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#1 shred444



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Posted 23 December 2016 - 08:53 PM

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I jumped ship and went from a canon SLR to mirrorless land.  It snowed today, so I figured I'd test out the new camera with the new snow blower.




Slow motion is killer.

Small and light weight. Easy to carry

Autofocus (my previous 7D didn't have autofocus)



Are they joking with the size of that record button?  Ridiculous.

Disk space.  Better order some more externals.


Sony a6500

35mm f1.8

18-105 f4.0



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#2 Zé De Boni

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Posted 24 December 2016 - 07:59 PM

A nice proof that you can do a lot with a simple straight forward equipament. I am tired of people complaining about limitations, moreover now that we have cheap and powerful tools to choose.

You just killed it... silently.

Great lens choice. You can do a lot with just those two glasses, specially in video. I wish you can gather some more lenses to expand your possibilities.

And yes, I understand that you might be wearing thick gloves in that weather, hence the hard time with the small video button. But I would not like it bigger. There are many nice options of remote control for this camera that can make your work easier (I own 4 types, 2 pieces of each!).

Wish you a great time with your small jewel.

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 08:37 AM

I was going to ask what on earth a snow blower was. Thought it was something to do with the camera but I guess its that red thingy in the video.

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