Lack of focus bracketing in Sony is getting noticed..

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lattesweden
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Re: Lack of focus bracketing in Sony is getting noticed..

AlephNull wrote:

fferreres wrote:

I think the next threshold of performance will be footage for VR movies. Not sure what systems will be used, but there's not reason to not push the envelope and be immersed in holographic like interactive pictures.

The problem with photography is there's isn't any problem. Cameras from 10 years ago make amazing pictures, and lenses from 90-100 years ago, while slower, accomplish a very high level of image quality.

Of course those ten year old cameras don’t have eye AF, or all those other features that we cannot do without, so it is obvious that we must upgrade all the time.

Anyone else feeling GAS pains?

Olympus implemented Eye-AF in 2012. That was why I bought one, being a Panasonic m4/3 user at the time (my Panasonic G1 from 2008 only had Face-Detect).

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/Anders
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Mirrorless, mirrorless on the wall, say which is the best camera of them all?
When I put my camera in Manual mode, why don't I get any instructions?
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