Will the image quality of the A65 considerably improve...

Started Oct 12, 2013 | Questions thread
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In reply to bobbidog, Oct 12, 2013

There are many factors that determine how sharp a photo is. The lens is only one small component of those factors. Shutter speed, image stabilization, how well you can hold the camera, your post processing skills are some of the major factors. If you want sharper photos start shooting at 1/1000th of a second or faster. Lenses were tack sharp back in the 30s when Ansel Adams was in his prime. Lenses have not improved much at all since then.

I see people wasting their time doing unscientific tests comparing one lens to another and it is all hogwash. How about looking at a photo and try and tell me how expensive the lens that took the photo is? You won't be able to do it.

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