As you know Sony relies a lot on in camera lens compensation. And SAR reader Jörg Haag made that big test to show you the advantages-disadvantages of Sony’s approach. Please note that text and images are propriety of Jörg Haag. So please do not reproduce it without permission from Jörg.
Rawfa: “It’s not really a rumor, but I’ve posted some photos I’ve taken on the remote northeast Brazil on several photos and I’ve been getting a lot awesome comments. Feel free to share them if you want to: http://www.talkemount.com/threads/10991/#post-85424”
Giovanni: “I am a long time reader of your excellent blog. It was instrumental in my selection of Sony mirrorless cameras (since the very first Nex5), a decision I never regretted. I think your readers might be interested in my book “All things devoured” on decaying, abandoned places in Italy, if not for the photos per se, at least because it is entirely photographed with Sony mirrorless cameras, and with non-native lenses.The cameras I used are a Nex 5, a Nex C3 and an A7. The lenses I used include Canon nFD 50/1.4, Canon FD 200/4, Minolta 40/2 LM, Nikon AF-S 17-35/2.8, Nikon AI-S 135/2.8, Zeiss Contax 50/1.4 AE, Zeiss Contax 80-200/4 MM, Zeiss Contax G 45/2, Voigtlaender 15/4.5. Can you recognize the signatures in the photos? ;-)A free full preview is available at www.gmsacco.com“
Today at 2pm LAs Vegas time you can follow the video life streaming of the Sony press conference on SAR. Like I told you before do not expect any new A or E-mount photocamera today. Although I would be happy to be proven wrong!
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Here is the definition of the word “rumor” according to Merriam Webster dictionary:
Etymology: Middle English rumour, from Anglo-French, from Latin rumor clamor, gossip; akin to Old English rēon to lament, Sanskrit rauti he roars
Date: 14th century
1: talk or opinion widely disseminated with no discernible source
2: a statement or report current without known authority for its truth
3 archaic : talk or report of a notable person or event
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