a6000 faster than OMD E-M1, faster than most DSLR's (if not all). Good job SONY.

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nevercat
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Re: ok... then try using a mirrorless...
In reply to KelvinHammond, 10 months ago

KelvinHammond wrote:

for studio portraits. it sucks. There's no way around it either. The mirrorless system reacts just like a camcorder, which means the rear screen and evf are worthless in cave lighting. (torches, or modeling lights). What the mirror does, is let your eyes and brain see right through the glass, without electronics pre-interpreting that information. The only way they could fix it is with some sort of active rangefinder setup that had zoom or focal length auto-simulations.

Well I don't see what you mean here. I just tested with my Nex 5 (first generation Nex) and was able to manual focus on a subject by using the LCD the exposure time was 8 seconds by F4! How dark is it in your studio? When you are in manual mode then:  I think you should try to read the manual of the camera as there is an option to switch off the mode that try to show what you will see when you shoot at the given apperture/shutterrtime/ISO. When there is no such option you can open the flash and you will see the immage without problem...

By the way, the A6000 is not a real professional camera and it will miss more features you use in a studio...

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