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Hi there guys, I set up a shoot with a skateboarder here in cape town to see how well the A7 can handle fast paste shoots. Since this is the topic most people complain about with mirrorless cameras it handled surprisingly well. Head over to my blog to read it all and see the pictures: http://passportsandlenses.com/about-skateboards-comfort-zones-and-af-systems/ Let me know what you think and how you think the sony's can hold their owns against DSLRs. Best, Alex
Hi there guys, I did this little video from the latest shoot my girlfriend shot in cape town: http://passportsandlenses.com/cape-town-a-fashion-shoot-with-the-olympus-omd-em-1/ I used my a6000 + 24-70/4 with a phottix variable ND-filter. Grading with DaVinci really gave me the creeps, but well you got to start somewhere. Let me know how you like it. I must say i really like the video-quality this small, nifty little thing delivers! Cheers, Alex
Hi Guys, my girlfriend just wrote this little review, hands-on for the zeiss touit lenses she was using in asia on her a6000 on our blog. http://passportsandlenses.com/zeiss-touit-lenses-on-the-sony-a6000-a-review/ Since i saw a lot of people asking if they are worth their high price tag i hope it is alright if i share so you guys can have a look. It is a little non-tech since she's not as interested in fancy gear as we guys are! Have fun and let me know if you like it! Alex
Hey Folks, i'm pretty new to this forum so i thought i'll just share two stories how i experienced travelling with the a6000 through thailand and cambodia. I bought mine exactly for this trip since i didnt want to carry around my D600. Let me know if you got questions or got anything to add: http://passportsandlenses.com/hello-bangkok/ http://passportsandlenses.com/walking-with-tourists-in-cambodia/ All the best, Alex