Yes, the poster hit it.
Ergonomics are better, but an firmware update in menu organizing would be welcome. Especially the back button AF is a pleasure.
You need an superfast Calls II card, mine V60 struggled with video in 4k, so an "V90" is needed IMO.
You enhance image quality by using "the best" lenses you can get. Not always GM lenses are needed. I´ve tried some lenses from different manufactuerer, i leaned from Sonyfriendboys in the last few weeks. My personal findigs in pr
One more thing. The increased bit depth is very helpful when you are trying to pull out shadow detail or preserve highlight detail in a very contrasty scene. So if you have a fast enough computer and enough drive space, shoot big and you can always crop and downsample later. Upsampling or interpolation is not satisfactory.
Hi everyone -
I am new to the photography and videography world. I will keep this short and sweet and then clarify any questions. I ordered an A7iii from a proper eBay store, open box. When shooting things in my house I noticed 'hot pixels' in the blacks - I chocked it up to low light issues since I read somewhere that this happens when shooting night skies. I know I couldn't have had my ISO set any higher than a 600 though. I thought it was normal to have a few dozen or 50 colorful pixels
The a6100 has a metal/plastic body without weather sealing, unlike the 6300 and up which have a magnesium body and (some degree of) weather sealing. At least the a6100 has metal mount flanges to tightly hold the lens instead of the flimsy plastic flanges on the a6000...
@ Chrissie - You are right in a continuous tone gradient is where you will really see the lack of bit depth. We used to see this as banding in the early days of digital images (8 bit 256 colors) . There just wasn't enough colors to accurately provide a smooth color transition as seen in a clear blue sky.
Yes, each pixel has the ability to carry 16bits of color/density information. It is not allocated to a specific color. Splitting hairs though, remember the sensor has dedicated pixe