Ming Thein explains why the A7rII seems to be the best camera for the new Milvus line:
Much has been said about manual focus, and I agree with the current state of DSLR viewfinders, it’s not very practical in the field. Sony has solved this problem for us to some extent with the A7RII. Live view magnification and the stabiliser extend the working envelope of the Otuses – and any MF lenses – enormously.
And Zeiss photographer Greg Watermann shot a video with the a7R2 and Milvus 35/2 lens:
This is the very first savings on the new Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 Distagon FE lens. You get $170 off if you buy it Open Box at Samys eBay (Click here).
The lens is in “EXC+” condition which means this is an open box model in overall excellent condition. Samy sells it with 30-day return policy and fully standard 1-Year US Warranty.
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