Sony Alpha 7S
Announced Apr 6, 2014 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Should the menu option for Steady Shot be grayed out and say "incompatible with this lens" (forget exact wording) when an OSS lens is attached? Is that menu item only for IBIS (which the A7s doesn't have) and doesn't control the OSS of the lens? I'm using the 55-210mm on an A7s, if it matters. That's my only OSS lens. It's my only native e-mount, for that matter. All my other lenses are adapted MF film lenses. The reason I ask is there's no indication on the screen about the OSS and the...
Hi guys, I was wondering, If I never print any of my images and only ever post them online, will there be a significant difference between the image quality of the A7r and A7s? I realize the megapixel difference and it's limitations with cropping, but if I took two images at the same settings of the same subject, would the difference be obvious?
I just got an A7s, and I know the benefits of shooting video in S-Log2 (PP7) to capture as much dynamic range as possible, but are there any benefits to using PP7 or any other picture profile for shooting photos? I quite like the look of ungraded S-Log2 to begin with, but I am wondering if it's actually hurting my RAW files by preventing less dynamic range to being capture, introducing more noise, or any other issues. Should I just shoot with picture profiles off when shooting photos? What...
Agh! Going crazy. I sold all my Nikon gear (D600, 24-70 f2.8, 50 f1.4) because I want to move into the Sony world. I've probably read and watched everything on the internet related to the A7s and A7II, and just don't know which one to get. I really enjoy taking natural light shots, whether that's on a hike in the woods, or during dusk. I love landscape, astrophotography, and just general street photography. What attracts me about the A7s: Excellent low light.Excellent video.120p...
So the idea of a compact camera will a full-frame sensor, such as the A7, sounds great, but what is the point if none of the lenses are compact. I am looking for a lens that is close to normal focal length, and when used with an adapter to fit the Sony A7 is actually compact, so at least as physically short as the FE 35mm (according to DPreview 37mm or 1.46") , preferrably shorter. Is such a thing possible without vignetting or some other unforseen issue? I am not particularly concerned about...