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LouieN

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  1. I didn't get it with the lens kit but I imagine you can get one pretty cheap. Perhaps the 16-50mm will be handy to have anyway and if the photos end up not to my liking I can always upgrade. I appreciate the help.
  2. That's a good idea. I appreciate the help.
  3. Ahh now it makes sense. Thanks for the information. Should I be worried about distortion with the wide angle lens? I'd like to accurately represent the products I'm selling. I see Sony sells a F/2.8 lens in both 16mm and 20mm. I don't mind positioning the camera a bit higher if it means better photos it just has to be reasonable. The 20mm is also $100 more. Any advice or recommendations? In regards to F Stop - I have a decent lighting setup but nothing super fancy. Should F/2.8 be sufficient? Excuse my ignorance, this is all very new to me.
  4. Hello, I just purchased a Sony A6000 for photographing clothes that I sell. I was originally using an iphone to shoot the clothes laying flat on the ground and only had to position the camera 3-4 feet above the clothes to capture the image. I purchased a F1.8/50mm lens and have found that I need to be really far away from the clothes to get them in frame. I looking to find the right fixed lens size that will fully capture a jacket laying flat on the floor while having the camera positioned relatively close (4-6 feet above) without too much distortion. Thanks for the help.
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