LET’S TALK: My Sony A9 Shooting Experience and why it is not just a sports camera!

LET’S TALK: My Sony A9 Shooting Experience and why it is not just a sports camera! (Video) Hey guys! Hope you all had a fantastic weekend! The Sony A9 fever is still in effect, though it has died down a bit from last week. Pre orders are now open at Amazon (HERE) or B&H Photo…

Thailand with M glass and the Sony A7rII By Guillaume Dutilh

Thailand with M glass and the Sony A7rII By Guillaume Dutilh Travel photography has always been a compromise between quality, bulk, weight and inconspicuousness. Being a minimalist at heart, putting together a travel friendly photo system that would deliver on all these points was a fun challenge to tackle. I used to shoot Nikon full-frame…

From Canon to Fuji to Sony. An A7RII User Review by Ben Jacobsen

From Canon to Fuji Sony. An A7RII User Review by Ben Jacobsen – See more: http://www.benjacobsenphoto.com/ and his flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/benjacobsen   The Sony switch… As most of you know I’m a long time canon shooter that made the mirrorless switch to fuji last year. The majority of my photography business is based around shooting architecture with a UWA…

USER REPORT: A7RII + Zeiss 35 1.4 Distagon FE: A weekend in Connecticut by Jesse Hsu

USER REPORT: A7RII + Zeiss 35 1.4 Distagon FE: A weekend in Connecticut by Jesse Hsu Hi Steve, After falling in love with the A7s and using it extensively for the past year, I was curious about the A7RII’s low-light capabilities as well as its stabilization to see if it was worth the purchase. ​ Borrowed…