Sony Alpha 7

Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | Full frame sensor
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I'm planning on buying the A7 along with the 35mm F2.8 lens.  I currently have the Tamron 18-200 lens and will be using it until I can afford the 24-70mm.  What should I expect from this lens on the A7, I know it will be in crop mode but will I still see a quality image or is it just a waste of time to use the lens?     --dhemi58
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Hello! I am considering A7 as a replacement for my NEX6. I am going to use it mostly for travel. I want to upgrade to A7 because of the body design, the additional control dials and, of course, the full frame sensor. I am not that much into shallow DOF and bokeh, but I am looking after low noise at high ISO. I always take a lot of pictures indoors and in low light conditions, like at museums etc., and I am not satisfied with the performance of my NEX6 combined with SEL2470Z lens. I know it's...
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Hello I have a Nikon D7100 right now with a couple of cheap lenses, a 35mm f1.8 and the Nikon 18-105 from a kit. I wanted to buy one good lens and have been looking at Tamron 24-70 f2.8 But then I thought, if I sold the rest of my Nikon stuff plus the price of the new lens, I would be able to buy the Sony A7 kit with 28-70mm instead. I'm not a pro and just like to take pictures for fun, but I still want them to look good and sharp. I mostly take landscape, buildings and "thing" outside and...
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Hi all !I currently have a Nex-6 with the SEL16-50PZ, the SEL20f2.8, the SEL35f1.8 and the SEL50f1.8.Recently, I've found out that I take most of my pics with the SEL50f1.8 (I love how sharp it is) and the SEL20f2.8 (Ok lens for landscapes, but a bit unsharp on the edges).My goal to improve my skills is to go with only one lens for the whole year to come, but I can't decide which one to take. I definitely love the SEL50f1.8, but it's too narrow to be versatile. The SEL35f1.8 is a bit odd: too...
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Hi guys, so I've been shooting with the Sony A7 + Kit lens for three days now and am very VERY happy with it. I've moved on from my Nikon D90. The Sony A7 Kit lens is sharp, across the frame, I'm astounded, must be a good sample. However, my cat was modeling for me in the backyard today (just kidding, just wanted to shoot a few RAW images to see how it comes out) and noticed that most things look good and sharp, but for example in his white whiskers, it's quite clear that the edge is...
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I have a SONY A7.. full frame  mirrorless  camera.. love the small size .. I would love to see Nikon come up with one with 4k video and peaking with less usage of going into the LCD to set settings  HAS any heard if Nikon designing a full frame mirrorless camera to cut back size and weight??
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Does Samyang/Rokinon make a 12 or 10 mm in sony E mount that will give full coverage on an A7 ? Same question goes for Nikon  F mounts. Thanks
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I'm trying to confirm which of these now Sigma Super Zooms comes in A Mount. I have found conflicting info on the web, and it is not even clear on Sigma's own site. I want to know if I can use this combo? Either the "C" lens or the "S-Sport" version in Sony Alpha A-Mount With Autofocus and Optical Stabilization, mounted to an EL-EA4 adapter on an E-Mount body such as the A6000 or A7 Series cameras. I have found one report online where someone said they got this to work with the Sigma...
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I currently own a Canon SL1 Aps-c camera and am wanting to upgrade to a full frame for better low light capabilities. I mainly shoot landscape and portraits. Here are the features I want: Great low light WiFi Tilting Touch LCD screen Phase Detection Auto Focusing with at least 10 cross type  Weather Sealed Under $2000 I would prefer to stick with Canon but after doing research Canon doesn't have a full frame dslr with all of these features. Basically what I want is a Canon 70D with a full...
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Hello everybody! Recently my family got bigger and I have a two month baby girl. As some of you know, this period is unique to the baby`s life and the moments you can capture are the best you can ever get... if you have what to take them with. :) I`ve been a photo enthusiast for quiet some time now, but just recently got a full time job (just finished college, so don`t judge me :D. And YES, I got married before finishing college :P ) which can allow me to actually get an ILS. I`ve been...
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