armandino

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Joined on Nov 13, 2009

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  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    you are clearly a troll as you have not a single image in your portfolio showcasing stars, hardly night photos at all actually. How about you crawl back into your Nikon forum? I can understand...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @Kanano
    it is good to see that there is more awareness DSLR and Mirrorless fill different shoes at this time, there is no one being better than the other one yet, although Mirrorless will soon...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    Although far more polished than the A7RII, and likely the best camera on the market, still does not look polished (and rugged) like the D850 and the 5DIV, it clearly still has a few quirks. The...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    whatever you say dear Izeppelin

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @CCD FTW
    A D850 has about 150 AF points, a 5DIV has about 60, the A7RIII about 400. So if you get a subset of the 400 to about, 60 is doing about the same thing as the 5DIV on a smaller area.
    At...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @chshooter
    Actually, the A99II is a very appealing camera, I think the issue for most is that it belongs to a dying system and will not take E mount and does not adapt to Canon glass.

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    Affording it, have the A9 and the A7RIII in the same bag, weighting together the same of a single 1DX/D5 :-)

    PS: that is what my A7RIII will do as soon as it arrives, replacing my aging A7RII ;-)

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    If you use your 500L for far subjects the A7RII would work quire well with it. I used the A7RII with the 500L a lot for soccer or rugby very successfully. I can see the A7RIII being even better at...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @Noogy
    "A battery grip negates the size/weight advantage of Sony, since I don't use battery grips on my DSLRs"
    Sony with battery grip is the same weight of a DSLR without but actually more...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    I used my A9 under pretty severe rain with not form of protection in combination with the 70-200 GM and 100-400GM. No issues, in one case I had a bit of fogging in the eye piece.

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @CCD FTW
    you are subject tracking when you are in continuos focus, and if you have 425 AF points at your disposal the camera is switching around the active AF points even if you have a small are...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    I really hope that Sony does not get too popular, feel like being a bit in an elite when everyone is shooting Canikon. But it will change unfortunately

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    is stellar already :-)

  • @KristinnK
    the image you are showing cannot be compared to the one I shot because of not comparable methods and sky conditions. Clearly many of the stars showing there are far larger than one...

  • Guys, guys.... there are clearly ways around IBIS, I do not deny that, what the heck you can shoot film too if you like and reject digital and get awesome images. I am just saying that out of...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @Carey Rose
    I understand that the Nikon 3D tracking is impressive, however for critical shots sport photographers would not relay on it just because not the most reliable still, cannot risk a...

  • Commented on article Sony a7R Mark III review

    @WesPerry
    correct however when Kai tested it seemed to have considerably less than the A7RII. Far more acceptable for video

  • I am not astrophotographer, but I cannot complain about my shots of the stars with my A7RII
    https://www.flickr.com/gp/96121329@N04/47Tg4m
    I think the issue is overblown for people needed a "fairly...

  • @Yake
    your point is valid, but as I mentioned already above it highly depends on shooting styles. For instance for weddings and low light event photography which is for some photographers pretty...

  • @9VIII
    all these IS lenses must be failing too! Besides shutter mechanisms fail, they have even a rating and it is a well accepted fact.

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