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  1. havn't done that, but there should definitely be less vignetting if any, sharper corners too?since many lenses get softer towards the edges, in this case you are not using those edges
  2. wow interesting, have you tried 100-3200 ISO? aperture on auto? try 1080p see if same happens?
  3. moto shot is amazing,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, what happened to the mountain edges in the Acura shot?
  4. was your shutter speed slower in normal mode? is IBIS on?
  5. you can also try getting further away to increase distance, this will increase area in focus, then just crop a bit in post if needed
  6. Now you are making me think, maybe will take the 24mm 1.4gm with a7iii & try some astro, raw files are superb from this camera but never tried photographing night sky.
  7. I agree with the Sigma 30/16mm 1.4 lenses & the stabilization topic, am still making videos with 16mm 1.4 Sigma, its perfect match for a6000 as it's aps-c sensor struggles badly in low light. I used 16mm 1.4 Sigma with a6300 for a while, the picture is great but absence of stabilization was always an issue.
  8. Hi, yeah that AF can have quiet an effect, im having 1 of those "effect" moments with a6600 & it's sticky eye AF in video. But canon made some good mirrorless models lately, what do you think of them?
  9. 40 years wow, did you keep some canon glass? I often see photographers at venues with Sony bodies paired with Canon glass because they switched, what benefits are you finding with Sony's? Canon been releasing some good mirrorless cameras lately, what do you think of them?
  10. Hi, enjoy the camera, full frame is full frame
  11. wow cool, is there a crop in this mode? do you think 200mm focal length is enough for this sport?
  12. do some research on the new Sony 35mm 1.8,,, good range for indoor, 1.8 bokeh & native AF privileges
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