Site updates slow this week, next week new reviews!

Site updates slow this week, next week new reviews!

Just a note! This week I have been UBER busy with everything LIFE related (all in a good way) and due to being busy 17 hours out of each day I have not been able to post a couple of new reviews I have been working on, but will so so NEXT week.

1. Next week look out for my full Sony 16-35 F/4 FE Lens Review! As shot on the Sony A7s and A7II. This lens is a beauty. Large but if you love wide-angle, this is THE ONE to get for you A7 series camera. It’s got that true Zeiss quality.

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2. Also look out for the new Wotancraft RAVEN bag which is absolutely INCREDIBLE yet again! This one is meant for a smaller mirrorless system consisting of a camera and 1-2 lenses but has the build, quality and gorgeous beauty of the Ryker. You can see it HERE. My video review compared to the Ryker will be up MONDAY!

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I will also be showing a very 1st look at the Sony 70-200 f/4 FE lens as it has JUST ARRIVED for my review! 

So for the rest of this week there will be guest posts and daily inspirations as always but next week I will be back with these new reviews so stay tuned!

Steve

11 Comments

  1. I’m looking forward to hearing what Steve has to say about this bag compared to his Ryker before I make a purchase.

  2. My dream bag (it is slim and sleek) – the Wotancraft RAVEN arrived today. I have it configured in 3 sections. An A7ii with 24-70 mounted lens down in the center. On the left a flash (or lens). On the right batteries etc. I like it even more than the Ryker. The strap needs to be longer for tall people.

  3. Hi Steve, Just wondered if you have posted the Wotancraft Raven video yet? I had a quick look but couldn’t see it anywhere.

    Thanks,

    • I did not like it, so no review from me. Had major flare issues, soft mushy details when shooting a landscape at infinity and also a few focus issues. Just was not something I would recommend at that price.

  4. I’m looking forward to the lens review. The obvious question: How does it compare to the Sonnar 35mm f/2,8?

  5. Steve, how about the 24-70 F4 FE. Any experience with that. If I went with the a7m2, this would be my primary f/l of choice

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