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DON’T buy the SONY a7rii until you watch this canon adapter review!!

Sony 90mm FE review at ThePhoBlographer.

Ted:I wanted to also send you my review of the a7rii (including 4K footage) and ask if you might consider posting it as well. Here’s the review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX_rM3w8rTw

Matt:a7s + FE 16-35 + Ronin-M + Deluts by James Miller. I used a custom Picture Profile rather than S-log2 so I can have an easier time focusing. https://vimeo.com/136473156

Emin:Today I  shoot video on Sony A7RII & 35mm Sony f1.4 & Sony 28mm f2) and then take a screen shoot from it https://www.facebook.com/emin.kuliyev.54/posts/10208236724700889?pnref=story

Anonymous:there is a test between the cheaper Fotodiox adapter and $400 Metabones IV adapter for the Sony A7RII with AF tests and it seems like the Fotodiox is just as good as the Metabones and also has a quick release tripod mount. Thought it was good info that people can still get full AF and a solid adapter with the cheaper adapter on the A7RII.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEIkoRTSaHc

Thomas:I created a short video on time lapse with the Sony RX100 IV that may make good content to your viewers…. It would be an honor to have something I made on your site!! Link is here https://youtu.be/PE6LVLw67oQ

Lior: “Took the RX100 IV for a holiday in Austria – around Salzburg. It turned out to be a great vacation tool for video and stills. So small but so advanced. The video was shot originally in 4K and exported to 1080p. Great scenery in the Austrian alps, enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo5ojPn24gY

Louis:Big fan of the site since I discovered it while looking for the great RX100 (Mark I is still holding up excellently after 4 years) and I’m now a daily visitor of your site awaiting for news on the next A6100 or A7000 ;) I wanted to share these videos taken with my Sony cameras:
– Underwater video in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, with the RX100 using the Ikelite Housing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M4CI7qCVAo
– A really cool Timelapse of a passion fruit plant growing using the Timelapse App on the A6000: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvdODsICkAY

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