Colby Brown Made The Switch

The world traveler switched to Sony’s a7 line of mirrorless cameras because they were so much smaller. He’s stayed with them because they are so much better.

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    I agree that it is a great sounding camera, but Sony does not have the accessories, such as GPS. This is 2015, after all, and there is no reason why there is either no internal GPS or a GPS that can be plugged in and record the data as the image is made. No one should have to sync up two sources, one image and the other GPS data, in post processing.

    I totally agree with everything you say. I have been using the Sony A7’s for two years now and I love that camera. My latest is the Sony A7 MKII with is everything I need. I use an adapter and Nikon Primes I bought in Japan in 1985 and they work great. When I was shooting film (Nikon F3HP) one would not waste shots. A scene would be enjoyed and framed in your mind before it was shot. Manual focusing caused you to take a moment and look in the viewfinder and enjoy the scene. So I totally agree with your philosophy.

    Made the same switch 12 months ago, and recently upped to the A7r Mii. There is no looking back. IQ is incredible, ease of use awesome, and it is so light weight. Using Zeiss ZF lenses as well as Sony and a Metabones adapter. Couldn’t be happier with the results!

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