Bob Andersson wrote:.
But will Leica owners find enough of merit in the A7 or A7r to tempt them away from their M bodies?
Possibly not, but for Canon/Nikon owners compatibility, via a suitably intelligent lens adaptor, with their existing full-frame lens collection may work in Sony's favour. Are you tempted?
Bob Andersson wrote:there is an option, I believe, to use Canon glass without loss of functionality via a Metabones adaptor.
Possibly not, but for Canon/Nikon owners compatibility, via a suitably intelligent lens adaptor, with their existing full-frame lens collection may work in Sony's favour.
Here Frank Doorhof wrote:Now before we go any further I have to make something 100% crystal clear. Iâ€™m NOT paid by Sony, Iâ€™m NO Sony fanboy. However over the last year Iâ€™ve sold my Canon 5DMKIII for the Sony A99 and I recently switched away from my MacBook Pro to a Sony DUO 13, which I paid 100% out of my own pocket by the way. Sony did lend me a camera for this review and 2 lenses, but the review you will read today (and the coming days) are 100% my honest opinion.
Now why this disclaimerâ€¦â€¦
Well very simple because this camera is awesome and I wanted to make sure that you donâ€™t think itâ€™s an advertorial for Sony.
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