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  1. This may be a wider lens than you're looking for, but I really love my Sigma 16mm f/1.4. You might check it out.
  2. I am eager to see your a6400 pics! I have an a6500 and love it, but am intrigued by the 18-135 lens. I already own the 18-105 f4, which has been my workhorse, but I might consider selling it to buy the 18-135 if its images are as good or better. Does the a6400 have in-body stabilization?
  3. It could be a bump or a tiny hitch in the tripod's head, but the "jello effect," which your example seems to mimic, is also a possibility: https://youtu.be/GdjP3aumV1E Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  4. Ways to avoid rolling shutter - main one is don't pan: https://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/3-tips-for-dealing-with-rolling-shutter/
  5. Rolling shutter: https://petapixel.com/2017/06/30/rolling-shutter-effect-works/
  6. Hi All, I'm curious about your opinion of the a6000. I currently have the basic a5000 and, honestly, have been impressed with its performance using a 55-210mm lens. I can get gorgeous images with terrific bokeh, I like the size, and I'm not bothered by some grain. I currently have the 16-50mm and 55-210mm lenses, which have served my photo avocation needs just fine, and would like to continue using them with a better camera. I've been looking at the A7, A7ii, a6500 and a6000. I'm not crazy about the idea of having to start buying full-frame lenses for the A7 and A7ii, although I understand both will accommodate my current e-mount lenses. So right now, interestingly, I am leaning toward the economical a6000, mainly because it has an optical viewfinder, fast 11 fps continuous shooting, hybrid AF, and the 24 MP sensor. I tend to shoot a lot of close-ups and portrait shots, not usually in low light. Do you think I need the full frame sensor to "take my images to the next level?" And do I need the internal 5-axis in-body image stabilization in the a6500? My impression is that the Optical Steady Shot stabilization in my lenses is good enough. Would they be notably better with in-camera stabilization too? Thank you!! Here's are a couple of pictures I shot yesterday: butterfly cemetery sunset
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