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 need to do a cityscape sunset timelapse tomorrow evening. I am planning on using the app and putting it on the sunset setting. Am I right in doing that? I seem to remember that it in fact only used the initial exposure setting. Would I be better off by simply using Aperture Priority? […]
I've preordered the a7Rii, intending to use it with several Canon EOS EF (full frame) lenses. I've also ordered the Sony FE 28mm f2 "native" lens. I'm reluctant to get a $400 Metabones iV adapter if a $100 adapter will work nearly as well. However, when I read the specs on the Fotodiox ebay […]
Hi all. I recently picked up a 28/2 to replace my 35/2.8 as my wider option. I'm very impressed with the results so far, but shooting raw it's closer to 26mm in the vf. This makes it a bit harder to compose towards the edge of the frame (as you have to guess where the […]
Does anyone have any experience with either the Neewer or the Vivitar battery grips for the a6000? Gary Fong has an unboxing video, but nothing about whether the grip works as promised. There are mixed reviews on Amazon regarding the functionality and quality of the grip. So, I would love to hear if any owners […]
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Date: 14th century
1: talk or opinion widely disseminated with no discernible source
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