Best "2 Lens" travel setup for Sony A7C

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somersetlad Regular Member • Posts: 269
Re: Best "2 Lens" travel setup for Sony A7C
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I do wonder if the 28 - 60 suffers a little from the 'kit lens' name - OK its not a Zeiss or a GM - but I find it not too shabby at all. I got the A7C 4 weeks ago now with the 28-60 (feels like it hasnt stopped raining since) - and very glad I did - it is just so easy to pick up this camera with that lens on. I keep meaning to try the 28-60 on my A7RIII - but pick up the A7C ! OK its is slow, its not a bokeh lens - but otherwise I dont worry about pushing the ISO a bit with this sensor.

I havent got really sorted myself yet but am thinking a lot about revising my lenses now with the addition of the A7C, I have picked up the Tam 17-28 and it goes out with the 28-60 - but I tend to use wide more than long in what I do. If I want faster I can chuck in the Samyang 45 1.8 - it weighs next to nothing.

There are some great ideas here on this thread.

These are only test shots in mostly crappy weather but unless title or exif says otherwise (Contax or Summicron) they are with the 28-60. There are more on the 'Devon' gallery - the last 6 I think.

Good luck and have fun.

https://bekynton.smugmug.com/A7C-test-shots/

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John

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