I got a rumor from a trusted source that the new Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 will come for A-mount too. There is no info about the exact release period but I have been assured that it will come for Sony too. Great!
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I seem to be one week out of warranty, !@£$%^&* - the camera threw a blade (I have the resultant image) and I'm just finishing up a US road trip. I fly back to the UK via NYC on 02 June. It's not ideal, but I've fallen back on a.n.other camera body. It's not the […]
I am trying to tether to capture one and have bumped into the 5 meter max length transmission problem. Any thing over this the camera is found but the images not transmitted, I see there are USB cables called active type which boost signals to a greater distance has any one any experience with this? […]
I am new to the Sony family and just got an A7 Mk ii. I love to take sunrise and sunset photos. I recently discovered the Hoodman (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1085425-REG/hoodman_hlpp3m_hoodloupe_3_glare_free.html ) while attending a landscape workshop at Death Valley. The Hoodman is big plus keeping out glare on the monitor and also provides some magnification of the […]
I know this might sound ridiculous or not economical realistic, or technically impractical, but as a long time FF A mount user who haven't make the move to FE just yet, I always had this thought in my mind. I was wondering will Sony ever consider making the next FF A mount body mirrorless […]
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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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