A6600 to A7C is it worth it?

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OP Pragmateek New Member • Posts: 21
Re: A6600 to A7C is it worth it?

Jostian wrote:

Tamron's 28 200 is very good optically, is weather sealed and gives you a 42 to 350mm range, and its very well priced, so you may miss a bit on the wide side. Sony's 24 to 105 (36 to 150 odd) is great but pricey and is weather sealed. in the E range Sony's 16 to 50 f2.8 is great but your range is limited but at least you have the wide angle and the f2.8 makes it great for low light, I used the Tamron 28 to 75mm F2.8 on my A6600 before I upgraded to the A9 and it was a great pairing, still using it on my A9. Its also weather sealed, is F2.8 and not that pricey.

Thanks for your feedback.

So if I go the A7C way the Tamron 28-200 is a no-brainer.

But indeed with A6600 42mm is too narrow for landscapes and buildings.
So maybe the Sony 18-135 would be a good fit (better sharpness and AF than the Sony 18-200 if I remember well), not sure if the Tamron 18-200 could be an alternative.

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