naththo: I do realised that some of raw edited images are too green from Adobe whereas JPG looks more neutral green. So it still same habit of Adobe Raw processing software adding too much green to image since years ago. Why can't this be eliminated at all? I compare to the JPG and the JPG looks much neutral colour to me and I like that way it should have been, its real Sony colour not the Adobe colour. Perhaps would be good to make your own DCP profile to make it as close as Sony, that would be nicer.
thanks for that explanation. very helpful
I don't think it's doom. He was pretty specific when discussing the shortcomings of A-mount lenses on E-mount cameras with adaptors. He said because they are aware of those shortcomings, they will still be developing A-mount cameras. Or did I mis-hear him?
Chris JC: I love everything I've read here except for one thing: without a headphone jack the camera is useless to me for video recording as we always need to mic a presenter or interviewee, therefore we absolutely must be able to monitor the quality of the incoming audio signal. It's a shame too as a certain warehouse box store has a great price on these now.
Costco has it in VA for 1200 or so with 2 lenses, bag and card.
Slightly updated from a submitted photo last week. First had no processing at all.
Some great pictures, I think. Interesting perspective and emotion.
At first I thought what a messed up shot this was...then I saw the ISO setting. yikes!