Thanks Chris. I definitely have no qualms about the output.
The camera itself on the other hand was like an exact 50/50 mix of stuff I really liked, and stuff I wasn't as crazy about. If possible I think I'm actually more confused after renting and using it for a couple days, lol.
The Voigtlander 35mm 1.2 II is turning out to be a favourite for me..... here's one with the 55 1.8 though, trying it out after the latest A7R firmware update.
I'm with you. The ergonomics of the camera are out of whack with my hand. I hate the "feel" of the shutter button. The shutter button also doesn't fall naturally under my index finger. A couple of the FN buttons also require finger yoga for me to be able to reach them.
Yep, that's it in a nutshell! It's just not a comfortable camera for me, reminds me of my experience with the OM-D EM-5... fits like someone else's glove
I still enjoyed shooting with it, just not ergonomically.
38:00 min Mark confirms Sony will launch very fast FE lenses.
39:40 min Mark confirms we won’t have long to wait to see the new lenses! And he said the people who makes Sony suggestions about lenses will be very happy
47:30 min Mark answers about the light leak issue
54:50 min Mark says Sony wants to make cameras that have been never made before. And you will see more of that shortly!
1:14:00 min Mark says they will be releasing more “Servo-based” zoom lenses.
i regretted selling my voigt 35 f1,4, but there's a f1,2?! i've definitely got to check that out. do you have any shots with it on an apsc?First one is the Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 II, the other three are all the 55mm FE lens.
haha.. i like that description - finger yoga.A couple of the FN buttons also require finger yoga for me to be able to reach them.
i regretted selling my voigt 35 f1,4, but there's a f1,2?! i've definitely got to check that out. do you have any shots with it on an apsc?