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Wembley Park Station A7RIV

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A7R4 and 24 - 70 GM

accidentally left it on ISO 800....DR is good...The camera is comfortable to hold, and the buttons are lovely to press.  I like the button to lock the Exposure compensation.  The cameras feels much better put together, all the doors are more secure and solid...

Wembley Park BW by singingsnapper, on Flickr

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