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LizInTheSun

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  1. Not sure if it will upload in full resolution. Also, this graininess seems to be a problem at any ISO. I know my settings werent optimal for what I was doing. I was trying different things and zooming in on the preview - all grainy.
  2. So I just got the camera Friday via ebay for a great price (used 2700 shutter count according to a program I downloaded online - owner said about 3000) with a Kit 16-50 lens and a kit 55-210. I figured this would be good enough lenses for me to learn on before I figure out what lenses I want to add to my arsenal. I played around with both lenses using the 16-50 to take pictures of my dog and today I used the 55-210 to take pictures at a mountain bike race. I was able to export the pictures of my dogs in Lightroom (shot in RAW) and they seemed very grainy. Today I shot in (RAW and JPEG) and shot in manual with continuous auto focus. The pictures are still coming out grainy. Did I buy a dud of a camera/lenses or is it me/my settings? Im attaching a photo I took today. I sent it from the camera to my cellphone. Shot at 1/4000 F5.6 ISO 16000 Tips would be appreciated as im just now getting familiar with Sony's menus. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  3. Sorry if this question has been asked before... I recent sold my canon rebel dslr so I can invest in a mirrorless camera. I have in the past been more of an enthusiast when it comes to photography (travel, vacations, etc) but I hope to become more educated in photography and make it more of a hobby. I think a full frame camera would more camera than I need. Ive been looking at the Sony a6000 and a6300. Ive done some research and it seems there are only minor upgrades in the a6300. Would it be worth buying the cheaper a6000 and investing in more expensive lenses or an a6300 and taking longer to buy or buying less expensive lenses? There is a big price difference in the a6000 and the a6300. Also, is the "weather" sealing worth it for humid environments? I live in the south. Thanks. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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