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Sony Alpha a6500 Unboxing and First Look

Full list of todays Gold Box deals at Amazon, BHphoto, eBay,,,,,
Sony A-mount vs Sony E-mount: battle of the a99II & a7rII (Douglas Rahden)
Buying Guide: Gear for All Your New Year’s Resolutions (Adorama Learning Center)
User review of the Fujifilm GFX 50S and GF63mm F2.8 by Keith Wee Kheng (MirrorlessRumors).
Canon user asks: Should I make the switch? (SonyAlphaForum).
New “mygearvault” app helps photographers keep track of and insure their cameras and gear (Froknowsphoto)
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Fivepin:In the last year I purchased a Sony A77ii to fill the spot of my aging a77 apsc camera. The new model was a wonder of technology and a fantastic tool. That being said however I noticed using the same high end glass on the new camera as the original A77 was not giving me the same results. Many of the shots were not as sharp as they should have been. Well after doing many hours of testing on the system I figured out what is going on. I am not sure why the new camera with its new technology has this issue, but I can show you what feature is causing the issue, show you examples and show you how to solve the problem. You will have to shut off a new feature to fix this problem. I made this video months ago and have had hundreds of others confirm the issue with their A77ii. What I would like to see is if this issue persists in E mount or the new A99ii. As a community we need to test this further and work with Sony to fix the software. Shutting off the software will work. But in the end it would be nice to use the stabilized shutter feature as I am a nature photographer and shoot a lot of long lenses. Check out the video below to see my test comparison and results. Leave me message on the video link and lets get this resolved!


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