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Having second thoughts about the Sony 135mm f/1.8 GM…
Pretty much all of the reviewers invited to attend Sony’s launch event in Brooklyn, New York were unanimous in declaring the 135mm f/1.8 GM the ideal portrait lens. I would argue that, far from being ideal, one should carefully examine their needs before even considering this lens. First, there’s the weight factor – while Sony… Read More
Sony reaffirmed their unwavering support for and confidence in the E mount when they decided to use it in their $42,000 large format Venice cinema camera, chosen by James Cameron to shoot the two sequels to Avatar. In an interview with the Sony engineers who designed the Venice, Jon Fauer has this to say: I… Read More
We’ll find out soon enough!
Canon and Nikon users continue to rejoice in the belief that their respective lens mounts are superior when compared to Sony, but the latter just fired off another shot during their a6400 presentation, asserting that even f/.63 is theoretically possible. Even setting aside the vast catalogue of native lenses, E mount enjoys a singular advantage… Read More
I’ve never enjoyed shooting video so much as I have with the Sony a7 III. It’s been trouble-free from the get-go – and while it would be a treat if Sony offered a better codec in the a7s III, I like the fact that the 8-bit files take up so little space on my hard… Read More
An article examining where the industry is headed written five years ago by Sareesh Sudhakaran is still pertinent in regards to a statement I made in my previous post where I insisted that hybrid cameras should be able to shoot great video as well as stills. He writes: After 2007, roughly from the time the Canon… Read More