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Hi Sony fans

 

It is with great pleasure I can announce my Youtube channel Alpha Lens is on air. On the channel you can see various Sony Alpha cameras with different lenses. If you are looking for a new lens and would like to know how it looks on you camera then visit my new channel. The channel already has over 25 different videos, primarily Zeiss and G-lenses. The site will regularly be updated with more videos so you can benefit from subscribing to the channel or like the facebook page.

 

Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm6_sVaIfmj8WLClNE01P8g

 

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/alphalens

 

If you have any feedback please let me know.

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Hi Sony fans

 

It is with great pleasure I can announce my Youtube channel

Alpha Lens is on air. On the channel you can see various Sony

Alpha cameras with different lenses. If you are looking for a

new lens and would like to know how it looks on you camera

then visit my new channel. ....... 

    

OK. I reeeeaaly don't get it ?  

 

Anyone who cannot, without aid of a video, visualize how

any given lens will look on any given camera, is a person

so lacking in visualization ability that they should not be

putting any lenses on any cameras in the first place :-\ 

   

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Hello Golem

 
I think if you see the lenses in the real world that it is easy enough to visualize. But many are looking at the lenses on the web and that is to give them the opportunity to see how it looks together. Thanks for your feedback.

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