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  1. Hi All! My name is Josh and I'm a previous Canon owner. I used Canon cameras quite a bit (Canon T2i, 5D Mark II, 6D, 80D, 6D II, 5D Mark IV, and EOS R). I'm a hybrid shooter and I thought the camera to rule them all would have been the EOS R5, so I preordered. I read reviews, I watched test videos, I even watched Peter McKinnon to convince myself that this was it. This was the answer to all of my camerawomen woes (mainly 4:2:2 10 Bit and 4K 120p). Then I thought about it, and thought about it, watched some more Peter McKinnon and thought about it. I came to the conclusion that overheating, recording limits, and overall Canon's response to what people were asking was enough for me to leave. I decided to switch to Sony. But not just any Sony, I decided to preorder THE A7s III. I sold old, outdated, new but never used gear on Craigslist. Not to mention all of my beautiful glass. Now I'm here... Waiting... By the door. Is it September 24th yet?
  2. I am getting tired when I think about my camera if it gets stollen. I wish if sony now start to think about securing our expensive cameras by adding builtin gps tracker in new cameras or battery grips for the late cameras.
  3. Sony SLT-A77V + Sigma Art 24-105mm f/4 Monument to the Conquerors of Space. Second highest among the monuments of the USSR/Russia. A 107-meter obelisk in the form of a rocket plume, with the supply of designer Sergei Korolev, lined with polished titanium plates. As well as many things made in the USSR, this rocket takes off high is a unique engineering design. Its authors are sculptor Andrey Faydysh-Krandievsky, architects Mikhail Barshch and Alexander Kolchin, as well as engineer Lev Shchipakin. On April 12, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin becomes the first human being to travel into space. This spacecraft name Vostok 1. Chief engineer Sergei Pavlovich Korolev.
  4. Boa noite, você pode usar o Sony Alpha a3000 já há 5 anos. De uns 2 anos para que aconteceu uma coisa estranha com ela. Ela muda os menus como se você girasse ou disque, mas nem isso ocorre durante uma foto ou filmagem, parando uma gravação. Seria algum defeito no dial ou algum outro erro? Alguém já teve este problema?
  5. This is a Sony A6300 with Sigma AF 24-105mm f/4 DG HSM Art Minolta A with Sony LA-EA3 A-Mount Adapter. As well as Blackmagic Production Camera 4K EF with Sigma AF 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art Canon EF-S and Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM. The result is 10 minutes of peace and clouds. Except for the opening plan in the timelapse, everything else was in real time. After the post-production, it was accelerated.
  6. 38 minutes of stormy sunrise with nature sounds. Shot on Shot on Sony A6300 in Gamma Cine2 (ISO 400). Lens Sigma AF 24-105mm f/4 DG HSM Art Minolta A with Sony LA-EA3 A-Mount Adapter. Only part of longest shooting and A6300 no overheat!
  7. From the album: Landscape

    View Baloiya Beach from the Hill

    © Murah Kurniadi

  8. Giacomo

    twilight

    From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  9. Giacomo

    soft sunset

    From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  10. From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  11. From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  12. From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  13. From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  14. From the album: Liguria

    © Giacomo Faccio

  15. From the album: Sparkie

    Sony A7RII, Canon 85 1.2II L Lens, Metabones adapter, Phottix Indra 360, Phottix OdinII TTl MIS for Sony.

    © Copyright 2016 William Sparkes

  16. From the album: StreetArt

    © Adrian Neukirchner

  17. From the album: Untitled Album

    my second image doing night shots with a mirrorless. The feature i found to be really nice with these i think the a6300 has this feature also is to set a custom button to (bright monitoring) and when you are under the night sky and in manual mode and hit the custom button you can basically see in the dark which is fantastic for obtaining focus.

    © all rights reserved

  18. From the album: a6000

    Thanks for having a look. Just another shot with the a6000 and little 16-50mm kit lens

    © All Rights Reserves

  19. alandini

    trees4

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  20. alandini

    trees3

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  21. alandini

    trees2

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  22. alandini

    trees1

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  23. From the album: Coral Cove Park Jupiter Florida

    Florida Sunrise I took a early morning off while in Jupiter, Florida and headed over to Coral Cove Park. This was my first time there and only had a hour, great location. 30 Second exposure with the Sony A7RII, 24mm Ziess lens on the very compact Vanguard Veo tripod, processed in Capture One.

    © ©Floyd Dean 2016

  24. From the album: Landscapes

    Lugano under sunset from Cross Peak on Caval Dossa area. Down left the cross, you can see the piramid of Monviso, a peak 280km far from where we were! I worked with a graduated ND filter to get a darker sky, then I left the colour as much as were in reality, working on contrasts to have the best effect on the ray coming behind the mountain. Last aspect I worked to are the blacks, that I made darked and deeper.

    © Luca Fontana

  25. From the album: Landscapes

    Just before the night. Pictore took on Caval Dossa peak (1600m) just above Lugano, waiting snow that this year is coming late. I worked hard to give the idea of the true colour there were in front of us, with the night coming in the valley and the last sun of the day lighting the yellow grass of autumn.

    © Luca Fontana

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