Hi everybody and welcome back to SonyAlphaLab ;) First off, I'm sorry I have not been around as much lately, but this morning I got up really early to try to bang out an article! Life is very time consuming theses days in all regards... Posting on the forums daily >> Sony is on the move and breaking records all over the place as far as I can tell. The New Sony A7r II is on fire in the imaging world and tons of people are posting sample photos, video's, open box's, first impressions reviews, etc.
The Sony a7R II is the company's newest addition to the popular full-frame mirrorless line, and caused quite a stir with its introduction earlier this month. In this opinion piece technical editor Rishi Sanyal explains exactly why he thinks this camera is potentially groundbreaking in many ways. Read more
Last month’s launch of six new FE mount lenses is great news for Sony enthusiasts shooting with A7 cameras. With only a modest number of FE lenses available until now, the new lenses — including two wide-angle primes, two ultra-wide angle converters, a close-focus ma...
In this article I'm going to focus on comparing the image quality and focus speed of the Olympus and Sony camera systems in low light lab conditions. This will show us how well each camera works in the lab environment which can be used very effectively! I'm working on getting the A6000 for a more updated camera comparison, but my Sony Nex-6 and Sony A7r will do just fine in my opinion for these comparisons. In fact the older Nex-6 has the 16mp sensor which matches up just right with the OM-D EM-
I have the FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro G OSS Lens coming from BHPhoto, and I'm really excited, because I have always wanted it personally. In any event, we have some reviews on the web worth checking out if you are in the market for this lens, and my review will be coming soon...
I can tell you immediately that the image quality of the OM-D EM-5 Mark II is not on the same level as the Sony cameras. This was expected by me, and even my Nex-6 will dog this unit in IQ challenges as I will show in the lab asap.
However, the IQ is still really good in the real world, so lets not forget this as we compare to the larger sensor Sony cameras....
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