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Hi, Can anyone tell me the best adapter, la-ea2 or la-ea4, for using "a mount" lens on my a6000? I specifically want to use the Sony zoom, SAL70300G lens. Is there any noticeable difference between the two? Thanks - dave
I currently have a xt-1 Fuji and a pack of lenses. I am so on the verge of going Sony, after seeing a bunch of pictures on the web, and being a little disappointed with the results I'm getting. However, I'm not entirely sure it is the camera and not the operator - especially with […]
As a previous NEX 5n & 7 user, I just moved up to a A7 with kit 28-70 full frame lens. I realize how the APS-C lens trade-off thing works on the A7 body (vignetting, etc.) and the A7's menu setting to compensate when using these lenses on it by filling the frame with the […]
I have a brand new a6000 with kit lens and moderate telephoto lens. I don't plan to buy any other lenses. I can't afford to I did buy Gary Fong's video for the camera I can't make my camera work as he did specifically? follow focus. screen doesn't look as his did another question...what do […]
I like the a7 cameras a lot because they're small and good image quality. I'm stuck on a few things... Can you turn off the screen on the back and have the viewfinder work as normal? To switch on when your eye gets near it? This would save battery life a bit. Can you […]
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