested on the A7 (Phillip Reeve).
Gantico: “A night with almost full moon at the Astronomical Observatory of the Autonomous Region of the Aosta Valley, Italy. Shot with a Sony A7S, a few Canon lenses, ISO between 100.000 and 200.000. Low angle camera movements created with Shootools Skate Dolly. Edited in Premiere Pro, noise reduction made wit Neat Video v4, custom regrain. Hope that you find interesting to share: https://vimeo.com/132752811”
Sorry about the weird title I wasn't sure how best to phrase this. I'd like to shoot more photos and edit them on the go on my phone. Normally I just shoot raw to cut down on full post process procedure. But the WiFi transfer only sends jpegs. My question is, is the jpeg conversion […]
Meike MK-A7II Pro Built-in 2.4GHz Wireless Control Battery Grip for Sony A7 II as Sony VG-C2EM Following the SAR revellation that the Meike A7 11 battery grip is suitable for the A7Rii, I bought one - from Amazon I couldn't fit it to my A7Rii camera as, despite it being said (in the manufacturer's blurb) […]
Greetings forum members, I shoot with an a6000 and A7Rii (with Sony and Zeiss lenses) since a couple months back. I used Canon for 5 years and recently got rid of my old Canon stuff. There might be a similar topic about this over here somewhere i reckon. I'm loving the possibilities and quality […]
Yesterday I received my A7RII with Zeiss Batis 25. Coming from an RX1 I am somewhat familiar with its settings, but it is far more complicated than I thought it would be. That is partly due to the rather primitive Sony user manual. I hope that I will get some help via this Forum! […]
Hey guys, would love to have some help here. Just did a shoot over the weekend, and was using the a7rii on s35 mode with metabones speedbooster on latest firmware to shoot a short video. There were times when the aperture and other functions show 0.0 or -.- (meaning no connection), and after reattaching the […]
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