Sony a6500 Mirrorless Camera with 18-135mm Lens with LCD, 3″, Blackwith Sony 24mm F/1.4-16 Fixed FE GM Wide-Angle Prime Lens, Black

October 4, 2018 - Comment

Product Features 24.2MP APS-C Exmore sensor with advanced processing up to Iso 51.200 Wide 425 phase detection AF points, Fast 0.05 sec. AF acquisition Compact Master wide prime Lens w/stunning wide-open resolution F1.4 max aperture provides extraordinary exposure and Depth of field More Camera Suggestions For You Now retrieving an image set. Minolta MN67Z-BK 20MP

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Product Features

  • 24.2MP APS-C Exmore sensor with advanced processing up to Iso 51.200
  • Wide 425 phase detection AF points, Fast 0.05 sec. AF acquisition
  • Compact Master wide prime Lens w/stunning wide-open resolution
  • F1.4 max aperture provides extraordinary exposure and Depth of field

Comments

Jeff Ello - PhotonArmy .com says:

A mirroless camera for a DSLR snob. In comparing to the a6300, here are the important points:In-body stabilization – this will add extra stabilization if you already have stabilized lenses, and it will provide stabilization for lenses that don’t have it already. This is important for those of us who do photography or video with vintage lenses or high quality lenses without stabilization, like the Sigma Art series.Big buffer – The a6300’s buffer isn’t small, but the camera waits to write to the card after…

I Like Stuff says:

Excellent Camera but Worth Your Money? Depends [Updates At Bottom]There will be a lot of reviews from this camera covering the technical specifications and image quality and the camera in general. This review will be primarily for people who are coming from the A6000/A6300 as I’m sure anyone dishing this kind of money for a camera are familiar enough with this camera or are looking at an upgrade from the aforementioned cameras.I am a novice/amateur photographer and I have only been attempting photography for just over a…

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