http://a700.ic.cz/

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AlphaAlex Contributing Member • Posts: 704
http://a700.ic.cz/

Almost everything you want to know about A700

OP AlphaAlex Contributing Member • Posts: 704
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What can a hybrid LCD mean? i wonder.

dkloi Senior Member • Posts: 1,955
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What can a hybrid LCD mean? i wonder.

Possibly indoor/outdoor screen?

Cheers,
Daniel.

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krogaw New Member • Posts: 9
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The display works transmissive and reflective. It means, it will even work quite good in bright sunlight. They use this in their camcorders too.

kelstertx Veteran Member • Posts: 5,247
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Huh uh, that's not how it's manufactured... there's no way the lens is put on before the bezel around the rear LCD! LOL.

Actually, that flash animation was cool, and gives us a glimpse of the viewfinder image, location of focus points, etc.

Thanks for posting.
-Kelly

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mark victor Contributing Member • Posts: 983
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Good show there...Thanks for the post. But What "like no other" they are talking about??? A lot like other so far...especially the Nikon...

kelstertx wrote:

Huh uh, that's not how it's manufactured... there's no way the lens
is put on before the bezel around the rear LCD! LOL.

Actually, that flash animation was cool, and gives us a glimpse of
the viewfinder image, location of focus points, etc.

Thanks for posting.
-Kelly

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Tim Q Contributing Member • Posts: 501
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Not really.

The thing that will separates this camera and the ones to follow is the quality of the Zeiss lenses.

Believe me..they will be expensive, but they will elevate this camera to the top.

I shot with Contax 35mm early in my career and they were always better than my Canon and Nikon buddies..noticably.

Then when I used Hassy for awhile..same thing..my 6x6 was better than most LF.

It's going to be missed out on by many of the Sony users because the Zeiss lenses are going to be out of the financial reach of many users. That goes with the camera concept that Sony is using.

For those that can't afford the top of the line Zeiss..there is still plenty of quality Minolta glass around that is more or less affordable.

But the CZ glass is the key compnent here.

Too may people get caught up in the bling of the technology, but it's all about the glass, boss.

The glass.

Hahha..

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chrisg_75 Regular Member • Posts: 412
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Can anyone get past the BIONZ at the pack of the sensor portion of the show ?? mine keeps stalling there and wont go any further ?

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Rich Lanthier Veteran Member • Posts: 3,820
I got it all...

A few pauses for buffer problems (not sure where that happened), but I made it all the way through. Pretty darn cool! Kinda makes me think about my decision to leave... Oh my!
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b shaw Contributing Member • Posts: 673
Increase your flash buffer.

That is, right mouse click the swf image, select "settings" in the dialog box, select the tab for the buffer (looks like a folder), then increase the amount of memory you reserve for the swf movie.

I max it out. But if you don't have enough RAM, that could be an issue.

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