Hello and welcome to the review. Today I will be talking a litte about one of the lenses in Sony's affordable array that I have most ambivalent feelings about - the mighty 70-200 F4 zoom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dNNhKZTAIM Let's start with built quality - it is superb. The lens is all metal with a metal detatchable tripod …
a new addition to my 'Berlin' gallery. click on an image to see more.
As an ongoing effort to reorganise my images, I've created a gallery with some images I made around Nuremberg and Bamberg. Clicking on sample images will take you to my Smugmug website. Enjoy!
In this post I will not get into looking at photos and how they compare, I handled this subject in my previous posts. Here I am going to present an overall comparison with mostly subjective opinions about the two systems as a whole and the philosophy behind them.
In this last comparison of the two systems I will be focusing on 35mm primes and how the two cameras perform with them.
In this post I will try to show you what the differences between the small Fujifilm X sitsters is. At this point the 2 lower price offerings with the X-Trans III sensor are the Fujifilm X-T20 and Fujifilm X-E3. Both of them cost below €1.000 for a body, making it more or less half the price of the X-Pro2 or the X-T2.
This time we will be looking at how Fuji and Sony cameras perform with their standard zooms. I our comparison we will be using mid-tier cameras (Fujifilm X-T20 and Sony A7II) with their respective mid-tier zooms, the full names of which are Fujinon XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS and Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70 mm …