steveworks

Joined on Dec 4, 2015

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On article Sony a6000 Review (909 comments in total)

I always read reviews before making a decision but sometimes, advice is needed. I am not a pro photographer (maybe semi-pro one day), but I demand high image quality. If it's not clear and sharp, no one will ever see it but me. I love Zeiss lenses. So, I am been a p&s man who just shot a wedding with the groom's EOS 10D. Don't laugh but my current cameras are Sony's DSC WX80(Zeiss lens) and WX350(Sony lens) It's time to move forward. My question is : EOS 70D or A6000? Manual Settings, I am slowly learning. I do mostly parties/events including live music in dimly lit environments. but, I take a picture or video of everything I can (I like pictures) Any advice will be appreciated and helpful. Thank you for your time.

Link | Posted on Dec 4, 2015 at 15:35 UTC as 39th comment | 1 reply
On article Sony a6000 Review (909 comments in total)
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Rspivack: Just bought the A6000 and want to try shooting some video in addition to stills.

I have never shot video before on a real camera (only camera phones), so I 'm wondering which video mode is the "best"?

For maximum quality, is there any reason not to simply choose the 60p "highest quality" mode?

Why would one choose a 24p mode? I read somewhere that 24p is the same as traditional film frame rates, but does that matter?

If you like to capture still shots from video, maybe lower frame rate is better. I have bad luck trying to capture stills from 60p video. Also, consider editing. Do you have software that edits 60 frames per second?

Link | Posted on Dec 4, 2015 at 14:53 UTC
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