I'm thinking of getting a good colour printer to do up to A3 size without costing a fortune of money and hassle in cartridges. The Epson eco-tank et-7750 looks good, but I'm struggling to find serious reviews. Does anyone own this printer? Could you share your pros and cons? Many thanks in advance
two months ago I started (!) to use the Sony SEL200600G with a Sony Alpha 6000 and optionally the 2x teleconverter SEL20TC for astrophotography.
For the bright objects of our solar system (Sun (with sun filter!), Moon, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn) a simple tripod and the Sony remote shutter release (alternatively time shutter release) is sufficient. Only the focusing is difficult due to the somewhat shaky construction.
For light fainter deep sky objects, stars, etc. I bought
Of course, shooting with legacy adapted lenses means aperture priority or manual. That's just par for the course when one shoots with Pentax cameras and lenses from as far back as sixty plus years. What these DA to NEX adapter (hopefully) allows me to do is to manually open and close the diaphragm on the current Pentax DA lenses without aperture rings. If the adapter I just purchased can do that without being to fiddly, I would be happy enough.