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Hi all,My last job took me all over the hemisphere, and I think I would put the Sony A7 system really high on the list of all available systems (waiting on the lenses to come on line). As always, my very best to all,Mike
Don't compare the price of the D1 to the Dxxxx series. Compare it to the price of the D4. Why? Same build quality, and equivalent feature set. Sure DX vs FX sensor, but back then DX was big.
.......I, don't trust reviews anymore.........
Celebrated travel photographer David duChemin, who notably switched from Canon to Nikon a few years go, ditches all of his SLR gear for his upcoming 6-week Africa adventure..
Nice article, thanks for the link, he writes:Sony seems to have made: it already has at least two excellent lenses, maybe more.Sony said the same when they announced the NEX-7, even with a timeframe in 2012 but changed that to, nothing in 2012 and nothing in 2013 for the NEX-7, so first see then believe.
My Olympus E-P1 is good for a lot of things but it is not a match for even a D90. The sensor is good but the rest is lacking in performance. A camera must not get in the way when you want to take a picture. I don't want a small and light camera with a lot of menu diving. I want a camera with a lot of buttons so I can change settings fast. I want lenses. I want a full system.
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