By MakeevUsed cameras:
- Sony A6300
- Sony A7s
- Sony E 18-105mm f/4 G OSS PZ
- Sony E 50mm f/1.8 OSS
- Sony E 35mm f/1.8 OSS
- Sony DT 85mm f/1.8
- Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II
- Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM
By yt1300I have an a6000 and am considering upgrading to the a6500, but I'm curious about the stabilization. I know it is in-body, but is it in anyway dependent on the lens being used? Specifically, will it work with third-party lenses? I do a lot of shooting with Tamron's 150-600mm lens (with Sony's LA-EA2 adapter).
By KoraGood morning,
I've recently got the "Sony a7 III" camera body as a present. I'm a little bit lost when it comes to lenses and I would really appreciate some advice on which lens to get based on my needs (if possible).
I'm a painter, and once I finish my paintings I take photos of them, whether if it's for posting on art websites to sell them, social media to promote them, etc.
I also want to make art prints out of the photos I take of them.
I've recently started filming videos while I paint to show the process and teach other people painting techniques.
So, to sum it up, I'm looking for quite a versatile lens:
- Take photos of paintings once they're finished (to post on art websites to sell).
- Take photos of paintings once they're finished (to make prints out of them. I paint large scale and small scale paintings).
- To film videos of the painting process.
I've read that for taking photos of paintings it's better to get a macro lens, but I don't know how that'd work when I need to film videos.
I also heard a prime lens could be a good option.
Thank you very much for your time
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