Best point-and-shoot camera for motorbike racing

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Re: Best point-and-shoot camera for motorbike racing

PhotoTeach2 wrote:

Labe wrote:

PhotoTeach2 wrote:

Mike200927 wrote:

This is mainly because of the price. I just want to use the camera once or twice a year. Maybe I can get a D7 for 100-200 euro's which is a fair price to me. Now I can buy this, newer Sony for 300. That's what makes me doubt.

I can't argue w/ getting a good/great deal on used, (especially if only for occasional use).

And both of the above cameras CAN work, (especially in experienced hands).

And due to their larger-sensor, I will also agree that they can potentially have better IQ, (in experienced hands).

And their OVF's can also have advantages for "moving" subjects.

But there are also advantages to MirrorLess (and bridge) cameras.

The Sony A68 uses an evf and has a fixed mirror (SLT)

True, but an earlier EVF and does not have all the latest features (like "zebras"). But the fixed mirror should have less shutter-lag and I was personally surprised it was not more popular when first introduced.

It was the 70/30 split leading to light loss and a little noisy high iso as a result plus the die hard resistance to Sony at the time . I used the smaller slt A37 with primes for a few years only switching when the nex series with evf came about .

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